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As Copenhagen Airport is less than half an hour from the city center, it makes it an easily accessible city if you have a few hours to kill on a stopover. Whether it’s top-class food or leading design you’re after, you’ll find it in the Danish capital.

Photo: Møller Kaffe & Køkken

Breakfast all day long

Start the day with a visit to Møller Kaffe & Køkken where you can order breakfast all day. Møller Kaffe & Køkken is about honest food with high-quality, seasonal ingredients from local and organic producers. On the menu you’ll find everything from homemade sausages to fresh burrata to freshly baked sourdough bread. The atmosphere is welcoming and it’s a perfect place to just chill.

Møller Kaffe & Køkken

Nørrebrogade 160, Copenhagen

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For design lovers

Illums Bolighus is the center in Scandinavia for Danish and international design. The store has everything from furniture, lamps, and kitchen and bathroom products to porcelain, silver and glass. A browse through this temple of modern design will provide imaginative gift ideas for those at home. You’ll get the very best of Danish design.

Illums Bolighus

Amagertorv 10, Copenhagen

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Photo: Kronborg

Denmark’s national dish

When it comes to Denmark, there’s not much as iconic as the smørrebrød. There are many variations to choose from and it’s perfect for lunch. At Restaurant Kronborg you can eat classic smørrebrød made from the sweason’s best ingredients in a cozy, ­atmospheric basement. The restaurant is located just a few meters from the main shopping street, Strøget.


Brolæggerstræde 12, Copenhagen

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Explore the surroundings

Just a 15-minute bike ride away from ­Copenhagen city center lies Refshaleøen. It’s an old industrial area, once home to one of the world’s largest shipyards. Now, the ­Refs­haleøen peninsula houses cozy restaurants, cool bars, creative office spaces, ­activity centers and music festivals.


Photo: Høst

A nordic treat

Your time in the Danish capital will certainly be an experience for the taste buds. For a Nordic touch, the restaurant Høst is a good choice. Here, Nordic ingredients and seasonal vegetables set the agenda. Among other things, you can enjoy lobster, beef or Danish cheese made on the coast of the North Sea. The rooms are decorated in a sparse but stylish style, with recycled wood, granite and concrete, while plaid and lambskin on chairs make the atmosphere cozy.


Nørre Farimagsgade 41, Copenhagen

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Time for cocktails

From chic cocktail bars to more casual pubs, Copenhagen has it all if you want to try the nightlife. At Ruby you’ll find some of the best cocktails. Despite its elegant location and exclusive interior design, Ruby has a relaxed and homey atmosphere.


Nybrogade 10, Copenhagen

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