Hanging Out in Hamlet’s Hometown: A Guide to Copenhagen
Conveniently located in Copenhagen’s Latin Quarter, this new boutique hotel is walking distance to many of the city’s sites. Hotel SP34 features 118 rooms and two restaurants. Also, who doesn’t want to come back to a well-designed hotel after walking around and enjoying Copenhagen all day?
Sankt Peders Stræde 34
+45 33 13 30 00
Danish cuisine having a moment, and if you can’t decide where to eat, we suggest Geist, where you’ll find dishes like potato mash with brown stone crab and salted butter. For dessert, try the salted wasabi cream toffee, which sounds strange, but is absolutely amazing.
+45 33 13 37 13
If you want to have another taste of New Nordic cuisine, head to Höst, which has a delicious set menu that features things like Norwegian lobster and chicken foot with lobster cream, cabbage, juniper and hazelnuts.
Nørre Farimagsgade 41
+45 89 93 84 09
Denmark is known for its design, so pay a visit to Hay, which has everything from sleek Scandinavian furniture to plenty of little trinkets and things for you to bring back to your friends and family.
+45 99 42 44 00
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
This contemporary art museum may be a 45-minute train ride from Copenhagen, but trust us, it’s worth it. Not only is it in a breathtaking seaside setting, it has one of the best collections of contemporary art that includes pieces by Pablo Picasso, Lucien Freud and Alexander Calder.
Gl Strandvej 13
+45 49 19 07 19