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Travel Guide: Five Literary Cities to Visit in the UK

From Shakespeare to the Brontes, no nation on Earth has so many great names that define the world of literature as the United Kingdom. In these literary cities, we live and breathe the work of these authors; their homes and settings draw tourists from around the world; their characters are alive in the cobblestone streets …

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7 Magical Day Trips from Copenhagen

Copenhagen is a special kind of capital city. It’s a bright, colourful place, bursting with vibrancy and life. Walking the streets, passing by wide-open cafes with tables full of laughing people, you fall in love with the very atmosphere of the city. It’s addictive, inspiring, and beautiful. But beyond the capital, there are some incredible …

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10 Books to Read Before You Visit Denmark

Denmark is often celebrated as the happiest place on Earth today, and in our experience that is honestly true. What makes Denmark so exciting as a country is the contrast between its happy, positive, and friendly modern world and the thrilling history of seafaring Vikings the land was once known for a thousand years ago. …

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How to Spend a Perfect Day in Odense, Denmark

Odense is one of the idyllic, fairytale towns that defines that sweet, charming, and friendly atmosphere of beloved Denmark. It’s only ninety minutes from Copenhagen on the train, and is most famous as the birthplace of literary genius Hans Christian Andersen. Odense is also the capital of Denmark’s third-largest island: Funen. The largest is Zealand, …

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A Literary Hotel in the Heart of Riga, Latvia

On the east side of the Daugava River sits the Old Town of Riga. A labyrinth of cobbled streets which hide secretive coffee nooks where you can relax and read the day away; a medieval town of towering churches and wide-open squares where accordion music can be heard – and danced along to, if the …

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5 Awesome Blogger Houses in Europe for Content Creators

Residences for bloggers and content creators are a relatively new concept in the tourism world, and they’re a testament to the tourism boards and brands who recognise the value of working with content creators to reach audiences they wouldn’t otherwise. They each provide incredibly diverse and immersive experiences in their host cities and they foster …

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A Guide to Copenhagen’s Torvehallerne Food Hall

If there’s one thing that’s impressed us about Copenhagen (and there isn’t one, there are many) is the food scene. Before arriving, possibly the only thing we knew about this city in terms of culinary prowess is Noma, known as the best restaurant in the world for their experimentation with foraged goods and fermentation. Since …

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The Ultimate Bookish Guide to Copenhagen

Denmark is a proudly bookish nation. Perhaps the true source of happiness for this happiest country on Earth is that it’s bursting at the seams with literary charm. When you do visit the overwhelmingly bookish Copenhagen, you’ll find a slew of delightful indie bookstores, book cafes to lose an afternoon relaxing in, and fairytales come …

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5 Best Independent Bookshops in Berlin

Berlin is, for so many people, the literary capital of mainland Europe. So many of Earth’s greatest writers, poets, and philosophers have come out of Germany or etched their name into the history books through the German language: Karl Marx, Franz Kafka, Friedrich Nietzsche, Herman Hesse, Hans Fallada, the Brothers Grimm, Bertolt Brecht; I really …

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Visit Kronborg Castle, Denmark: Home of Hamlet

Kronborg Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, can be found at the north-eastern tip of the Danish island of Zealand. It’s a twenty-mile drive from the capital of Copenhagen, and one of the best day-trips you can take – especially if you love your history, wars, literature, and theatre. It’s free entry if you use …

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