Copenhagen – The nordic capital
The charming city where you will find everything Cozy, Calm and Compelling.
If Copenhagen were a person, that person would be generous, beautiful, elderly but with a flair. A human being filled with love and warmth, however still with a bit of edge. This caring person would have a lively imagination, with appetite for the new and respect for the old. The appreciation for even the tiniest pleasures of life is great, and so is the compassion.
The heart of the city
It is hard not to spend several hours walking around the narrow streets of Copenhagen, not even when you live there. A small capital, however, still with so much to offer. Copenhagen is a pocket-sized fairy tale with a constant buzzing of inspiring energy. The city is spacious enough to include everyone but small enough to bicycle from one end to another in twenty minutes. The majority of the sights are within walking distance, which makes it possible to experience the full potential of Copenhagen in just a few days. The city offers everything from beautiful architecture and historical buildings to authentic Danish cafés, sunny parks, and harbor sides. A lifestyle based on tradition, history, and an innovative culture is creating a unique blend of harmonies, that will make you fall in love with Copenhagen within a heartbeat.
Højbro with a view of Christiansborg
Majestic of culture
With a long and proud history, Copenhagen is home to one of the world’s oldest monarchies and your inner Monarch will with no doubt be awakened when you experience the impressive castles and palaces. Surrounded by water these buildings look even more marvelous, which definitely makes them worth a visit. Amalienborg is the current residence of the Danish monarch and one of the finest pieces of Rococo architecture in Denmark. This place is truly compelling with a unique location alongside the equally impressive Marble Church. In the very center of Copenhagen, you will find Rundetårn, the oldest functioning observatory in Europe from the 17th century.
The famous Danish writer H.C. Andersen used to visit the library in the tower, where he found inspiration for his work. The tower was built in an era of accurate and comprehensive astronomical observations and is today open for visitors who wish to follow H.C. Andersen footsteps and experience the tower from the in- and outside, as well as from the top.
Marble Church in Copenhagen
Flair for fashion
Even though Copenhagen is built upon of old history and heritage, the city is not old of soul. While you feel the true nature of Copenhagen’s vibrant city life, the streets and the atmosphere will fill you with good energy. Denmark is known for its good quality of handcrafted design and its clean Nordic appearance. Also, the clothing is beautifully made, and in Copenhagen, you will have plenty of opportunities to shop till you drop.
Strøget is the main shopping artery of Copenhagen, where both local and international flagship stores are to find. If you want to bring home something original, flea markets are the right place to go. During summer, many streets are filled with clothing, furniture and coziness, but if you, on the other hand, is more into high-end brands then Copenhagen Fashion Week in August, might have what you are looking for. Copenhagen has so much to offer, where the charm and progressive beat of the truly cosmopolitan city will be forever memorable.