Once upon a time in Copenhagen, a beautiful baby girl with brown hair and blue eyes was born. In an attempt to ensure that she could never stray too far from home, her parents decided to give her a name that wouldn’t make sense to anyone outside of Denmark. She discovered this 20 years later when she travelled to Australia and had to start telling people that her name was Reggae. Fewer people believed her when she told them her father was actually Bob Marley, but it was worth a try. This travel addict seems to have developed a pattern, she only stays in DK until she has saved up enough to go travelling again. However, she always seems to find her way back to her beloved CPH. She currently lives happily ever after among the happiest people in the world.
Dan O. came to Denmark in 2006 where he met the love of his life and has been here in Copenhagen ever since, apart from a few trips back home to Australia. He enjoys visiting new places and loves to talk about his travel experiences with other well travelled people. He looks forward to sharing his knowledge about Copenhagen with you.
“How do you encapsulate the human experience in a few paragraphs...?” Luis asked, realising that he was speaking to himself out loud and people were giving him a weird look; instead he decided to focus on what’s really important, his love and fascination for Copenhagen! Luis came from Peru first in 2012 and again in 2013, following a beautiful Danish girl. He quickly fell in love with the city and its people (and the food, man, don’t forget the food). Nowadays he can be found wearing colours that no true Dane would ever wear, struggling to properly pronounce his own home address and constantly falling in love with the very “cinematic” streets (and sharing that love with anyone who will listen) of the city he lovingly calls “Hipster Capital of the World” (only in the fashion sense, people are REALLY cool!)
Laura moved to Denmark from the mythical land of castles and Dracula, Transylvania, Romania. With a love for exploring the city, doing photography, to great streetfood and anything design-ish, she switched from an inside 9-5 office job to an outside office which is the city itself! Couldn't be more fitting, she loves it and can't wait to share her favourite spots around the city with other people as well.
When growing up in the border lands of England and Wales, where men are men & the sheep are nervous, often the only reasonable course of action is to get as far away as possible. As a result, an 18 month and 5 continent bar crawl landed James in Copenhagen 7 years ago and he hasn’t found the exit yet.
When not leading tours and lecturing people about the ‘wonderful world of rum production’ (seriously, don’t get him started) he can be located annoying the residents of Copenhagen's southern neighbourhood listening to very scary music and loudly depositing clouds of smoke in his classic rally car.
Growing up in the suburbs of Copenhagen with his best friend – his guitar, Jakob moved to Aarhus in Jutland singing, playing and making music. But he missed home so he moved back to his beloved Copenhagen around 20 years ago. Jakob has been travelling and touring in Europe with his rock bands and as a solo-artist, and he obviously loves to entertain people. He has a heart for music, art, writing, cats, eating, books, drinking cava in Spain, and working on his Spanish language skills to get just a little further than cerveza and gato.
Looking for Aussie-born Jarod one early morning?? You’ll usually find him tucked up at one of his favourite Copenhagen cafés, sipping gourmet coffee and catching up on the latest news. Nothing like a good dose of disease, destruction and cute cat photos to start the day off is there? Jarod has spent years travelling the world, eternally avoiding the beaten track, and always looking for the best local dining options, and of course Copenhagen’s pickled herring, rugbrød and dill snapps captured his heart like nothing else ever could. So he decided to stay, and now calls himself a true Copenhagener. Equal parts of history, culture, a pinch of the food scene and a healthy swig of humour is Jarod’s best recipe for enjoying Copenhagen. Find him, pretty much every day of the year, on Rådhuspladsen, ready to show you around his favourite city.
Looks like a Viking, travels like a Viking and even has a Viking-sounding name. After years of travelling where he hitch hiked, couch surfed and performed on the streets, Magnus has finally settled down in his country's capital. When he's not on the clock, he loves quoting stupid "did you know" facts, shouting at his favourite football team, and going to loud and obnoxious rock concerts. In other words, a true Viking.
Penny and her husband quit their office jobs in San Diego, California to travel and work as digital nomads for two and a half years. They loved Copenhagen and decided to settle down in one of the most livable cities in the world. Penny has moved around quite a bit and called many cities home but Copenhagen is truly unique and magical. A list of things she loves: travelling, coffee, cats, crocheting, reading, N*Sync, varying adaptations of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Mean Girls, anti-aging beauty products, foods, MS Excel and going on self guided bakery crawls. Things she does not enjoy: exercising and library books that cannot be renewed online. She hopes to share with you the reasons she fell in love with Copenhagen.
Cheresse comes from the far-off land of Colorado, U.S., where the buffalo do roam and there actually is a South Park. Her favorite pastimes are history and mythology, so she moved to Denmark in 2010 to take her Master's Degree. Now she's here, and she's the Master, and she's enjoying Copenhagen enough that she's decided to stick around. Knowledge specialties include Egyptology, all things geeky, and, of course, the history of Copenhagen.
Originally from London in the exotic land of England, Rosie came to Copenhagen in 2011 to make like Admiral Nelson and attempt another battle with Denmark. It clearly did not succeed, but her attachment to Copenhagen and some good old Danish happiness has kept her here anyway. Despite being afraid of her bicycle and unable to correctly pronounce the suburb she lives in, Rosie now considers Denmark as her second home. She can easily be recognised around the city for wearing flip flop shoes even when it’s way too far into winter, or for being dressed as a zombie, which she’s strangely fond of doing.