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TimeOut Copenhagen



Forget the Little Mermaid and HC Andersen - this comprehensively revised second edition of the Time Out Copenhagen Guide proves that there is far more to the most exciting city in Scandinavia than fish and fairytales. Written and researched by a team of resident writers, it's the indispensable guide to the Danish capital.

The Copenhagen Guide includes:

  • a critical survey of the city's finest and most characterful restaurants, cafes and bars
  • the inside track on Copenhagen's vibrant and varied nightlife
  • an authoritative look at Danish design, and where to find it
  • an extensive guide to the best of the city's superb shopping
    detailed profiles of Denmark's most famous citizens
  • the top day trips, including a mini-guide to the neighbouring Swedish city of Malmö

... all with full details of opening times, prices and transport.



Pages:   316

Dimensions: 13 cm x 20 cm

Language: English

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Greenland Exploring

Exploring Greenland: Twenty Years of Adventure Mountaineering in the Great Arctic Wilderness
Within the pages of Exploring Greenland author Jim Gregson shares narratives of adventures and experiences lived in the impressive landscapes of the great Arctic wilderness. This is a land where areas still exist unvisited by humans and where the cycle of the seasons has revolved through aeons unobserved. The Arctic, along with other polar regions, is under threat from climate change. This stunning book, beautifully illustrated with over 100 colour photographs, shows unequivocally what a precious wilderness the world could lose if the trends in global warming continue unabated. Alongside a rich and throught provoking text, the images captured here are a treasure chest of environmental jewels. If rare places like these are despoiled or lost, it won't just be the wildlife which suffers; the world will be a poorer place for all of mankind. Jim Gregson has made many expeditions to Greenland, making many first ascents of unclimbed peaks and ranking amongst Britain's most experienced Arctic mountaineers. His message in Exploring Greenland is one of conservation, and in these pages he shows us what we should strive to protect. Open these pages not to read tales of conquest but rather to learn of congress with the wild world.