Copenhagen itself reigns as an utterly modern city on the sea. With Viking history and a royal family, it’s known for world-class gastronomy, ingenious design, and hygge, that state of cozy contentment and conviviality that fuels the Danes. Set on a captivating harbor and boat-brimming waterways; composed of timbered houses bright with flower-profuse window boxes along cobbled streets; home to castles, museums, contrasting modern architecture and its smaller-than-expected mermaid statue, the city pleases visitors instantly.
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Flights of Fancy
Imaginative art installations take off at airports around the world.
Find Your Way
Explore alternative travel modes to get where you want to go.
Hospitality heats up with new upscale properties for 2022.
Above and Beyond
Airlines elevate the premium travel experience in the air and on the ground.
Premium economy soars in popularity among returning business and leisure travelers.
Travel brands revamp loyalty programs to keep customers engaged.
Enhanced protocols for aircraft cleanliness protect the health of customers and crews.
Charitable travel makes a positive impact on destinations and communities.
Once Upon a Time
Host a fabled business event in wonderful Copenhagen.
Oasis of Calm
Retreat into luxurious stillness at The Rittenhouse Spa & Club.
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Welcome To Denmark
Find Germany on a map of Europe, and then look to its north. There you will find a peninsula known as Jutland. To its west is the North Sea; to its east, the Baltic Sea and a thick cluster of more than 400 islands. Together, Jutland and the islands form one of the smallest but most admired nations of Europe—the kingdom of Denmark.
The Hygge Life
The Danish capital combines business and pleasure with aplomb. Is Copenhagen’s progressive attitude at the heart of its success?
A Rainbow Summer
THIS SUMMER, IN THE CITY WHERE I lIVe, the rainbow flags are everywhere — up in the alleys, on top of buildings, and even outside the important-looking official buildings.
On the road again
IT’S BEEN MORE THAN A YEAR SINCE I travelled anywhere outside Sweden, but, finally, last week, I did. It wasn’t a long journey, nor was it new to me. It was a day trip to Copenhagen. It is a city that I keep going back to since I first visited it in 2006.
Hotel we love
In Denmark’s capital, Villa Copenhagen combines golden age glamour and conscious luxury
A Soft Landing
Harriet Garbers is from the UK and her husband is Danish; they arrived in Singapore with their 14-year-old son in April. Three months on, they continue to be endlessly charmed by their new home!
A writer’s search for the epic poem’s hero ends at a hamlet in Denmark
Creating A Clear, Harmonious Architectural Synthesis
Project: Mälardalens Högskola, Eskilstuna, Sweden Architects: 3XN architects, Copenhagen
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