Early March in Copenhagen – A City Guide

Explore the vibrant city of Copenhagen, a seaside gem that promises an enchanting weekend escape, regardless of its often foggy and rainy weather.

Make the Hotel D’Angleterre your home base, indulging in its cozy spa, and ensure you experience our top Must-See & Go’s:

1. Louisiana Museum
A must-visit, not only for art enthusiasts. Located by the sea, it takes a bit of a journey, nearly an hour by train, but it’s well worth it. This breathtaking museum showcases rotating exhibitions that beautifully merge art, architecture, and the natural surroundings.



2. Bottega Barlie
Back in the city, reserve a spot at this Bistro-style eatery known for its sumptuous meals and Danish specialties. Dine al fresco, warmed by heat lamps, as you sip on Chablis and partake in people-watching.


3. Fil de Fer
Dive into the world of antiques and vintage finds, especially for their exquisite tableware and captivating displays.


Discover this innovative concept store, once a pharmacy, now spotlighting Danish beauty products in a lifelike setting, in connection with Apotek 57.


5. Apotek 57
Renowned for serving the city’s best cinnamon rolls, it’s the ideal spot for a Danish breakfast complete with freshly whipped butter, cheese, and an egg.


6. Bookshop at the Copenhagen Design Museum
This meticulously organized bookstore holds a vast collection of publications on design history, art, and more, catering to creators and thinkers alike.


7. La Bagatelle
Step into the creative world of Malene Malling, a former editor and creative director, in this studio-inspired store offering unique, artisanal clothing crafted from deadstock fabrics.


8. Atelier September
Whether starting your day or dropping by for lunch (available until 4 pm), don’t leave without securing their cookbook.


9. Apollo Bar
Adjacent to the museum, this spot is perfect for unwinding. On pleasant days, enjoy the courtyard while tasting thinly sliced Comté cheese paired with a selection from their natural wines.


10. ROSY
A delightful vintage shop where luxury brands like Hermes and Chanel mingle with unnamed gems from the 60s through the 90s, offering a fun exploration.


11. Ganni Headquarters
Be captivated by the Scandinavian style of creative director Ditte Reffstrup. The vibrant collections are displayed amidst their private art, offering plenty of inspiration.
Copenhagen awaits with open arms, offering unique experiences that blend culture, cuisine, and history into an unforgettable visit.