A thousand years of Danish history awaits you in Copenhagen. Every generation of the world’s oldest monarchy have walked these old streets. The same cobble-stoned alleys and canals have inspired artists for centuries. It has additionally been the home and workplace to meticulous craftsmen and famous designers.



Nørgaard paa Strøget // Boutique on the main shopping street in Copenhagen: Strøget. Located here since 1970, this place is regarded by many as the epitome of Danish design. In addition to Nørgaard’s own classic design, the store carries a fine selection of well-known designers, including Dries van Noten and MiuMiu
&pagne // Situated very centrally, just around the corner from Strøget in Hyskenstræde 7.  In &pagne you will find clothes from both Danish and international designers, such as See by Chloé, McQ, Day Birger et Mikkelsen, Utzon and many more.
Pede&Stoffer //Also around the corner from  Strøget is Pede & Stoffer, specifically on Klosterstræde 15. On this street, you will find two stores with identical names, one for men, and one for women. A perfect mix of high-end Danish and foreign brands.
Kaiku //At Kompagnistræde 8, you will find Kaiku. With a mix of Danish fashion, super cool home accessories, jewellery and much more.


Wood Wood // The cutting edge brand presents streetwear, as well as stunning formal clothing. They also have fun jewellery, and an amazing selection of sneakers
Henrik Vibskov // Danish designer Henrik Vibskov’s brand is known for its originality, colourful prints and atypical sillouettes, colours and details.
Time’s Up // Vintage shop Time’s Up is a favourite among Denmark’s fashion-conscious youth. You can find one-of-a-kind earrings, fur items, designer dresses, shoes, etc. Everything with a glamorous touch.
PRAG // Second hand shop on Vesterbrogade stock full of amazing dresses, fur coats, leather bags, accessories, shoes and everything your heart desires.


Illums Bolighus // This high end furniture store first opened in 1925, and is definitely worth a visit. The four-story house is packed with the best Scandinavian design, and apart from furniture you will also find plates, glasses, cups, bowls, clothes and much more.
HAY // HAY CPH is a shop filled with modern, innovative furniture and quirky knick-knack, as well as beautiful masks and pictures. In addition, there are also beautiful pillow cases and wool blankets for your soon-to-be Scandinavian styled home.
Normann Copenhagen // Located in East Copenhagen, Østerbro. Here you find traditional as well as more unconventional items. Beautifully designed chairs and lamps, as well as colourful and quirky kitchen items.


Hotel Fox // Jarmers Plads 3, 1551 København V
Hotel Kong Arthur // Nørre Søgade 11, 1370 København K
Ibsens Hotel // Vendersgade 23, 1363 København K
Hotel Nimb // Bernstoffsgade 5, 1577 København K
Bertrams Hotel Guldsmeden // Vesterbrogade 107, 1620 København V
Axel Hotel Guldsmeden // Helgolandsgade 7-11, 1653 København V 
First Hotel Vesterbro  // Vesterbrogade 23-29, 1620 København V
CPH living, hotelbåd // Langebro 1c, København K


We recommend the following restaurants in the Vesterbro neighborhood – close to TAP1:

LêLê // Vietnamese food with a New Yorker twist.
Sticks’n’Sushi // Sushi served as minimalistic and outstanding delicacies
Cofoco // Beautifully decorated and deliciously served food at fair prices
Nimb Bar’n’Grill // Located in the former Nimb dairy. The menu offers various grilled delicacies from fish and seafood to steaks, which can be combined with different side-orders. Adjacent to the restaurant is a bar, where classic and modern coctails are served, as well as a wide variety of avecs, especially whiskeys
Les trois cochons //Southern France-inspired cuisine with elegant, creative dishes
Café Dyrehaven // Named after the old forest North of Copenhagen, where you will also find Bakken, the world’s oldest amusement park. The wooden interior and moose heads on the walls of the café adds character to the place. The homemade schnapps fits perfectly with the traditional Danish food served, and comes highly recommended.
Restaurant Radio // The famous chef Claus Meyer’s new restaurant of simple gourmet food at reasonable prices. The restaurant features classic Scandinavian style, and is situated in the old radio building
Riccos Kaffebar // Fun, cozy and intimate coffee shop at Vesterbro
BioMio // The biggest and most affordable of all the new restaurants in the Meat Packing District is BioMio. Enjoy the organic food in this modern café overlooking the square, Halmtorvet.
PatéPaté // This restaurant is located in the former liver pate factory, and serves Spanish-inspired bistro dishes and wine.
Mother // The Italian restaurant and pizza place is known for its fantastic pizzas, due to their choice of ingredients. There is a very special atmosphere here in the heart of the Meat Packing District.
Fiskebaren // If you fancy delicious fish dishes served at a fair price in modern and urban surroundings, you will love this place.
Kadeau // Originally from Bornholm, the fellas behind this restaurant spend all their time recreating traditional Danish food with innovative twists.