The statue of The Little Mermaid proudly watches over Copenhagen. Here you find a blend of historical sites and stunning architecture with a dash of Danish “hygge”. Even being a capital, you will find the Copenhageners relaxed and informal. Find cosy, cool cafées at the harbour front, stroll through the medieval cobblestoned streets, visit Tivoli Gardens or take the metro to the hyper modern and sustainable quarter of Ørestaden. Indeed, a city of contrasts.
Copenhagen was announced the world’s best design city by Wallpaper in 2016, and is furthermore a trendy hotspot for food enthusiasts: this bustling, trendy metropol offers something for every taste. Don’t miss the chance to indulge in the New Nordic cuisine, as well as the traditional open sandwiches; Danish smørrebrød. The city is best explored from the waterside or by bicycle – with bike lanes taking up half the street, it is the ideal way of experiencing Copenhagen and feeling like a local.
Client: Technical University of Denmark (DTU) Attendees: 640 Location: Bella Center, Copenhagen....Read more
DATE April 04, 2019 Description: BDP Business Events arranged four days of fun experiences for a ...Read more