Copenhagen has rightly earned a name for itself as one of the best culinary destinations in the world, thanks largely in part to the much-lauded Noma. But it's not the only reason Denmark should be on your foodie bucket list—Henne Kirkeby Kro, a cluster of homey, thatched cottages nestled in the Jutland far west of the city, has a charm (and a mouthwatering menu) all its own.
From smørrebrød to flæskesteg, Danish cuisine is the best part of any trip to Denmark—and no city does ultra-local, modern dishes better than Copenhagen. Take a look at The Telegraph's list of the best new restaurants in town:
There are few things as comforting as a good book and a hot drink.
When I travel, one of my favourite methods of settling into a new city is to grab my e-reader and head to the most eclectic neighbourhood cafe I can find for several blissful hours of reading, sipping, and people-watching. It seems that Nicole of Eat This Poem has similar opinions on the way literature and local fare can connect you to a place regardless of whether you're there for a few days or a few years—the "literary city guides" on her website are brimming with the kind of slow travel vibes we love here at Native Traveler.
Check out writer and Mexico City resident Lydia Carey's Literary City Guide to Mexico City and brace yourself for the wanderlust to hit.