Denmark

Land of friendly, blonde, beautiful people, beer and Lego, what’s not to love? Our Danish adventures have taken us by train and car from Copenhagen to the tip of Jutland, the mainland portion of this Scandinavian gateway. Along the way we experienced barren beaches, country weddings, jazz festivals and more than our fair share of smorrebrod. As time goes by, we’ll be adding more content from our magical time there.

Going back 500 years at the Old Town Museum, Aarhus

Aarhus’ Old Town Museum is Denmark’s largest and most impressive open-air museum, with over 75 buildings dating back to the 1550s. It’s like stepping back into a Danish renaissance The collection brings together old barns and half-timbered mansions, bakeries to breweries from 20 different towns, brought to life with period furnishings and actors in...

Kodbyens Fiskebar, Copenhagen

If you’re looking for excellent seafood in a relaxed space, Michelin-recommended Kodbyens Fiskebar should be at the top of your list. Good fish n chips can be hard to find anywhere outside of Australia or the UK. The classic budget staple and stomach liner for nights out is usually only on menus in Irish bars. Luckily we were spending the evening with subscribers to...

Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, Denmark

Frederiksberg is a leafy suburb with wide open green space and its own palace.   Frederiksberg is one of Copenhagen’s more opulent suburban enclaves. Stylish boutiques and hip cafes populate the main street, whilst modern street art adorns the walls of narrow lanes and back alleys. For the foraging music fanatic, Sound Station offers three rooms crammed from...