red|guide Tipps: Copenhagen
EAT in Copenhagen: Cafe Glyptoteket
You just have to love this cafe-you can sit at small tables under rubber trees, palms and other such greenery while enjoying the best cake in the city. What more could you ask for? The cafe is situated in the winter garden of the ?Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek' museum. At least seven different types of cake and gateaux are served along with dark hot chocolate. If you're lucky, one of the dark chocolate cake with raspberry jelly, apple pie with cinnamon and almonds or the amazingly good strawberry and marzipan tart will be available for you to savour.
SHOP in Copenhagen: Acne Jeans
It's all the rage:acne on your behind! But not the skin problem-instead these are figure hugging jeans. If you're in Copenhagen, then clearly you have to make a trip to these Danish designers. On the other hand, just around the corner is Sweden with their jeans from Jonny Johanson which also have a pretty damn fine cut! The shop is trendily arranged in a puristically northern style, and as well as jeans you can also buy some great dresses, boots and shirts. We can promise you won't leave the shop empty handed!
STAY in Copenhagen: Bella Sky Comwell
Two leaning towers of 76 metres height, connected through a bridge, are standing in the evolving district Orestaden in Copenhagen between airport and city centre. It was designed by Danish architects 3xn and is part of the Bella Center, the biggest conference and convention centre in Scandinavia - furthermore, it's Denmark's largest design hotel. The Bella Sky Comwell has 812 rooms on 23 floors - one of them for women only. By the way, the latter is pink-coloured. The interior is adorned by pieces by e15, Arne Jacobsen, Bang & Olufsen. The exterior is dominated by glass and steel. The highest floor is the Skyfloor and provides you with a view over Denmark's plains and welcomes you for a drink in the Sky Bar. The inclination of the building (which is about 15 degrees) even tops the Leaning Tower of Pisa (which is around 4 degrees). But the guests won't really notice that - they profit from lots of space, a good location and the design factor.
SEE in Copenhagen: Superkilenred|guide Copenhagen
It's not Disneyland Paris or Phantasialand near Cologne - it's not an amusing park at all. However, Superkilen stimulates smile and brain muscles. The walk-in art project by the Copenhagen architects BIG, German landscape architects Topotek 1, Danish artists group Superflex and the communication office Help encompasses a black marketplace, a green park and a huge playground in pink - adorned by street furniture from more than 50 countries: Brazilian telephone booths, Armenian picnic tables, neon ads from the U.S. and Japanese cherry trees. The multicultural design doesn't come by chance - more than 70 percent of Nørrebro's population comes from abroad. The design concept was developed by designers in hand with the residents. The result is a walk-in art work which has been under construction since 2012. The pink square is already finished.