Wow, these last couple of days have gone by fast, and a lot has happened!
Top left: I went to an amazing rosé wine and chocolate tasting on Tuesday – longer review coming up!
Top right: Amazing dinner at LêLê Street Kitchen in Østerbro – elected Copenhagen’s best takeout in 2013
Bottom left: Wednesday’s soccer match between Denmark and Sweden – I wrote about it on Denmark.dk
Bottom right: Yesterday I ventured into Christiania for the first time ever and I had a blast with wine in the sun and a crazy concert at Loppen. Great burgers, too!
But now, the weekend is approaching fast, so here’s my list of things to do if you’re in Copenhagen!
It’s Lagersalg season!
What – Shopping, shopping, shopping! Lots of brands have clearance sales going on right now – for example Samsøe & Samsøe, Acne or Dryberg/Kern
Why – Because you can definitely get a bargain!
Where – all around Copenhagen
When – different days for different brands
How much – strongly depends on what you take home with you!
More information – AOK’s big lagersalg roundup
Øresundsfestival in Malmö
What – A music festival, mostly featuring lesser-known artists from Denmark and Sweden, but also e.g. Nabiha and Mads Langer
Why – Because it’s a great reason to take a trip over the bridge to Malmö and listen to some cool tunes
Where – different venues across Malmö
When – 30.+31. May, 17h – open end
How much – 1 day ticket 290 DKK, 2 day ticket 500 DKK (includes train tickets and admission to clubs after the festival)
More information – oresundsfestival.com/
More music: All-day house festival “Free Your Mind”
What – An all-day event with house music of all sorts, on Refshaløen
Why – Go there, grab a drink and chill in the sun! The music will be more chill during the day and pick up the pace towards the night
Where – Halvandet on Refshaløen
When – 31. May, 12h – midnight
How much – free admission
More information – on the festival’s Facebook page
A different city walking tour – Lucifertour
What – An open city walking tour focusing on the spooky and occult, “following the devil’s footsteps”. The tour only takes place when there’s a full moon, or on other significant dates. Attention: the tours are in Danish unless otherwise stated, but English tours can be requested.
Why – Because it’s a different way of seeing the city – guaranteed!
Where – meeting point is at the Absalon statue on Højbroplads, tour ends at Vor Frue Kirke
When – 31. May, 20h
How much – 100 DKK, registration online
More information – weirdwalks.dk
More shopping – Flea market at Nørrebrohallen
What – A large flea market
Why – Because browsing is always fun, and you might find hidden treasures! Afterwards, take a stroll through sunny Nørrebro
Where – Nørrebrohallen
When – 1. June, 10-16h
How much – entrance fee is 30 DKK
More information – event’s Facebook page