“Orange is the new green, as the air gets crisper and the days shorten. Autumn (or fall) days in Copenhagen are a little less crowded and a peak season for “hygge”. Expect a mix of beautiful, sunny days – even some late summery ones calling for long walks outside, and the occasional wet or windy ones calling for indoor activities. Either way, this guide got you covered.“
“Mystery Makers is an award-winning event company taking the idea of “walking tours”, teambuilding, and entertainment to a more riddle-filled direction. Are you up for the challenge? Mystery Makers is not only the Scandinavian first-mover in terms of code-cracking Mystery Rooms, but also take intriguing mysteries to several historical locations in Copenhagen and Elsingor, in the hopes that our guests may unlock the secrets and mysteries of Danish history.”
“When you picture someone knitting, I’ll bet that your first thought is an old lady sat absent mindedly in her armchair with a cup of tea, maybe a cat or two. Terrible cliché, I know, but I’ll bet for a bunch of you reading this that’s just what you pictured! Am I right? Well what if I were to tell you that the history of knitting is pretty much the complete opposite? The current-day idea of knitting being a female-focussed craft are actually a pretty modern development, mostly thanks to the changing roles of women throughout the two world wars. In fact, knitting was once thought of as an exclusive gentleman’s occupation, involving rigorous testing and scrutinisation, with cut-throat competition and cold business running through its core. Pretty different to that old lady you pictured, hey?!”
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The Hubertus Hunt has been held almost every single year since 1900 in Jægersborg Deer Park as a traditional recreation of the par force hunt. Although it was once a real hunt, these days it is more of a demonstration race and the horses are the only animals involved.”
Strøget: the main shopping street in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Strøget is Copenhagen’s main shopping street and one of Europe’s longest pedestrian streets with a wealth of shops, from budget-friendly chains to some of the world’s most expensive brands.
Big international brands like Hermes, Prada, Max Mara, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Mulberry are represented at the end of the street facing up to Kongens Nytorv. If your budget is a little tighter, you will find shops like H&M, Vero Moda and Zara closer to City Hall Square. Strøget is more than shopping, however. Look up and down the side streets during your shopping spree, and you will see several of Copenhagen’s beautiful sights and attractions as well as street entertainers.
The 1,1-kilometre stretch covers the streets Frederiksberggade, Nygade, Vimmelskaftet, and Østergade and runs from City Hall Square to Kongens Nytorv square.