What we found googling ‘Copenhagen’

What we found googling ‘Copenhagen’

So, Copenhagen was recently (and for the second time!) named the world’s most LGBTQ friendly place by Lonely Planet. That’s why we decided to do some research and see what other people write about our lovely city. Here’s some of the things we found …

“Copenhagen has always been a trailblazer in championing gay rights and lifestyle.”

– Windycitytravel.com

“It is hard not to fall in love with such a clean, beautiful city filled with historic sites and friendly people.”

– Nomadicmatt.com

“Denmark is a very tolerant and accepting country and LGBT people are well and truly welcome in every establishment.”

– Gaytway.eu

“Denmark has long been an open and gay-friendly destination, and the summertime Copenhagen Pride draws in thousands of tourists each August.”

– Mygaytravelguide.com

” … From its striking architecture to its happening cocktail bars to its abundant green space, Copenhagen comes pretty close to the platonic ideal of a city.”

– Time.com

“What I saw in Copenhagen was nothing short of inspiring. That city opened up and embraced the LGBT community in a way I’ve never seen and showed me how a community can treat LGBT peoples.”

– Minoritynomad.com

“Copenhagen has become known for its excellent taste in everything from architecture, furniture design, décor, fashion, and—of course—food. It’s a lot of fun, too.”

– Travelandleisure.com 

“Of all of the places I have been, Copenhagen has to be the most LGBT-friendly. After all, Denmark was one of the first countries in the world to do same-sex registered partnerships.”

– Theguardian.com

Copenhagen 2021 is the mega event that combines EuroGames and WorldPride for the first time ever.