Articles tagged “copenhagen”

Copenhagen’s Hotels Wish They Could Be as Cool as Its Restaurants

Copenhagen’s Hotels Wish They Could Be as Cool as Its Restaurants

Matt Gross , Bloomberg

We can personally attest to the greatness of Copenhagen's culinary offerings (which is why Noma co-founder René Redzepi is speaking at our Skift Global Forum next month). But it looks like the city's hotels are quickly catching up to its food scene.

5 days ago

Interview: VisitDenmark CEO on Local Travel in Copenhagen and Beyond

Interview: VisitDenmark CEO on Local Travel in Copenhagen and Beyond

Greg Oates, Skift

Copenhagen has always immersed visitors within the local community, but VisitDenmark is building on that with a new national travel booking platform and marketing initiatives designed to spur personal recommendations on social.

2 years ago

Copenhagen Airport Walks Away With Top Honors at Food and Drink Awards

Copenhagen Airport Walks Away With Top Honors at Food and Drink Awards

Marisa Garcia, Skift

Copenhagen's airport has long been known for its ability to efficiently move passengers along, so it's good to see it recognized for its efforts taking care of passengers as well.

3 years ago

Copenhagen Zoo Promises to Be Transparent About Animal Kills Where Other Zoos Aren’t

Copenhagen Zoo Promises to Be Transparent About Animal Kills Where Other Zoos Aren’t

Peter Levring and Gelu Sulugiuc, Bloomberg

Kudos to the zoo for shedding light on the reality of keeping animals in captivity. Other zoos should do the same.

3 years ago

Copenhagen named most livable city in Monocle’s annual Quality of Life Survey

Copenhagen named most livable city in Monocle’s annual Quality of Life Survey

Jason Clampet, Skift

Monocle's list is a pleasant reminder that cities which are great for tourists -- New York City, London, Rome -- aren't always wonderful places to live.

4 years ago

World’s greatest restaurant gives 63 diners world’s best stomach virus

World’s greatest restaurant gives 63 diners world’s best stomach virus

Associated Press

Considering how many restaurants end up giving diners food poisoning every day, it's a bit unfair to call out Noma. But with great power comes great responsibility.

4 years ago

Copenhagen Airport experiences its busiest year ever with 23.3 million passengers in 2012

Copenhagen Airport is the largest among those in the Nordic countries and its performance is particularly notable in light of five European airlines announcing bankruptcy during the year.

5 years ago

Nearly half of all hotels in Copenhagen have gone green

Nearly half of all hotels in Copenhagen have gone green

The green movement gained momentum in Copenhagen after it hosted the UN climate change summit and has remained driven to reach its goal of a carbon-neutral industry by 2025.

5 years ago

New Copenhagen park curates cultural artifacts to represent 50 nationalities

The “Super Park” embraces not only diversity, but also technology with its own app that tells the story behind the 100+ pieces brought in from around the world.

5 years ago

Copenhagen Airport gets local with fresh food market and locally designed lounge

Copenhagen Airport gets local with fresh food market and locally designed lounge

The airport is trying to better portray the city's local culture to fliers just passing through with a new lounge styled like a typical Scandinavian apartment and restaurant with local cuisine.

5 years ago

Commuters bike to Copenhagen on cycle superhighway

The 11-mile paved path saves time, increases health, decreases pollution, and has employees offer chocolates for good behavior. What's not to love about Denmark's newest transportation option?

5 years ago

Is this Copenhagen stretch the perfect urban block?

Sometimes it appears that the Danish capital is taunting the rest of the world with its quality of life. And this is such a time.

5 years ago