Take a turn off Copenhagen’s busiest shopping street, the Stroget, and you will stumble upon Plint with its bright, bold colors and happy vibe beckoning you to enter.
Known as one of Copenhagen’s leading electronic music venues, Culture Box has been bringing the beats since 2005.
Citron is an absolute gem of a store, where the word ‘adorable’ just won’t cut it.
At Era Ora the staff believe that dining should be a complete sensory experience and that the joy of preparing and enjoying quality food should never be rushed.
Initially an independent t-shirt label, as Wood Wood flourished in popularity the store now houses an incredible range of streetwear which combines elements of quirky high end fashion with underground style.
At AOC you are in for more than your regular dining experience; the concept here is for a full sensory explosion, awakening your sight, smell, taste and sound.
This has been named the World’s Best Restaurant thrice in the last three years. Like El Bulli, Noma is worth taking the flight to. ‘Nuf said.
Known around Europe for the performances it hosts and also the popular Roskilde Festival, this is a great place for anyone wanting to be part of a culture rich, exotic, musical experience.
Once voted ‘Copenhagen’s best cheap restaurant’, there is certainly no substitute for quality here at such great price.
At Karriere the art is just as important as the food itself, as the entire restaurant was designed by a range of world class…
The minimalist dining room at Bio Mio adds to the clean, fresh feeling that you will enjoy while eating here, as you struggle to…
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Barcelona is in no shortage of great foodie spots – here is a brief list that should be on your list!
Ever thought of sandalwood and rice milk with liquor? Some things just don’t seemingly mix well. But if you let your tongue loose at the mercy of one of Tony Conigliaro, one of the best mixologists in the world, you’ll be telling a different story.
If you’re obsessed with good design and have a craving to possess only limited editions, the Mojemoje is right down your alley!
Beautyworks, a niche brand for innovative skincare and makeup products , was started by Top Model Jenny Balatsinou.
Love 007 movies? Inspired by Bond, James Bond? If you do, you’d be thrilled to go to Restaurant Bond in Berlin. Inspired by the 70’s era of Bond films, the decor does a good job at keeping things in that time frame with a modern touch.
An absolute must see for art students, collectors or anyone with an appreciation for creative flair, Droog is an original design store founded in 1993 by curator and author Renny Ramaker.
Right at the heart of the oh-so-stylish Bermondsey Village in London, is a spectacular building dedicated to all that’s ‘in.’ Welcome to the Fashion and Textile Museum, a cutting-edge center that focuses on collecting and displaying items that are relevant to contemporary fashion, accessories and textile designing.
The Mira Munchen center is quite an interesting place to go shopping for its range of stores and for its eco-design.