Introducing the Nordic Voyager

"Less is more." Mies van der Rohe 

The Nordic Voyager is our most recent travel guide collection, and includes Copenhagen—Vesterbro, Iceland—Reykjavík, and Stockholm—Södermalm. For a wee taste of these amazing places, we’ve gathered lists of the perfect shops and cafes to visit in Copenhagen and Stockholm, when in pursuit of hygge and Fika


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hygge

Hygge is the Danish art of enjoying life’s simple pleasures, and the everyday practice of gratitude for the comfort of friends, family, food and home, which enrich and untangle our complicated lives.


4/ Lidkoeb
Vesterbrogade 72b, 1620 København
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5/ Cafe Atelier September
Gothersgade 30, 1123 København K
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1/ Bang og Jensen
Istedgade 130, 1650 København V
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2/ Höst
Nørre Farimagsgade 41, 1364 København K
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3/ The Living Room
Larsbjørnsstræde 17, 1454 København K
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Fika

Fika is the art of the Swedish coffee break. It doesn’t necessarily involve coffee (it could be tea or soda) and is about taking a pause to appreciate the good things in life, on your own or with those you love.


4/ Coffice
Tjärhovsgatan 5 Stockholm
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5/ Johan & Nyström
Swedenborgsgatan 7 Stockholm
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1/ Drop Coffee
Wollmar Yxkullsgatan 10 Stockholm
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2/ Fabrique Stenugnsbageri
Rosenlundsgatan 28 Stockholm
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3/ il caffè söder
Södermannagatan 23 Stockholm
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For more delicious places to explore in Copenhagen—Vesterbro, Iceland—Reykjavík, and Stockholm—Södermalm check out our Nordic Voyager collection here.

Keaton Fletcher