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Fiskerikajen er grundlagt af en fisker og to kokke. Vores virksomhed vokser ud af en passion for den rene råvare og en kompromisløs jagt på den bedste kvalitet. Vi kender kokkene og kender fiskerne og vi vælger at støtte det skånsomme kystfiskeri.
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Take the train or metro to Torvehallerne - a market with fresh fish great cheese and all sorts of tasty expensive things. I go there to buy cheese and ham.
Great for grocery shopping, and also torvehallerne has many different street food possibilities. Really a must see if you are a food nerd.
Danish food court with also amazing vegetables and fruit stands and beautiful flower shop with amazingly selection of seasonal flowers to get inspired
TorvehallerneKBH eller blot Torvehallerne er et fødevaremarked på Israels Plads i København. Torvehallerne består af to markedshaller med en åben markedsplads imellem. Der findes over 60 stader, hvoraf de fleste sælger eksklusive madvarer: bagerier, osterier, fiskehandlere, frugt- og grøntboder,…
Need a place to relax after shopping, or while the rest of the family is. This is the place.
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“Goes without saying if you’re travelling to Copenhagen, with or without kids, Tivoli is always a good idea. During the spring, summer and fall, every Friday there are concerts at the main green area in Tivoli, free of charge once you’ve paid your entry. ”
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“Perfect for an interest in contemporary art and a rainy day. There is nice park behind the museum to be enjoyed.”
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“Christiania is an autonomous enclave in Copenhagen. It's a place where people with alternative lifestyles can choose to live. The area is quite safe to walk around in. Often concerts and art exhibitions are held here.”
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“The King's Garden in Copenhagen is the country's oldest royal garden and was laid out by Christian IV in the early 17th century. The garden has been open to the public since the 1770s and is today a popular breathing space in the center of Copenhagen, which is visited by approximately three million people every year. Although the garden has undergone several alterations over time, the main alleys are still preserved. The garden contains a large perennial bed, a rose garden and a large number of small and large sculptures, the symmetrical renaissance facility Krumspringet, and for the benefit of the little ones, there is an adventurous and artistic playground. During the summer, the garden forms the setting for many music and theater events, including puppet theater for the little ones.”
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