The beautiful land of Copenhagen is lined with colorful houses, sprinkled with bicycling locals, bursting with phenomenal food, and home to the best ice cream on the planet. It’s a metropolis designed for meandering on foot, bike, or boat. Every street offers a view of impeccably streamlined design, smiling faces, and dozens upon dozens of beautifully curated shops, cutting-edge museums, and delicious gastropubs.
As you know, we have a great affinity for everything “Dansk.” From home and office design to work-life balance, the Danes have achieved a quality and vibrancy of life that is often missing in America.
We really can’t convey in words the magic of this laid-back city of heavenly design, but we can share how we’d spend three days in one of our favorite European cities. Read on for a full-proof Danish itinerary you’re going to want to book!
Nikon FM10 35mm SLR Camera ($499)
Lo & Sons Claremont Leather Camera Bag ($300)
Ballard Designs Classic Beach Folding Chair ($229)
Gus Modern Portage Extension Table ($1250)
Bialetti Moka Express Stovetop Espresso Coffee Maker ($40)
Moleskine Classic Notebook ($17)
Clarins Sunscreen for Face Wrinkle Control Cream SPF 50 ($34)
Cyan Design Ceramic Small Hosta Planter in Green Glaze ($30)
Daltile Rittenhouse Arctic White Tile ($3 sq/ft)
Crate and Barrel Direction 17 oz. Pilsner Beer Glass ($10)
Etsy Hammersley Teacup and Saucer ($28)
Calder and Abstraction: From Avant-Garde to Iconic by Stephanie Barron ($42)
Biscuit Cornflower Blue Herringbone Throw ($48)
Etsy Vintage Black Leather Mid Century Modern Chairs ($800)
Have you traveled to Copenhagen before? Share your favorite hangouts and must-sees in the comments below!