Category Archive: Inside Cities

Copenhagen Christmas: A stroll through Nyhavn

Are you from Copenhagen? – is one of the most common questions when I tell people abroad that I’m from Denmark. No, I’m not. I’m from Odense – and I have to admit… Continue reading

10 quick ideas on what to do in Brighton

Brighton is probably the UK’s best known seaside city, and after just two days I understood why this place is so popular. It’s just a short train ride from central London – and… Continue reading

Brighton from a new perspective: British Airways i360

Imagine if you could board a transparent UFO and see your city from the sky? You can if you live in Brighton, just a one hour journey from London and 30 minutes from… Continue reading

5 insider tips to highly addictive cafés in Madrid

While living in the Spanish capital I spent many days writing in the city’s atmospheric cafés, and over the years I have added several of them to my “collection” of favouites. So, I… Continue reading

E-D-I-N-B-U-R-G-H spelled with 9 adjectives

Earlier this year, after experiencing an epic railway adventure through the Scotttish Highlands, I had the pleasure of re-discovering the country’s magnificent capital of Edinburgh. A city I briefly called “home” for two… Continue reading

Upfest 2017: A creative tsunami in South Bristol

Since 2008 an annual tsunami of colour and creativity has flushed through the streets of Bristol in Southern England. An ‘Urban Paint Festival’ named UPFEST that was just held again this past weekend… Continue reading

Switzerland: 12 exciting things to do in and around St. Gallen

St. Gallen is my most recent Swiss discovery. An often overlooked city in the alpine country’s northeastern corner – full of charm and experiences in and around its historic heart. Just take a… Continue reading

Denmark: 3 great parts of Odense that make it worth visiting

For years my hometown of Odense in the heart of Denmark was “just getting by”, but recently the capital of the island of Funen has seen major developments and cultural events roll in… Continue reading

Kerteminde in Denmark: Let’s go for an ice cream

Summer in Denmark does not necessarily mean high temperatures and blue skies, but when the sun shines bright about our little nation – we Danes flock to our beaches and coastal towns to… Continue reading

Naturally Edinburgh: 5 gorgeous green spots in the Scottish capital

Edinburgh isn’t just cobblestoned streets and whisky-pouring pubs. The Scottish capital is greener than most and offers some excellent spots where you can disconnect from busy streets and enjoy a walk with a… Continue reading