Things to do in Denmark
Make your nightcap a Red Rum (currants muddled with sloe gin then given a shake with Bacardi 8 Year Old) in the gorgeous space that preserves many of its original 18th-century details.
The place to see and be seen in Aarhus, Train is the city's largest nightclub, with a capacity up to 1,500 people. This warehouse-turned-nightspot has three tiers, each with distinct music and atmosphere.
The public green space is next to the National Stadium and perfect for biking on a sunny day.
Spend an hour at this museum for a highly informative tour of the city’s thousand-year history.
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 shopping mall overlooks the water and offers shoppers stunning views.
Owner Kirsten Holm mixes a daring array of martinis, from the Frangelico and amarettoâ¤“filled Nuttitini to truffle-infused vodka, while chatting up the crowds in her convivial little bar, set on a cobblestoned street in the city center.