• Posts Tagged ‘Copenhagen’

    Copenhagen

    by  • April 15, 2015 • City Breaks, Copenhagen

    Colourful gabled houses, narrow cobbled streets, fabulous architecture, quayside cafes and bars and a historical amusement park right in the heart of the city, it is easy to see why Copenhagen is frequently rated one of the best places to live. We are not saying you should sell up and move to Denmark but...

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    Scandinavian City Breaks

    by  • June 17, 2014 • Copenhagen, Oslo, Scandinavia, Stockholm

    Scandinavian City Breaks from just £199pp COPENHAGEN Colourful gabled houses, narrow cobbled streets, fabulous architecture, quayside cafes and bars and a historical amusement park right in the heart of the city, it is easy to see why Copenhagen is frequently rated one of the best places to live. From £199pp  
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    Beyond Copenhagen – the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

    by  • August 23, 2013 • Art, City Breaks, Copenhagen, Culture Breaks, Exhibitions • 0 Comments

    Situated in the small town of Humlebæk in North Zealand and offering a rather special panoramic view over the Øresund, Denmark’s Louisiana Museum of Modern Art nestles just a 35-minute train ride outside of Copenhagen and is well worth a visit on any short break to the city, whether you’re a particular fan of...

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    The Weird and Wonderful Architecture of Europe

    by  • July 15, 2013 • Architecture, Brussels, City Breaks, Copenhagen, Nice, Prague, Reykjavik • 0 Comments

    A short while ago, we took a look at some of Europe’s most famous examples of modernist architecture, from Gehry’s iconic Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao to the colourful pipes adorning the exterior of Paris’ Centre Pompidou. And yet, our research threw up so many striking, original and simply fabulous pieces of architectural genius, we...

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    The Vikings return

    by  • June 25, 2013 • Berlin, City Breaks, Copenhagen, Culture Breaks, Exhibitions, London • 0 Comments

    Officially unveiled by Queen Margrethe of Denmark last week, Copenhagen’s National Museum has just launched a rather spectacular exhibition entitled ‘Viking’, presenting a modern-day representation of the Viking age and their love of adventure, savagery and desire to conquer. The exhibition comprises four central themes – international contacts, power and aristocracy, war and warriors...

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