Denmark Travel Guide

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.

A legendary department store and one-stop shop for design, where even the housewares section is stocked with illustrious names such as Arne Jacobsen and Georg Jensen. For a perfect souvenir, pick up a pair of orbiting cognac glasses with rounded bottoms.

The airy five-story building is both exhibition hall and modern design research center.

Admire candies being made with old-fashioned equipment. Former pop icon Charlotte Vigel (a.k.a. Tiggy) and friend Tina Ipsen opened Karamelleríet, where they produce hard and soft caramels in many flavors (licorice, mint, cinnamon) in an old-fashioned copper pot.