Unique and quirky cafes in Copenhagen for the exploring CAFE ENTHUSIASTS
Unanswered questions about NemID in Denmark. Tips and tricks for when you move here!
Have you tried the new Too Good To Go App? Find the restaurants just before closing time to get leftover food from the day!
Where to go grocery shopping in Denmark?
Turning left and right on a bike as you may have noticed is different in Denmark than it is in USA. Here’s a guide on how to do it properly!
Jaywalking is the art of pedestrians crossing the road during a red light. Your average Londoner wouldn’t go a day without jaywalking. For Parisians, jaywalking is the law of the street. Because who has time to wait until the light turns green? Apparently Danes do!
Do you need a bike? Have a look at this funny comic 😉
Are you ready for Roskilde Festival? It is approaching rapidly and approximately 100000 people are waiting for it. Now, almost all tickets have been sold out but you may still have a chance to join it. Here, you will read why it is so important, what people are doing during this festival and some advises especially for people who will join for the first time.
As an international student in Copenhagen, you probably may have figured out already that in a general sense, there are only two categories of jobs available to you: Study-relevant jobs and well…. all the others!! You also might have read or heard that one kind is easier to get than the other, but then, this does not necessarily have to be so. Really? Yes, so keep reading.
For some, homesickness can hugely impact their life when they’re living abroad. Whether that’s because they have a strong group of friends at home who they do everything with or that they’re close to their family who provide a support network, or perhaps because they’re in long-distance relationship. However, at the beginning of my time in Copenhagen, numerous considerations meant that I found myself understanding why people can become so homesick.