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    Aarhus Ascending

    • 2 Hotels
    • 3 Restaurants
    • 8 Activities

    Long known as Denmark's "second city," Aarhus now boasts dining and nightlife on par with Copenhagen's. More

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    Copenhagen's Colorful Vesterbro Neighborhood

    • 2 Hotels
    • 5 Restaurants
    • 6 Activities

    Vesterbro has retained undertones of its previous lives: Istedgade is still dotted with halal markets and denlike student bars; and at Ricco’s, a doorway-wide coffeehouse, you might sip your faultl... More

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    Experiencing Denmark's Extremes

    • 4 Hotels
    • 4 Restaurants
    • 2 Activities

    No nation on earth is more sensible, reasonable, healthy, tidy, virtuous, nice. The Danes were the first to prohibit slave trading, the first to make school compulsory and free, early pioneers in s... More

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    Style and Biking in Copenhagen

    • 1 Hotel
    • 2 Restaurants
    • 15 Activities

    In Denmark’s environmentally minded capital, the bicycle is king. A system of free rentals and dedicated lanes has more than a third of Copenhagen’s residents commuting daily on two wheels—all part... More

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    Urban Renewal Route Through Copenhagen

    • 2 Hotels
    • 1 Restaurant
    • 6 Activities

    This is famously a pedestrian- and bike-friendly city—a model for many others—and its recent reclamation of the harbor area signals a new phase for what may be the ultimate 21st-century metropolis. More

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