Autumn colours, the arts and a new waterside landmark
After a piping hot summer this year, the autumn has come early in Copenhagen with golden colours and brisk winds. The Botanical Garden in Copenhagen has become one of the city’s top attractions in recent years with visitors seeking the meditative peace and quiet of the herb gardens, lake and woods of this green oasis. This year, the gardens have opened a new butterfly hothouse with exotic butterflies to brighten your stay – free of charge.
New home for DAC
This year, the Danish Architecture Center (DAC) has inaugurated its new waterside home. Designed by Dutch star architect Rem Koolhaas, the building (called BLOX) is also home to offices for companies working with sustainable urban design and architecture. more