Hotel Du Nord Copenhagen

Colbjoernsensgade 14, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1652, Denmark | 3 star hotel
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Longvind to Copenhagen via Handen

A travel blog entry by katemc55


Friday we have a final walk around Löngvind, have special barbecued herring for lunch, and head back to Stockholm. Suss and Tom take the train, while we are transported in the BMW. We have cheese and crispbreads for tea...Pete and I are impressed by the large blocks of cheese on the table, sliced off to accompany most meals! This time we also have …

Rain and cold in August.

A travel blog entry by tiramillas


We spent 4 days (three nights) in Copenhagen before embarking on board MSC Opera, which was to sail from its harbour on the 24th August 2008. We had planned two smalls trips by train to Malmö (on the other side of the strait of Sund) and Kronborg castle at Helsingor about 40 km. to north. We decided to search hotel near the Central rail …

Day 1 - Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by dhhtravel


Amalienborg Palace Royal Guard Changing Amalienborg Museum (Christian VIII's Palace) Nyhavn Amber Museum Copenhagen National Museum Tivoli

A Scandinavian adventure

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley


... off from the spiral. They had hats which belong to the Danish queen as well as hats which have been in films and on TV (Downtown Abbey, Keira Knightley's hat from Pirates of the Caribbean and Helena Bonham-Carter's hat from The King's Speech, amongst others). Just behind the Rundetarn is a large park and the Rosenborg Slot. A palace built in 1606 by the King Christian IV as a summer home but now serves as a museum. And the grounds is the city's oldest park. It was ...

Copenhagen, Home of the Little Mermaid

A travel blog entry by pegariah


The Fairytale capital of Copenhagen will enchant you. In 1397, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway joined forces to create the largest Viking Empire in history. And Copenhagen was its capital. Of course, it made perfect sense. Copenhagen was positioned at the heart of the Baltic trade route, and the small fishing village had developed into an important trading center in a mere 250 years. Industry ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Helgolands area of Copenhagen, is near Hovedbanegarden, Central Station, DGI-byen, and Skt Hans Torv.
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