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As well as mak­ing sure you visit Ny­havn (Den­mark's an­swer to France’s Hon­fleur) - num­ber 20 is where Hans Chris­tian An­der­sen lived - bear in mind that Fe­bru­ary is Copen­hagen's month of mu­sic. Ei­ther ex­pe­ri­ence some of the 500 per­for­mances of Vin­ter­jazz (Win­ter Jazz) or go to some of the high­lights of the in­ter­na­tion­ally ac­claimed Frost Fes­ti­val (mix­ing mu­sic and ex­tra­or­di­nary light ef­fects). Whilst in the city, stay at the Nimb ho­tel. It is a Moor­ish-style palace and its USP is the ac­ces­si­bil­ity to the cen­tral Tivoli Gar­dens - next month is the time to go, given that they re-open dur­ing

2-25 Fe­bru­ary. Only one of the 38 hygge themed rooms doesn’t over­look these mag­i­cal Gar­dens. Make sure you go to Ge­myse, an or­ganic restau­rant in the Gar­dens (try The Meal of the Day which con­sists of six savoury veg­e­tar­ian dishes served fam­ily style for shar­ing at the ta­ble), and Cak­en­hagen (the clue is in the name - a clas­sic Dan­ish pas­try shop in the heart of Tivoli). A real treat for Valentine’s Day!

Ny­havn view; Nimb Ho­tel bar; A guest room in Nimb Ho­tel; Ro­tunda restau­rant in Nimb (de­tail also in pre­vi­ous page with Royal Copen­hagen cof­fee cups); A dessert from Nimb Ho­tel; Nimb ho­tel ex­te­rior; Ge­myse or­ganic restau­rant.

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