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Field’s

Field’s (E20 Frakørsel, Exit 19, Arne Jacobsen Alle 12, Ørestad, Copenhagen) – this is the largest shopping mall not just in Denmark, but anywhere in Scandinavia. Over 140 retail stores are located here (carrying apparel, shoes, accessories, and other items), such as Adidas, Aldo, Ecco, Foot Locker, H&M, Nike, Superdry, Toys R’ Us, and Zara. […]

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Den Røde Cottage

Den Røde Cottage (Strandvejen 550, Copenhagen) – this restaurant, which received a Michelin star in 2013, offers fine meals by the water in a scenic setting. Diners are given the option of 3 to 8-course meals (reputedly at reasonable prices, given its Michelin standing). Dishes served here include dried Danish ham, forest mushrooms and elderberry; […]

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Aquadome

Aquadome (Ellehammers Allé 3, Billund) – within Lalandia Billund (the same town where Legoland is located), this is Scandinavia’s largest Aquadome. Visitors can enjoy the tropical climate in the huge Aquadome with water activities in all kinds and lots of fun for young and old. Revel in the speed and excitement of the Tornado and […]

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Bakken KBH

Bakken KBH (Flaesketorvet 19, Copenhagen) – the one thing that Copenhagen and New York have in common is that they both have a lively club-friendly area called the “Meatpacking District”. Copenhagen’s version of that neighborhood has, among other venues, “Bakken KBH”. That nightspot, which caters to the local 20-something college crowd, has “Brandy Thursdays” events […]

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Amalienborg Palace

Amalienborg Palace (Danish Royal Palace) (Amalienborg, Copenhagen) – this is the main residence of the Queen of Denmark. Amalienborg is made up of four identical rococo style buildings – The Christian VII’s Palace is also known as Moltke’s Palace, The Christian VIII’s Palace is also known as Levetzau’s Palace, The Frederik VIII’s Palace is also […]

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About Denmark

The Kingdom of Denmark, consisting of mainland Denmark, the Faroe Islands, and Greenland, is best remembered by historians for its status as the one-time home of Scandinavia’s Vikings (going as far back as the 8th century AD). The word ‘Denmark’ dates back to the Viking age and is carved on the famous Jelling Stone from […]

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Vilaflor

With exceptional natural values, it is the municipality of greatest altitude in Tenerife and in Spain. The dwellers enjoy the abundant waters of exquisite quality that cascade down from the summits. There are several streams that spring from the neighbouring high sierras, these waters unfortunately cannot be well taken advantage of due to the sharp […]

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La Laguna

The present day San Cristóbal de La Laguna is a budding municipality, notable for its university and academic projection. The intimacy of its plazas, the palm trees bordering its walks, the lagoon plains, the cold climate and the bustling heat of the student environment are characteristic.The active working population is employed mostly in the services […]

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La Orotava

This is the municipality with the largest surface area on the Island, since it is home to most of the Teide National Park, considered a unique natural space in Spain, opening into the sea, through the valley of the same name. The main economic activity is agriculture, employing a fifth of the active population, with […]

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Las America’s

Playa de Las Americas Beach is a tourist Mecca built at the end of the 1960’s. It is adjacent to Los Christianos and the Adeje Coast locally know as Costa Adeje. Virtually free from the Canarian culture, it is a place where many people from northern Europe frequent throughout the year (higher in winter) due […]