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Jason Renwick’s Ark restaurant does vegan with delicious wit: this lion’s mane mushroom dish has yakitori fans flocking.


Copenhagen’s mixture of old grandeur and contemporary design is a lesson in urban planning. Bike routes whizz over the water while the old city looks on in admiration.


Copenhot, which combines saunas, hot tubs and harbour bathing, is Refshaleøn’s answer to those chilly winter nights.


Nørrebro and Frederiksberg boast fine lines in Danish fashion brands and beautifully tailored small shops to explore.


Copenhagen’s boat quotient is off the charts. Row if you can, or go electric at a push.


The Trangravsbroen is a strictly biking and walking bridge that links Refshaleøen to central Copenhagen. It’s a great way to check out Copenhagen’s creative university campus.


Form an orderly queue: Lille Bakery abuzz with sunshine and the heady scent of fresh bread.


In Copenhagen, quality of loaf means quality of life: the friendliness at Rondo ensures that the bakery boom is more than just pastry; it’s society.


Pompette both embodies Copenhagen’s warm embrace of natural wine and possesses the prime Nørrebro position to allow those good vibes to spill happily onto the street. Skål!

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