Where to eat in Denmark’s Aarhus region: 2 great restaurants

You may have noticed I don't often write about food here on Sophie's World. That's for good reason. I'm rather picky - there's lots I don't care for (most meats, for example - and most Norwegian Christmas staples, adored by just about everyone else). Furthermore, I [...]

2018-09-19T08:16:02+00:0016 September 2018|Denmark, Food and drink|

The Norwegian who went up a hill and came down a… hill

You will excuse the somewhat flippant title of this post, won't you, Denmark? The slogan 'It's lovely to be Norwegian in Denmark' has been around for nearly 30 years. And there's no doubt about it: it is indeed lovely. But you don't really do mountains, [...]

2018-09-18T13:23:35+00:0012 September 2018|Denmark, Hikes and walks|

Christiansfeld: history and honey cakes

One of the latest sites to be added to UNESCOs World Heritage list is Christiansfeld, a Moravian Christian settlement on the Jutland peninsula in Denmark. Seeing as it's just down the street (more or less), I decide to make a day of it. An hour [...]

Day out Copenhagen: Medieval Lund

How about a pleasant day trip from Copenhagen which involves crossing an international border on a famous bridge? I’m in Lund for the day, a city I’ve been meaning to visit for quite some time. With me, I have my iPhone, wallet and sunglasses. That's all. Travelling [...]

2015-12-25T15:37:02+00:0022 July 2015|Borders, Daytrip, Denmark, Sweden|

Andersen Hotel: Chic and urban in Copenhagen

I had certain reservations when I heard Andersen Hotel was located on the corner of Helgolandsgade and Istedgade. I've been in Copenhagen a million times, but rarely in this part of town. In fact, last time I was here, I was one of a group of curious [...]

2017-12-05T15:55:46+00:0025 September 2014|Denmark, hotels & lodgings|
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