With a world-class food scene, design, and a culture that’s all about coziness, it’s no surprise that Copenhagen is the latest city to hit the MUST-VISIT list within the style set.
Blame the internet, but social media has undoubtedly made the Danish destination one of the trendiest spots in Western Europe. Home to the “World’s Best Restaurant” NOMA, this quaint waterside city is chock full of bike rides, healthy eats, comfy style and an affinity for cozy home designs. It’s a thriving creative capital. An aspirational city. And the newest hottest ticket on the Fashion Week circuit.
From the chic boutiques to the Michelin-starred cuisine, you’re sure to find everything you could ever want (and more!) in Copenhagen.
Built in 1903 and boasting a prime location next to Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen Central Station, City Hall Square and the internationally renowned Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek museum, the Nobis Hotel is a happy marriage between contemporary Danish design and timeless elegance.
Our personal favorite, this chic boutique hotel includes a rooftop terrace, 3 unique restaurants, a cinema, AND hosts weekly jazz nights, concerts, DJ sessions, and tastings. The beds are ultra comfy and the décor is minimalist yet sophisticated making it the perfect home away from home.
One of the most renowned Danish designers in the fashion world, Henrik Vibskov’s fashion shows are always the talk of the town. Exquisite silhouettes and bright pops of geometric color, his boutique on Krystalgade is definitely one worth checking out.
This coveted Danish brand is based in the heart of Copenhagen, so it’s a must when arriving in the city. Founded by wife-and-husband team Ditte and Nicolaj Reffstrup the pieces provide an antidote to the cool minimalism one typically associates with Scandi fashion and their Store Regnegade location does not beg to differ.
One of the most-buzzed-about haunts, the Apollo bar is Copenhagen chef Frederik Bille Brahe’s newest venture. It lies within the Kunsthal Charlottenborg gallery, and its décor, by designer Rune Bruun Johansen, is perfectly curated with special touches only a true artist would think of.
This place typically has a six month to year waitlist but is one hundred percent worth it if you find yourself in Copenhagen. This four-time winner of the title of World’s Best Restaurant has two Michelin stars and is easily one of the most famous places to enjoy haute cuisine.
The Cisterns is an integral part of The Frederiksberg Museums, acting as a venue for art exhibitions. This subterranean reservoir once supplied the drinking water for the entire Danish capital. Now, the only dripstone cave in Denmark is an exhibition space and gallery and is really something spectacular.
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