Compact Copenhagen is the epitome of Scandi cool.
Modernist lamps light New Nordic tables, bridges buzz with cycling commuters, and eye-candy locals dive into pristine waterways.
Despite the cobbled streets, whimsical spires and palaces, this is a city at the very cutting edge, bursting at the seams with boundary-pushing food, design and fashion. Go on, take a bite of the (sustainable) good life.
Durable, waterproof, with a handy slipcase and an easy-fold format, City Maps are your conveniently-sized passport to travelling with ease. Keep this easy-to-use, full colour navigation tool in your back pocket.
This new, thoroughly updated 5th edition of Bradt's Faroe Islands remains the only English-language guide to this isolated, unspoiled archipelago, home to Tórshavn, the world's smallest capital, and where there are twice as many sheep as people. Bradt's Faroe Islands offers detailed information about all 18 islands and the breathtaking landscapes which never fail to inspire visitors, from the highest sea cliffs in Europe at Enniberg on the island of Viðoy to the dramatic seascapes at Akraberg, the southernmost point of the Faroes. There's hands-on information about where to stay and eat, how to get around - be it by local ferry, helicopter or your own hire car - and what to see and do. Also included are details of how to reach even the remotest corners by bus using a travel card, the latest information on falling seabird numbers in the North Atlantic, and details of where to go sea angling and horseriding. Suggestions for visiting the island of Suðuroy are detailed, plus there are updated reviews of all accommodation, eating and drinking options. Fourteen clear and easy-to-use maps are also featured.
Written by expert author James Proctor, who has been visiting the Faroes since 1992, this latest edition includes all the most recent developments and provides all the information needed for a successful trip. Within the islands themselves, Bradt's Faroe Islands is recognised as the definitive source of information about the Faroes in the English language - and is widely respected as such. Whether you're visiting for the amazing birdlife, to walk some of Europe's least-known hiking trails or simply to sample real village life among the houses painted in a mêlée of reds, yellows and blues, Bradt's Faroe Islands is the perfect companion.
Lonely Planet : Comprehensive and inspirational guides with thousands of detailed listings, reviews and recommendations for travellers with a sense of adventure and exploration.
With about 1.250.000 inhabitants, Copenhagen is no large city in global terms. But behold! There are many treasures to be found. As you walk the cobblestone bridges, frequent the cozy cafés or watch at yet another insolently stylish local passing by, you might just find yourself falling in love. With the startup scene that is!
What with it being voted most livable city in 2016 by Metropolis magazine, Copenhagen has naturally become an attractive city to those, well, starting up. In Startup Guide Copenhagen we look into where to work, who did what and how they did it. All in order to give you not only know how, but inspiration to get your business going.
Startup Guide Copenhagen is filled with city focused tips, startups, co-working spaces, programs and interviews with founders as well as the experts. Giving you all the information you need to get you started in the city.
Startup Guide Copenhagen was made in partnership with Rainmaking Loft and supported by Accenture.