Copenhagen

Posted by scandinaviacityguide on May 4, 2017 in Copenhagen |

How about a visit to Copenhagen during fashion week? The town is full of inspiring and creative impulses. With a wide selection of Danish brands, international designer clothes, innovative chain stores, and inspiring and cool Copenhageners that bicycles or is walking nonchalantly past you. We also recommend taking a break from shopping and visit one of the trendy sidewalk cafes in the inner parts of the city. Do not forget Oslo. Norway’s capital stands on a beautiful fjord, surrounded by woods and mountains. Oslo offers a pulsating city life, with easy access to great nature experiences. Oslo’s unique location gives visitors excellent opportunities to have fun.

Here you can walk in the woods, swim and go to the concert – on the same day. Paper Island-Copenhagen Paper Island-Copenhagen Just take the oya-festival (øya-festivalen) for example. The big music happening in Oslo is the –directly translated- Island festival. In 2014 the first festival was held in Toyenparken (Tøyenparken). The festival use a vast area stretching from Toyenbadet (Tøyenbadet) through Toyenparken, over Finnmark Gata and down against the Munch Museum / Botanical Garden. Why stop there? In Gothenburg, only four hours away from Oslo city with bus, is the Swedish festival “Way out West”. When we are on the topic; Festivals are abundant all over Scandinavia. Distortion in Copenhagen for example – the street party that lasts five days and culminates in a huge party. Or ten minutes from Arlanda airport, Stockholm, you’ll find the Hultsfred festival that was started in ’86.

If that’s not interesting enough, there is something for everyone in the Traena Festival (Træna Festivalen) in Norway, it is a must-do for all you hippies. For city-slickers on the other-hand, right in Fredriksberg, Copenhagen, the Vanguard Music Festival is arranged. In addition to music, the festival is a place with a wide variety of food from the Danish capital’s best eateries, while it is arranged so that festival-goers can bring their own picnic-baskets in the green surroundings. Frederiksberg is reachable by bicycle from the bridge quarters in almost ten minutes. Let’s finish of. The Dognvill festival (Døgnvill) is, despite her young age, a great festival allready been visited by 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, The Prodigy, Sex Pistols, Limahl, and Brian Wilson. Tromso is fabulously nice in the summer, and Dognvill is a gem of a festival. It’s all about fun in Scandinavia. Be a festival-crawler!

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