The Snoooze Guide to a Weekend in Copenhagen
With the weather warming up, now is a great time to head to Copenhagen, as the city starts to spill onto it's streets and into its parks. With much of Copenhagen's hotspots located around the city, it's definitely worth renting a bike to get yourself around, as it's also a great way to see this beautiful Nordic capital. Over the past month we've been reviewing the best places to Eat, Stay, Shop and See on Instagram. Below you'll find an eclectic mix of local hideaways and the cities must do's to spend the perfect Weekend in Copenhagen.
Where to Stay
Set in a heritage listed 1780's building peppered with maritime influences off Copenhagen's waterfront.
A collection of sustainable leading hotels with Scandinavia-meets-Balinese interiors.
Named the best new hotel in Europe, Hotel Saunders is beautifully designed and feels like a home away from home.
What to Do
Copenhagen's hippie neighbourhood is an eclectic mix of workshops, art galleries, music venues and organic eateries. With around 1,000 people living in Christiania, many of them have built their homes themselves.
A buzzing food hall in Copenhagen City Centre with beautiful food stands serving up local delicacies from fresh fish, bakeries and butchers to seasonal produce, bars and cafes.
Discover Copenhagen from the water and with a picnic! The sustainable boats are solar powered and can be hired and driven around the city's infamous canals.
Head to reffen - an urban playground for co-creation, innovation, food and creativity - the largest street food market in the Nordics! sit on the waterfront and grab yourself a drink whilst watching the sunset.
Where to Eat
Grab yourself a table at Aamanns 1921 and enjoy a traditional Danish smørrebrød lunch.
If you can't get into Noma, try it's little sister and it's michelin star menu.
For the best brunch in Copenhagen head to the beautiful Aetelier September, serving up mostly open rye sandwiches and delicious coffee.
For a unbeatable dinner of contemporary Nordic food & organic wine.
Where to Shop
Travelling frequently around the globe, Danish designers, Ditte Reckweg and Jelena Schou Nordentoft handpick products from Japanese teapots, one of a kind Tusacan vases, quirky Californian prints and Danish handwoven textiles.
Taking great pride in celebrating the heritage of Danish and international design they provide an aesthetically pleasing range of homeware, lifestyle, fashion and beauty.
Fashion label behind duo Rilke Baumgarten & Helle Hestehave.
Danish jewellery brand with a love for colourful and unique gemstones. This specific design was a collaboration with fashion influencer Sophia Roe to compliment her minimalistic style.
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