DETAILS
GETTING THERE

Multiple airlines, including United and Lufthansa, offer one-stop flights from Washington Dulles to Copenhagen.

WHERE TO STAY

Airbnb

www.airbnb.com

Hotels in Copenhagen can be expensive. Airbnb offers hundreds of places to stay for a fraction of the price. We rented a lovely, light-filled loft, with a full kitchen, in the Christianshavn neighborhood for about $158 a night, fees included.

Best Western Hotel City

Peder Skrams Gade 24

011-45-3313-0666

Centrally located near some of Copenhagen’s finest restaurants, not to mention the Nyhavn entertainment district. Two twin beds start at around $245.

WHERE TO EAT

Amass

Refshalevej 153

011-45-4358-4330

www.amassrestaurant.com

Housed in an industrial space that recalls Copenhagen’s rich shipping history. A six-course tasting menu starts around $105.

Bror

Skt. Peders Straede 24A

011-45-3217-5999

www.restaurantbror.dk

Innovative restaurant in Copenhagen’s Latin Quarter offering an ever-changing menu heavy on clever offal preparations. A four-course menu starts around $68, with supplemental courses and snacks from $7 to $14 each.

G eist

Kongens Nytorv 8

011-45-3313-3713

restaurantgeist.dk

Chef Bo Bech departs from many high-end restaurants by allowing diners to order a la carte at his moody establishment near a popular public square. Dishes range from $12 for a mushroom soup to $36 for lobster with pineapple and vanilla.

Torvehallerne

Frederiksborggade 21

info@torvehallernekbh.dk

torvehallernekbh.dk

More than 60 vendors can be found here, selling items including Danish pastries, duck confit sandwiches and pour-overs from the Coffee Collective, one of the world’s top roasters.

Dine With the Danes

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Private service pairs visitors with a Danish family for a home-cooked meal and an evening of cultural exchange. About $77 per person. E-mail dinewiththedanes@msn.com at least two weeks in advance for a reservation.

INFORMATION

www.visitcopenhagen.com.

T.C.