red|guide Tipps: Copenhagen
EAT in Copenhagen: Restaurationen
The reason why the cook here loves to come to the tables of his guests here to find out personally if they're satisfied is clear-who wouldn't want to be praised for such fine food? The set meals are always fine, and change weekly. They are also chosen depending on the season. Onion tart, salmon tartare, crayfish, artichokes, lamb medaillons and wondeful Danish desserts are all on offer. For afters, cheese doesn't only fill your stomach, but is a challenge of a different sort, because you're spoilt for choice. The cheese cart is filled with 50 different types of cheese!
SHOP in Copenhagen: Illums Bolighus
You'll soon realise with a visit to Illums Bolighus why the north of Europe is well known for its tasteful design. Of particular interest are the pieces designed by the Danish greats Georg Jensen, Arne Jacobsen and Louis Poulsen. In additon, there are also international creations to marvel at and purchase, for example from Vitra Design and Alessi. Whether you need furniture, lighting or kitchen utensils; everything here is provided in style and is beautifully gift-wrapped.
STAY in Copenhagen: Hotel Kopenhagen
Style in Denmark isn't a question of price. Rather, it's a basic requirement. So don't just ignore Hotel Kopenhagen because it only has two stars. The rooms are simple, but tastefully furnished. The staff are great and the distance to the city centre is reasonable. This is the perfect accomadation for those who like to save money for shopping. One night in a double room is available from approximately ?80.
SEE in Copenhagen: Tivolired|guide Copenhagen
If you're in Copenhagen, you must go to Tivoli. It might sound brutal, but it's the truth. In actual fact, it's not only tourists that stroll around here in the colourful heart of Copenhagen; the locals also love it here. It's a pre-requisite though that you like like amusement parks, snack bars and hi-tech tests of courage before you come here! Other than that, Tivoli has plenty of great restaurants and cultural events. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, firework displays mix with the countless lightbulbs on the grounds for a spectacular sight.