Copenhagen, Denmark travel tips

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Tipping generally isn't done in Copenhagen, although it's customary to round up when paying cab drivers.

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When looking for restaurants, keep in mind that dinner in Copenhagen is generally not late, and consequently, restaurants don't keep late hours.

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Copenhagen is a very bicycle-friendly city. It's a great way to get out and see the sights, and unlike many large cities, you don't have to worry too much about being doored or run down by a motorist.

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One of the city's loveliest restaurants is Geranium--don't miss it.

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House in a rustic-looking warehouse, Host is one of the city's best restaurants.

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Have at least one meal at Amass.

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Check out the quirky Thorvaldsens Museum.

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Be sure to try the sports cake at Conditori La Glace.

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Grab a meal at the little cafe, Granola Kaffebar.

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If you want to see traditional Danish ceramics, head to Royal Copenhagen.

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Try and catch a performance at the Royal Danish Theatre, where the Royal Danish Ballet performs.

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Be sure to take in the art at the National Gallery of Denmark.

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Explore the hip neighborhood of Norrebro, and get coffee at the Coffee Collective.

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Before you leave Copenhagen, have at least one meal at Manfred's.

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One of the loveliest and most colorful hotels in the city is Ibsens Hotel.

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Be sure to get a meal at Peder Oxe. You won't regret it.

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Near Town Hall Square, Restaurant Bror offers traditional Danish food.

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Easily the most luxurious stay in Copenhage, D'Angleterre is the city's most renowned hotel.

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For a great location, book a room at the Phoenix Copenhagen.

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Located in Tivoli Gardens' Moorish palace, the Nimb is a great hotel, with very large suites.

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