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Book Review: Copenhagen Like a Local: By the People Who Call It Home By D.K. Eyewitness

Plot:

Experience Copenhagen the local way with this insider’s guide

Copenhagen is king of cool: cutting-edge museums, breweries galore and a foodie scene like no other. But what’s beyond the well-trodden sights? Photography museums hosting DJ sets, tiny cafés swinging with late night jazz, cute bakeries holding bread-making classes – and that’s just for starters. There’s more to Copenhagan than Tivoli Gardens and Nyhavn, and who better to show you around than the locals?

This insider’s guide is packed with recommendations from Copenhageners in the know, helping you to discover all their favourite hangout spots and hidden haunts. Of course, with a city as stylish as Copenhagen we could fill the pages of this book tenfold. Rather, Copenhagen Like a Local offers a snapshot of local life, and it’s yours for the taking.

Whether you’re a Copenhagener looking to uncover your city’s secrets or a traveller seeking an authentic experience beyond the tourist track, this stylish guide makes sure you experience the real side of Copenhagen.

Review:

For a travel guide this novel had a very enticing cover that drew my attention to this guide.

I normally would not pick up travel guides at least, not in half a decade.

This novel is full of information for those Instagram-able moments to capture and all the go-to places.

It was as if I was exploring the city itself through this read.

This guide shows you do not need to visit a place to travel. I felt I was travelling within this one.

With all the descriptions of the cafes and secret spots I do not want to give much away but it is a must read if you have an interest in the area.

5/5 Stars

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