Synopses & Reviews
What Will Your Copenhagen Encounter Be?
...taking a late-night trip to Tivoli for fireworks and fine views
...getting hygge (cozy) with the locals at a candlelit outdoor cafe
...being dazzled by the crown jewels at fairytale royal palace Rosenborg Slot
...savoring Faroese Langoustines in an emulsion of oysters at Michelin-starred Noma
...admiring picture-postcard streets on a canal tour of colorful Nyhavn
...basking in the Scandinavian sunshine on the beach at Amager Strand
Discover Twice the City in Half the Time...
...full-color pull-out map and detailed neighborhood maps for easy navigation
...our expert author recommends the very best sights, restaurants, shops and entertainment
...unique 'Snapshots' help you get under the skin of the city
...locals divulge Copenhagen's secrets: a well-known singer reveals the best spot for live jazz and a top jeweler tell us where to shop for bling
Unique snapshots help visitors get under the skin of a remarkable city. This visually superior, full-color guide contains extensive coverage of Copenhagen's coolest hangouts and thriving food scene. It's also packed with insider tips for short-stay travelers.
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