Monocle's Travel Guides go beyond the traditional tourist beats to make sure you get the best out of a city - no matter how short your stay.
Designed to be compact and collectable, they are also discerning; Monocle's team won't list a hundred places to eat but they will tell you where's best for everything from some tasty fast food to something truly celebratory.
This guide is a parade through Copenhagen's outposts of good food, design, retail, and more.
Format: Hardback, 144 pages.
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