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Aarhus finds success as European Capital of Culture

Last year, Aarhus became the European Capital of Culture. While previous hosts have struggled to unite their citizens behind the year-long programme, the city created a scheme all its residents could share in

Denmark’s best business hotel

As well as being named Best Business Hotel in Denmark, 2012, this year marks a new era for the Hilton Copenhagen Airport as the hotel embarks on exciting and transformational interior design

Christiania celebrates 40 years of bohemia

Founded as a hippie commune in 1971, Christiania has seen its fair share of controversy over the years, but now a land deal with the government looks set to help it grow old with dignity. By Gillian Evans

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If time is essential…

With its luxury rooms and meeting spaces, Asian spa and convenient location, the Hilton Copenhagen Airport is definitely not your average pre-flight stay. We check into Denmark’s Best Business Hotel

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Copenhagen

There’s been a silent revolution in Copenhagen over the last few decades. Long seen as a peaceful, pleasant city, since the 1990s it has increasingly begun to express itself as one of Europe’s leading cultural centres. Until recently its citizens would eat out only on special occasions, but they can now dine in some of […]

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Living Danishly

Hilton guestrooms, Executive Rooms and an exemplary location – the Hilton Copenhagen Airport hotel has it all, and is our winner for Best Business Hotel in Denmark

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Clean Copenhagen

Progressive-minded Copenhagen is way ahead in environmental sustainability. Clean energy, green hotels and low-carbon meeting facilities make this the perfect place for the UN climate change conference. Fleur Kinson looks at a city that’s setting new standards

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(No) trouble in Denmark

Roger St. Pierre introduces ‘The World’s Happiest Nation’

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Copious Copenhagen

Tucked away on the chilly eastern coast of Denmark, Copenhagen is one of Europe’s more diminutive cities and can be crossed on foot in half an hour. Lucia Cockcroft discovers that, like Tom Cruise or the iPod Nano, despite its size it has a lot to offer

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Denmark

A low-lying peninsula surrounded by the North and Baltic seas, Denmark is very much a maritime nation with a strong shipping industry. Yet with few natural resources to exploit it has been forced to invest highly in infrastructure and develop a highly skills-based economy. The result is a nation with the highest per-capita GDP in […]

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