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Copenhagen Hosts The Meeting & Incentive Forum Europe Spring

Copenhagen Hosts The Meeting & Incentive Forum Europe Spring

275 industry leaders came together for the first time in Copenhagen to meet with select buyers in a specially engineered environment at the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel****. The meeting seem like much for those outside of the business world, but the deals brokered here will effect sales and trades across national and industrial lines, which means savings and opportunities for shoppers across Europe.

At Meeting & Incentive Forum Europe Spring, more than 275 meeting industry suppliers from all over Europe will meet leading buyers in an environment tailored for efficiency and ease of doing business. This will be the first time that Copenhagen has hosted this prestigious event, running this week from Tuesday to Saturday.

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Rihanna Caught Having a Blast at Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen

Rihanna Caught Having a Blast at Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen

There's plenty of things to do in Copenhagen but Rihanna opted for a day of fun at Tivoli Gardens and got her every secondsworth! Whether it was whizzing forward on a roller coaster or swinging high on the swings, the superstar celebrity made the best of her time in the world's legendary and 2nd oldest theme park.

Rihanna spends the day at the Tivoli Gardens amusement park with her pals including BFF Melissa Forde on Thursday (July 4) in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Copenhagen's Smallest Hotel

Copenhagen's Smallest Hotel

Look out Hilton, there's an upstart from Copenhagen that'll give you a run for your money... just as soon as they find space for a second room. The Central Cafe may not have 5-star accomodations, but it is a cozy little place infused with the scent of fresh coffee and the sort of novelty that the big names in the business could never hope to offer.

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A Trip to Copenhagen Without the Expense

A Trip to Copenhagen Without the Expense

Copenhagen is a beautiful tourist destination with a reputation for relaxing vacations, laid back locals, and breaking the bank. As one of Europe's most expensive cities, that comes as no surprise. Fortunately there is a way for vacationers looking for a relaxing trip to Denmark's lovely capital to enjoy their experience without spending a fortune. It just takes a bit of planning and thinking outside of the box.

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Rosklide Music Festival Kicks Off Near Copenhagen

Rosklide Music Festival Kicks Off Near Copenhagen

The Rosklide Music Festival has kicked into full gear in the small town of Rosklide, just 31 minutes away from Copenhagen and possibly one of the hottest places to be in the whole of the region. With performances from local artists to world famous pop-stars like Rihanna, the festival will feature a wide range of acts and performances that are certain to appeal to all audiences.

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Rudolph Care Comes to Copenhagen's Airport

Rudolph Care Comes to Copenhagen's Airport

Travelers through the Copenhagen International Airport will have a chance to try the exclusive Rudolph Care brand skin moisturizer as it hits shelves at Gebr Heinemann's airport retail outlet. With there being nothing like a good moisturizer for keeping the hands cared for on long, dry flights or trips out of the country, Gebr Heinemann may be on to something.

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Competition Fierce For Hosting Eurovision 2014 in Copenhagen

Competition Fierce For Hosting Eurovision 2014 in Copenhagen

Whether it's the DR Byen or the B&W Hall, every venue in Copenhagen is trying to unseat the 2001 Eurovision Contest's stadium and take on the impressive and infinitely rewarding honor of hosting next years event. Currently the competition's up in the air and it may go to any one of Copenhagen's many vying venues, but whatever the outcome Eurovision 2014 will be a smash.

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Copenhagen Hosts Next Ironman Competition ?

Copenhagen Hosts Next Ironman Competition ? "Challenge Copenahgen"

If you missed the Berlin Ironman Competition don't fret, Copenhagen is next on the illustrious competition's course and there's still time to book a flight to Denmark's impressive capital. You don't want to miss the world's fiercest competitors as the battle against exhaustion and the elements in an epic race and testament to the indomitable nature of human spirit.

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Copenhagen's a Great Place to Visit and You WOULD Want to Live There

Copenhagen's a Great Place to Visit and You WOULD Want to Live There

There's an old adage often attributed to tourists traps that goes something like "it's a nice place to visit, but you wouldn't want to live there." Well, Copenhagen is a fantastic tourist destination filled to the brim with interesting sights to see, and now for two years running it's been rated the number one place to live worldwide! So much for the old saying, then.

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Summer Promises Busy Season For Copenhagen's Airport

Summer Promises Busy Season For Copenhagen's Airport

Staff predict a deluge of visitors arriving in Copenhagen this summer, but the airport says its ready for all comers now that it's expansions have been completed. This year should see a continue in the increase in worldwide travel as the world shakes off the last lingering effects of the Great Recession, and that means that Copenhagen's going to be hot for tourism again.

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Can Copenhagen

Can Copenhagen "Into Space?"

Excuse the turn of phrase, but as the internet meme goes, it really does seem like Copenhagen can "into space" now that a local hobbyist group has successfully launched their first guided rocket into suborbit, a move which heralds the dawning of a civilian space age for the city and possible manned civilian space flights in the near future. Now isn't that an exciting tourist prospect?

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Andersen Boutique Hotel Bustles in Copenhagen

Andersen Boutique Hotel Bustles in Copenhagen

Located just two blocks away from Copenhagen's central train station and surrounded by boutiques, beer pubs, and plenty of avenues for the nightlife, the Andersen Boutique Hotel boasts 73 rooms with modern design elements and exquisitely luxurious fittings. The hotel is approaching it's one year anniversary, and times have never been better for the fledgeling hotel.

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Copenhagen Marriott Renovates From Ground Up

Copenhagen Marriott Renovates From Ground Up

Hoping to better serve all of its guests but with special attention to business travelers, the Marriott in Copenhagen has undergone a ground up revitalization it started in 2011 and finally completed earlier this year. With brand new rooms, new fixings and amenities, the new hotel focuses on creating “a home-away-from-home.”

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EasyJet links London Gatwick with Copenhagen

EasyJet links London Gatwick with Copenhagen

New Routes mean easier travel, and the new London-Copenhagen route opened by EasyJet is just one more way for sightseers, businessmen, and vacationers to see the world with ease. The new flights will launch early morning flights from Copenhagen, and with linkages to Dubrovnik in Croatia and Nice in France, the new route will open many a doors to the world.

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Olympic Congress in Copenhagen Scraps Restart Rule

Olympic Congress in Copenhagen Scraps Restart Rule

London's 2012 Olympics will mark the last time an Olympic restart, a protocol for restarting certain events in the event of equipment failure, will ever be put into play now that Olympic officials in Copenhagen have banned the practice for future events. The ban will resolve future controversies about when to implement bans, such as when France protested following a failure immediately after the closure of the race.

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Hyundai's First ix35 Bound for Copenhagen

Hyundai's First ix35 Bound for Copenhagen

Fuel efficient or better yet totally green cars are in high demand, and Hyundai's promising ix35 has finally reached its production phase, with the first of its number to make its way to Copenhagen along with 17 of its peers. The car itself has impressive performance statistics for a hydrogen fuel cell powered car, with a range of 594 kilometers and 0 to 125 km/h in just 12.5 seconds.

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Hans Christian Anderson Revealed to Be Common Tale's Author

Hans Christian Anderson Revealed to Be Common Tale's Author

The literary and folk lore world about Copenhagen has exploded into a flurry of research and discussion as a recent discovery pins the authorship of a famous fairy tale on the same author of the original “Little Mermaid” and “The Ugly Duckling:” one Hans Christian Anderson. The hand written copy of the original manuscript serves as fairly conclusive evidence of his original authorship, and has set the literary world ablaze.

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Anti-Israel Incidents Lead Ambassador to Caution in Copenhagen

Anti-Israel Incidents Lead Ambassador to Caution in Copenhagen

With the international debacle involving Israel's hostility – or retaliation, depending on sources – against Gaza still fresh on the minds of residents in Denmark's capital city Copenhagen, the Israeli ambassador to the country has urged Jews to take caution in giving outward signs of their origins in response to rising demonstrations against Israel.

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Copenhagen Hosts Convention on Chromosome Stability

Copenhagen Hosts Convention on Chromosome Stability

The “Chromatin, Replication and Chromosomal Stability 2013” convention is coming to Copenhagen in mid-June of next year, bringing together researchers from across the globe to discuss the finer points of genetic activity, a discussion likely to broach new grounds for approaches to medicine and treatment of certain genetically influenced diseases.

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Copenhagen Airport Adds French-Inspired Bistro

Copenhagen Airport Adds French-Inspired Bistro

In a move much appreciated by hungry travelers to Copenhagen, the Copenhagen Airport has added the French-Inspired “Le Sommelier Bar and Bistro,” a quick place for travelers to stop and eat for a family friendly taste of France. The airport is proud of its history of quality food – a rare quality indeed – and is more than happy to add the French cuisine to its long list of exquisite tastes.

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