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  • Kasper Riewe Henriksen: Undercover Copenhagen

    Kasper Riewe Henriksen set out on his own, opening Duck and Cover, after working at Copenhagen’s highly regarded cocktail institutions.

    • Jul 2018
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  • Islands Brygge



    If you don’t like the sand at the beach, you can still enjoy swimming in the inner harbor with the city’s skyline in view.

  • The Lakes

    The Lakes are a row of three rectangular lakes near City Centre and one of the city’s most distinctive features. Grab a cup of coffee and walk around the lakes with all the locals… Copenhagen in a nutshell!

  • Amalienborg (Amalienborg Slot)



    Denmark has one of the most oldest monarchies in the world and the changing of the guards at this Palace is always fun to watch.

  • Finn Juhls Hus


    Historic Site

    If you’re a fan of furniture design, tour the home of “Danish modern” furniture designer and architect, Finn Juhl. One of his famous pieces is the FJ45 chair.

  • Louisiana Museum of Modern Art


    Art Museum

    Raining? Don’t worry. Visit the museum and treat yourself with amazing exhibitions and stunning architecture. Enjoy live music on select Fridays.

  • Christiania



    This freetown is always worth a visit. Just go and soak up the vibe! Make sure to check out the northern part and see more than just the famous Pusher Street.

  • Amager Strandpark



    As one of the world’s best beaches, it's located 15 minutes by metro from City Centre. The perfect spot to swim, play volleyball, or hear a concert.

  • BRUS



    This brewery offers a changing selection of craft beers and cocktails brewed on location. Complement your beer with a sandwich or burger. Meat/veggie friendly.

  • Netto-Bådene


    Harbor / Marina

    One of the best ways to see the city is on a boat! The tour takes about an hour and is the same as competitors' at a wallet-friendly price.

  • La Banchina



    This small wine and dine place is off the beaten path, right on the water. Buy a bottle of wine, go for a swim, dine on some food, and then start all over.

  • Amass



    If you want to experience awesome food, head to Amass. The dishes are artfully plated and the menu is focused on local ingredients and minimizing waste.

  • Rødder & Vin


    Food & Drink

    A popular hang out spot for restaurateurs, this cozy wine shop features natural wines. Staff will guide you through the wines and, if lucky, offer a sample.

  • Restaurant Palægade



    Stop by for lunch to experience Danish smorrebrod at its best. There are over 40 varieties and knowledgeable waiters to help guide your selection.

  • Ruby



    An institution in the Copenhagen cocktail scene, Ruby strives to serve the best possible cocktails. Try the cold (c)offashioned, a take on an old fashioned.

  • Gensyn Bar



    This cozy neighborhood bar has over 100 whiskeys, beers from small Danish producers, and lovely cocktail. Definitely order a beer with a whiskey pairing.

Kasper Riewe Henriksen

Kasper Riewe Henriksen