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Seven Gay Wonders of the World 2018: Copenhagen

By Matthew Wexler | Dec 26
If you're fed up with American antics (political or otherwise), there's perhaps nowhere more civilized, classy, and LGBTQ-friendly than Copenhagen, Denmark.

Japan Wins 2017 World Hot Dog Championship

Aug 25
A tasty sausage made from chicken intestines. Hotdog brioche with soy and miso. Tons of garlic, ginger, spring onions and japanese mustard and mayonnaise. Those are the ingredients making up the world's best hot dog.

Riding the Rails in Scandinavia

By Jill Gleeson | Mar 11
There isn't much that's more romantic than rail travel. EDGE explores highlights from Eurail's new Scandinavia Pass.

Go for the Food: Shwarma in Copenhagen

By Amir Bibawy | Jul 22
Don't tell the folks over at avant-garde eateries Noma and Geranium, but for many visitors to Denmark's capital, the biggest culinary sensation isn't Nordic fusion.

SAS Airlines Expands Flights to Copenhagen

Aug 23
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is continuing to expand and starting Monday, April 1st, 2013, SAS will add three additional weekly flights to the existing daily service between Newark and Copenhagen.

Copenhagen’s First Spa is Now the City’s Largest

Jul 9
In the heart of Copenhagen, facing the beautiful string of lakes and only a short walk from Nørreport, you will find an oasis within the city. In the beginning of June 2012, Copenhagen’s oldest spa Ni’mat moved to the Hotel Kong Arthur.

Gays Going to the Chapel - to Get Married in Denmark

Jun 15
As of Friday the 15th of June, same-sex marriages are a reality in Denmark, and across the country several churches are showing their true rainbow colors this week.

Fast-Track to Scandinavia on the Luxurious Orient-Express

Jun 10
While Scandinavia may not always be warm, it’s definitely hot on today’s travel scene, thanks to gastronomic meccas Noma and Mathias Dahlgren, spectacular landscapes of craggy fjords and verdant lowlands, and addictive Dragon Tattoo thrillers.

Denmark’s Little Mermaid Gets a Boyfriend Named Han

Jun 2
She has been beheaded twice, lost an arm, and been daubed with paint at least seven times. The iconic statue of the Little Mermaid from Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale is now getting a male counterpart: "Han."

Share the Bike Love with Denmark - and Win a Trip to Copenhagen

May 25
Rain or shine, in high heels or flats, more than 50 percent of all Copenhageners bike to work or school every day. In Denmark, that’s how they roll. There’s a big, soft spot in most Danish hearts for the bicycle.

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