Well I’ve moved on again. I spent the summer in Copenhagen and loved every minute of it, but my time on my visa is running out so I had to leave the Schengen Area. As my time ticked down I needed to figure out where to go next – the whole world is open to… Continue reading A change of country, a change of plans
Note that a lot of this information is now quite outdated, especially the klippekort (which no longer exist) and city bikes (which are a new system that didn't really work out). Now that we have a sense of the layout of Copenhagen and how to get here to start with, I want to get into… Continue reading Getting around Copenhagen
A lot of people come to Denmark through the Copenhagen airport (Københavns Lufthavne, airport code CPH). Whenever I arrive someplace new I always sort out how to get where I’m ultimately going, but it can be bewildering to figure out, especially if you’re jet-lagged and really don’t feel like thinking very much. So this post… Continue reading Copenhagen Airport
There are quite a few ways to get to Denmark. There are the typical airplane and train methods, as well as a ferry or two, which isn’t surprising for a country with so much shoreline. Most everyone arrives in Denmark through Copenhagen, so I’m focusing there, though it is possible to arrive through other ports… Continue reading Arriving in Denmark
Where to stay is one of the first things I think of when visiting a new city. There are a lot of things to consider. Will I be in a fun place? A safe place? If I’m going for work or an event, how easily can I access where I need to be? I’m not… Continue reading Where to stay in Copenhagen
Before I start blogging a lot about where to stay, what to do, etc., you need a little orientation to the neighborhoods of Copenhagen. There are a lot of travel guides out there which explain different aspects of the various areas of the city, but I like to have a clear map of where things… Continue reading The ‘hoods of Copenhagen
One concern about visiting Copenhagen is the expense. I’m not gonna lie, Copenhagen is not a cheap city, but it also isn’t completely over the top, especially compared to other major cities. Most big cities in Europe and North America are in the top list of expensive cities. In the last EIU report from December… Continue reading Is Copenhagen really that expensive?