From breakfast to dinner: Here are the best budget-friendly places to eat in Copenhagen

Published on Metro.co.uk on 18th July 2017:

Copenhagen is an expensive city – not only to stay in but also to experience.

Noma, known for being one of the best restaurants in the world, put the city on the global culinary map but it’s certainly not alone in making the Danish capital a must-visit destination for gourmet travellers.

But when the best restaurants in the city, at least according to the Michelin guide, can set you back more than £100 per head, it’s hard not to think twice about visiting Copenhagen for a good feed.

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Wynwood, Downtown, Little Havana and South Beach: The best places to visit in Miami

Published on Metro.co.uk on 11th July 2017:

Miami is one of my favourite places to visit in the world.

I love the way that it’s almost always sunny, I love how the architecture is so vibrant and colourful, and I love the fact that there’s so much culture in such a tiny city.

Having last visited Miami almost a decade ago, I was a little apprehensive about how the city has changed over the years.

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Copenhagen: Hidden Gems

Published on Europe Up Close on 23rd June 2017:

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The Danish capital of Copenhagen is a bustling city that offers something for everyone. First-time visitors to the city might head straight for the Little Mermaid or the Tivoli Gardens (remember to book in advance!) and other often top sights in Copenhagen, but there are plenty of other places and Copenhagen hidden gems to discover.

For architecture aficionados, there are medieval churches that date back to the 15th century as well as modern constructions that push the boundaries of design. For food lovers, the Danish capital has everything from Michelin star-studded restaurants to tiny bakeries. And for culture vultures, there are numerous little galleries as well as bigger museums to visit (and here are some other great places to check out if you visit Copenhagen in Winter).

So if you’re heading to Copenhagen for the first time, or returning and want to see it in a new light, here are some hidden gems that you might want to seek out.