What to see in Copenhagen in March 2018
A guide to this March in Copenhagen
Copenhagen rules the school when it comes to northern Europe capital of fun and March has the cultural cocktail of good times to offer up for those lucky visitors to Denmark's heartland. So as spring arrives make sure you're ready to cast off the winter and prepare for some good times ahead!
Sauna Festival 2018
Saunaevent 16-17th March, Refshaleøen
One of our favourite festivals is the annual Sauna Festival in March - a weekend of getting hot and steamy with locals and visitors alike, all in the outside setting of Refshaleøen. There's music, beers, hot food and drinks, live bands, and clothes are optional! The event is open to everyone so if you’re curious, a sauna lover, young or old - this is the festival for you. The special music events are at 7pm and the seven it open until 11pm Friday and 10pm Saturday. Tickets are from 225 DKK.
For more information or tickets click here or go visit the Facebook page.
Budding film-makers paradise: CPH:DOX
The film draws film talent from around the globe to show their movies for the first time here, there are 200 films to watch so you will be spoilt for choice! And the festival is more than film with parties and a concert series at a number of venues to mix film and music and to mark this annual Scandinavian highlight.
The festival has been growing in popularity and influence with the opening gala is taking place at the Royal Danish Theatre! The films will cover themes as different as technology, human rights, feminism and radicalisation and that's just the tip of the iceberg!
To get involved and buy tickets visit here
Tivoli at Easter
A glimpse of genius
Don't miss out on a once in a lifetime cultural experience when a much-anticipated celebration of the artist genius Pablo Picasso throws open its doors at one of the world's most stunning modern art museums, Louisiana until the 27 May 2018.
This must-see exhibition has already been listed as one of the year's most exciting art events by the New York Times and is dedicated to Picasso's rarely-seen painted ceramics.
What's more the exhibition is being held at the famed Louisiana, in the picturesque surroundings of the coast, the prefect dramatic backdrop to the art on show. Louisiana is just a short train ride from central Copenhagen and offers amazing permanent art on show, not to mention the world's best sculptures in its beautiful gardens.
To find out more visit here
Embrace the other side of Copenhagen
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