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  • Copenhagen Jazzhouse

    Something of a hybrid between a club and a concert hall, Copenhagen Jazzhouse is the city's premier place for serious jazz  by Danish and internati... More
  • Copenhagen Opera House

    Standing on the edge of the harbor is the Henning Larsen-designed opera house—a soaring glass-and-steel response to the classical and surpassingly ... More
  • Custom House Bar & Grill

    The most ambitious development on the waterfront is Terence Conran's new three-restaurant complex. You can stop here for Italian (Bacino), Japanese... More
  • Danish Design Centre

    The airy five-story building is both exhibition hall and modern design research center. It showcases 20thcentury icons—everything from Ludwig Mies ... More
  • Den Gamle By

    Cars are nowhere to be found in Den Gamle By (The Old Town). This Aarhus tourist attraction is actually an open-air museum comprised of 75 historic... More
  • Designer Zoo

    A handful of the best new Scandinavian ceramicists—including Ditte Fischer and Anne Black—have pieces at Designer Zoo, a workshop-gallery that also... More
  • Designers Remix Collection

    Made its name with tailored dresses, trench coats, and a great selection of bags. More
  • Donn Ya Doll

    Sells pastel dresses from the romantic Danish atelier Bruuns Bazaar. More
  • Fælledparken

    The public green space is next to the National Stadium and perfect for biking on a sunny day. More
  • Fisketorvet Byens Shopping Center

    The Fisketorvet Shopping Center is the first of its kind in the city. Housed in the former location of the Copenhagen fish market, the four-story s... More
  • Frøsiloen

    Officially named the Gemini Residence but more commonly referred to as the Frøsiloen, this structure is composed of 84 luxury apartments housed ins... More
  • Georg Jensen

    Located on the Stroget (High Street) of Aarhus, Denmark's second-largest city, Geog Jensen Damask is the Danish luxury brand's primary outlet for l... More
  • Hay

    Quirky items (a minimalist bird feeder or a mounted plywood moose head), plus some of the most cutting-edge furniture around. Created by the edito... More
  • Karamelleríet

    Admire candies being made with old-fashioned equipment. Former pop icon Charlotte Vigel (a.k.a. Tiggy) and friend Tina Ipsen opened Karamelleríet, ... More
  • K-Bar

    Owner Kirsten Holm mixes a daring array of martinis, from the Frangelico and amaretto⤓filled Nuttitini to truffle-infused vodka, while chatting u... More

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