Our world is not as big as it was 20 years ago. High technologies, jets, low – cost carriers have made international tourism quite ordinary pastime. I invite you to travel around Denmark – an extraordinary, diverse, in a way unique and fabulous country. This country can boast its best underground in Europe, high life standards, rich cultural heritage, clean environment, high technologies in foods, power engineering, architecture and design. So, I offer you 7 wonders of Denmark, which are must-sees.

The Danish capital invites all volunteers to the Beer Festival, which is to be held from 10 to 12 May 2015 in its «traditional» venue ‒ one of the old premises of the Carlsberg brewery in the area of Valby.

Copenhagen is considered one of the most expensive cities in Europe, where virtually everything is expensive or very expensive. Search for accommodation is one of the key solutions of the planned holiday. The room should be not just a room but your personal space. Consequently, you would like it to be as comfortable as possible and as inexpensive as possible. In this article will have selected 5 cheapest hotels in Copenhagen to prove that the city is affordable even for thrifty tourists.

There are a number of similarities and differences between us and the Danes. So let’s talk about it here.

* The Danes love their queen and forgive her the only drawback she has – smoking. Margrethe II is always flawlessly dressed, which is not surprising, since she is a designer and creates sketches for theatrical costumes. If you would like to see a distant relative of the Romanovs in person – go to the royal theatre. She attends premieres, at opening and closing theatrical seasons, comes out onto the balcony of Amalienborg palace on her birthday, April 16, to greet her citizens.

Design and architecture studio MLRP designed and presented the citizens and visitors of Copenhagen a "Mirror House", decorated with polished stainless steel mirrors from all sides.

Danish architect Bjarke Ingels was awarded for the best residence at the World Architecture Festival (WAF) for his housing project ”8TALLET”, - reports DR.dk referring to the online periodical Berlingske.

In the evening 3 November 2011 the house comprising 476 apartments and living spaces was voted the best in the world. It occurred in Barcelona at the World Architecture Festival, where 700 buildings and projects from 66 countries competed in different nominations.

The smallest hotel in the world is going to open in Copenhagen. It is designed for one visitor only.

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