Rudolph Care’s city guide to Copenhagen

Ready to explore Copenhagen? Let us guide you to our favorite places and things to see in Copenhagen. You don’t want to miss out.

Fashion and accessories at Lubarol

When browsing round Copenhagen City center, you cannot miss out on Lubarol. Aesthetically pleasing both inside and out, you will find a highly curated assortment of fashion, accessories, interior, and beauty. If you want nothing but the best, without having the same as everyone else – this is the place to go.

Danish clothing classics at Mads Nørgaard

On the always busy Strøget, you will find Mads Nørgaard; an iconic Danish brand with an impeccable focus on responsibly creating high-quality timeless designs. Mads Nørgaard is especially known for their 101-longsleeved tops, designed and made in Denmark. Find your favorite here.

Interior at Dora on Værnedamsvej

At the ever-playful interior shop; Dora on Værnedamsvej (the coziest shopping street just out of the city center), you will find pops of color and creative design for your home. With something unique for every room – whether it be soft towels or beautiful kitchenware, you’re sure to find something you never knew you were missing.

Treatment at The House of Rudolph Care

Fulfill all your skin wishes with a treatment at The House of Rudolph Care. Choose between four signature treatments based on your needs, and let your face and body melt away in the hands of our inhouse skin therapist. Book your appointment right here.

Breakfast at Apotek 57

Start your day the Scandi way at Apotek 57 – with freshly baked sourdough buns, whipped butter, and a mild, Danish cheese. The boutique cafe is located within the Nordic-minimalistic interior shop Frama Studio – so both your stomach and esthetic sense will be satisfied.

Lunch at Palægade

If Danish cuisine is especially known for one thing, it’s our open-faced sandwiches – also known as “smørrebrød”. Try pronouncing that. At the award-winning Restaurant Palægade in the heart of Copenhagen – and neighbor to some of the city’s most grandiose apartments, you can get traditional Danish courses in an elevated version. Fine ingredients, fine wine – all that’s missing is you.

Dinner at Apollo Bar

End your day with fresh ingredients and a seasonal menu at Apollo Bar. Based in Charlottenborg Museum in the famous Nyhavn, you can satisfy your inner foodie with all the Insta-worthy snacks and dishes your heart desires. Burrata, olives and fresh tartar – why pick one, when you can have it all?

Museum visit at Copenhagen Contemporary

Try something different and hop on the harbor bus (as in public transportation in boat form) to Refshaleøen. An industrial, hipster area, just a short boat trip out of the city center. Here you will find Copenhagen Contemporary; an old 7000 m2 welding hall, transformed into modern, yet raw halls, with plenty of space for large scale contemporary artwork. After being captivated by installations, performances and newer artforms, head on to the museum’s cool café Connie-Connie for art-based food.