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Where to spend free time if you are on a business trip to Copenhagen

Lucky you – you’re going to Copenhagen as part of a business trip. And you know what they say, work hard, play hard. A business trip to Copenhagen shouldn’t just be all business. Make time to enjoy yourself in the city, or even better, bring together business and pleasure. 

We hand you four ways that you can enjoy yourself and mix business and pleasure on your business trip to Copenhagen.

Work and meetings at Nomad

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Nomad Workspace is a former courthouse of the neighborhood Nørrebro, now turned into a fancy, creative workspace. People can rent desks or office spaces here, or simply stop by for a coffee and a place to work for the day in Nomad’s shared office space and lounge with a cafe. 

The interior at Nomad is to die for. Plush, velvet furniture in beautiful colors and fresh field-style flowers make it more fun to work. The cafe offers coffee, flaky croissants as well as breakfast and lunch dishes. If you’re looking to host a meeting, Nomad also offers cool meeting rooms for you to rent for the day.

Coffee at Coffee Collective

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When working hard, caffeine is a must. Get the best coffee in Copenhagen at one of the Coffee Collective locations. There are several spreads out around town, but this one is more spacious making it suitable for a coffee meeting with a client or an acquaintance. 

The coffee at Coffee Collective is brewed by skilled baristas and coffee connoisseurs – if you’re into coffee, this is the ultimate coffee spot that you must visit while in Copenhagen! 

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Afterwork drinks at Silo

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Work hard, play hard. That’s exactly what Silo is all about. After a long day of hard work, treat yourself to a wonderful cocktail with a priceless view. Silo is located in the new Copenhagen district, Nordhavn, by the ocean. The bar and restaurant are located on the 17th floor above Copenhagen. If you look to the side, you’ll see the ocean stretch out all the way to Sweden. Look the other way, and you’ll see all of Copenhagen. 

Silo offers a large, exciting cocktail menu featuring classics such as a Negroni as well as more daring cocktails, such as the Black Sails with Malteco dark rum, licorice, lemon and, egg white.

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Dinner at Tramonto

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In Carlsberg Byen, the former brewery of Carlsberg and now a hip area in development, Italian restaurant Tramonto creates cocktails, tapas, and Italian specialties while serving the ultimate view over the city. 

Tramonto opened in 2019 and has already marked itself as one of the restaurants to visit in the city due to the view, the food, the interior, and the wine list. This is the perfect spot to unwind with a glass of wine after a busy day of business and really enjoy Copenhagen.

Hopefully, your next business trip to Copenhagen will offer enough time to do a tiny bit of exploration and treating yourself to some of the many good spots in town.

About the author:

Born and bred in Copenhagen, Caroline Sølver is the expert when it comes to everything Copenhagen, from the hippest spots to get your coffee fix, the nicest views, and the hidden gems. Caroline runs her own personal lifestyle blog Silver Stories and a podcast Silver Talks in which she shares her life, living between Copenhagen and NYC, where she runs a cafe with her partner and is currently working on two more guidebooks for NYC and Copenhagen. Follow along for her best tips to Copenhagen. 

@carolinesoelver/ www.silverstories.dk

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