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My guide to Hygge

Well it's cold outside and here in Copenhagen, snow has been covering the city for the past days. So this is the perfect excuse to stay home and have some "hygge". People outside from Denmark recently start to catch up with the Danish tradition…
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A walk in Copenhagen - with Roccamore

Last week, when the cold days faded away and the temperatures were above 0 °C, I decided to take a walk from Copenhagen inner city to the Lakes and Norrebro. It was the perfect break from studying for my exam and a good way to get some fresh…
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Ønskeliste: Danish inspiration for your Christmas presents [collaborations]

Christmas is getting closer and closer! 2 weeks to go and maybe, some of you still have no idea what to buy your friends, partner or family. Personally, I am a last minute shopper and I always get stressed during the final days of the holiday.…
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Scandinavian Brands: Mermaid Stories

Today I want to introduce you to a gorgeous Danish brand I recently discovered. A couple of weeks ago I was on a fair for start-ups and small companies in Copenhagen and a stand with cute pink details caught my eye (everything in pink always…
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How I found a room in Copenhagen - in 2 weeks

Hej everyone, if you clicked to read this article, I assume you are desperately looking for a place to stay, like I was a couple of weeks ago. I am living in Copenhagen for over 2 years now and it seems like the housing market is always a horror…
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Be aware: the trend of thieves stealing from bike baskets

In the past months I read a lot of posts in the Copenhagen Expats and International Facebook groups where people share a common experience. They were writing about how their bags or belongings were stolen right out of their baskets while they…
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10 things (most) students go through when moving to Copenhagen

It is that time of the year again :) Exactly 2 years ago, I was among all the new international students who moved to Copenhagen to start studying. I figured that there a few things which are repeating itself every year. Personally I think,…
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5 things I miss from Denmark (because it's different here in France)

Well, as some of you might know, I wrote a series about things, that I miss while living in Denmark (Part 1 and Part 2). Now the tables have been turned and I am spending my summer in France, in Lyon to be specific, for an internship and I changed…
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I show you the Copenhagen of tomorrow

A few weeks ago I was lucky to be a part of Vodafone’s project “I show you the world of tomorrow”. The crew with German blogger Mia and Simon came to the Danish capital to find out, how Copenhagen's startup's and futuristic brands are…
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What a German misses while living in Denmark – Part 2

As an expat in Copenhagen, you have so many advantages and on top, you are able to have joyful new discoveries of Danish culture and food. But still, you will always miss your home and the things that you are used to.. Over a year ago I wrote…