Hey you, appreciator of all things travel. Welcome! And feel free to join us, a Danish family of four, on our travels. We love nature, to feel the wind in our hair and be humbled by Mother Nature's creations. This has so far led us to Borneo, Iceland, Spain and so many other places. We also think our kids will appreciate nature and other cultures more if they are exposed to them in real life - and not just on a screen. Ohh - and not to forget: We have the insider tips on where to go and what to see in Denmark.
Follow this Prague food guide and you’ll have nothing but enjoyable food-moments in Prague. I’ll take you to three great restaurants in Prague, tell you how to spot a questionable restaurant and lead you to that amazing cocktail bar where they make the cocktails of your dreams. Oh, and…
You’re probably in a state of complete confusion right about now. Maybe you’re standing at a bus station staring at the Copenhagen zone map trying to make sense of it. Zones, colours and names are in a blur – it’s like making sense of The Matrix, you’re thinking.
You can get to Malmö from Copenhagen by four different means of transportation: train, bus, car or plane. I find that the easiest and most flexible way to get from Copenhagen to Malmö is to jump on one of the many daily trains from Copenhagen to Malmö.
One day in Copenhagen is not enough, but what can you do, if you really only have 24 hours in Copenhagen? Make the most of it of course! This guide to Copenhagen will help you figure out how to spend your one day in Copenhagen the best way possible….
Denmark is a stunning country populated by a bunch of happy people. That’s what we’re known for – happiness and “hygge” (a mystifying concept to all non-Danes). We pay about half of what we earn in income taxes so there is really enough to cry about, but we don’t….