Copenhagen is known as a city of great shopping opportunities, and probably the best place to go for vintage shopping is Bredgade. This is one of the city's most prominent streets and it sits in a very fancy part of town.
Some refer to Wellington as an “emerald city,” others say it's “windy.” Both references are true, as the capital of New Zealand is located near the green-clad North Island’s southernmost tip, overlooking the Cook Strait - rather windy in winter. Compact city as such, Wellington dwells in a comfy atmosphere attained through combination of neat sandy beaches and nice-looking wooden houses sitting on the hills surrounding the harbour.
To agree or not to agree with Prince Hamlet if something is indeed rotten in the state of Denmark is up to anyone who visits the country's capital Copenhagen. The city's architecture is a blend of historic buildings and ultra-modern developments, a bridge between the past and the future.
Go to the center of Copenhagen to find Indre By, a charming neighborhood with long roots stretching back to the middle of the 12th century. This makes it Copenhagen’s oldest neighborhood, and it is an attractive place of beautiful canals, old churches, narrow alleys and historic buildings.