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People & Culture
Welcome to Copenhagen! Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is situated on the eastern coast of the island of Zealand, facing the Øresund strait that separates Denmark from Sweden. This charming city is renowned for its harmonious blend of modernity and historical charm. At the heart of Copenhagen lies its picturesque old city, where cobbled streets, colorful buildings, and centuries-old architecture create a captivating atmosphere. The old city of Copenhagen exudes an undeniable beauty, with its well-preserved medieval buildings and intricate facades. Walking through its narrow streets, visitors are transported back in time, surrounded by a sense of history and culture. Iconic landmarks like the majestic Rosenborg Castle, the historic Round Tower, and the vibrant Nyhavn harbor area add to the city's allure. There is also plenty of opportunities to enjoy a cold beer, while shouting "skååååål" (cheers) to the other danes. In Copenhagen's old city, modern amenities seamlessly blend with its rich heritage, making it a must-visit destination for those seeking a glimpse into the past while enjoying the conveniences of the present.
People & Culture
Charlottenlund, Gentofte and Hellerup are known for their upscale living environments, access to nature, and proximity to Copenhagen's offerings, making them attractive places for residents and visitors looking for a combination of tranquility and convenience. Hellerup: Hellerup is an affluent suburb located just north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is known for its upscale residential areas, elegant villas, and proximity to the sea. Hellerup Strandpark, a popular beach area, offers a scenic waterfront with opportunities for picnics and relaxation. The town also features boutique shops, charming cafes, and a relaxed atmosphere that appeals to both locals and visitors. Charlottenlund: Charlottenlund is another affluent suburb located north of Copenhagen. It's characterized by its leafy streets, grand houses, and a mix of classic and modern architecture. The town is home to Charlottenlund Palace, a historical royal residence surrounded by beautiful gardens. The nearby Charlottenlund Forest offers a peaceful retreat for walking and enjoying nature. Charlottenlund also has a marina, cultural attractions, and a refined ambiance. Gentofte: Gentofte is a municipality and suburb situated to the north of Copenhagen. It's known for its green spaces, including parks and forests, making it a popular area for outdoor activities and relaxation. Gentofte Lake and Bernstorff Castle are notable landmarks in the area. The town center offers a blend of shops, restaurants, and cultural amenities, creating a balanced mix of urban convenience and natural beauty.
Nature • Adventure • Road Trip • Wine • Relaxation
Welcome to the Faroe Islands! September is a fabulous month for those yearning to explore the secluded Faroe Islands. The autumn in Faroe Islands will slowly roll in and the magical colours of the Arctic grass carpet on the mountains will start to show. In early September everything is still lush green but will softly transform to colours of yellow, orange and red as the bright evenings of summer are taken over by the darker nights of autumn. The Faroe islands are truly a magical place. Located half way between Scotland and Iceland in the Northeast Atlantic, the Faroe Islands are an archipelago of 18 mountainous islands, with a total land area of 1,399 square kilometres, a sea area of 274,000 square kilometres and a population of 50,000. The language of the Faroe Islands is Faroese. The average day temperature in September is 9° C (48° F). Snow is very unlikely. The temperature will be quit stable never getting below 5° C and above 15° C. Expect hoovering wind to blow in your face while you are out immersing yourself in the wilderness. Rain can from time to time drop almost horizontally and waterfalls along the mountains might just as well flow upward than drop down.