Denmark Travel Guide
Behind a windowless, black tile facade adorned only with the bar's name in white tile, patrons of Rust discover three floors of bars, a dance floor where DJs spin four nights a week, and a stage for live concerts by up-and-coming alternative acts.
The resort-influenced collection—all flirty caftan dresses in bold prints, diaphanous silk shirts, and wide-leg trousers—brings to mind Bianca Jagger circa 1972.
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.
At this no-frills bar, the mixologist is as big a draw as the cocktails themselves. Gromit Eduardson, formerly of the Hotel Skt.
Find skinny jeans by Scandinavian designers such as Filippa K and Acne Jeans.
Stretching to the west of central Copenhagen's picturesque cobblestones and church steeples, Vesterbro's 19th-century apartment blocks and storefronts have never lacked for color.
Denmark’s premier interior design store, this family-owned shop was created by Jørn Utzon, the man behind the design of the Sydney Opera House. A sort of upscale IKEA, the store houses national and international designer pieces from the likes of Vernor Panton and Charles and Ray Eames.
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 international musicians.
A unique enterprise founded with the intention of encouraging business development and networking, LYNfabrikken has established a number of ventures in Aarhus.
Copenhagen celebrates Jul (as in "yuletide") with a Christmas crafts market and surfeit of light-bedecked Christmas trees in the city's famed historic amusement park, Tivoli Gardens.