Architecture and food culture are among the things highlighted by travel guide giant Lonely Planet, which has named Copenhagen at the top of its prestigious Top 10 Cities to Visit list.

Lonely Planet published its Top 10 Cities to Visit in 2019 on Monday night.

“Denmark’s capital of cool is unstoppable. New-Nordic Noma has gourmands swooning with its new digs, urban farm and groundbreaking Scandinavian menus. The city’s booming street-food scene is smashing it on Refshaleøen, where a former shipyard is now rebooted food and craft market Reffen,” Lonely Planet writes on its website.

Other Copenhagen attractions cited by Lonely Planet include iconic 19th-century amusement park Tivoli, the rooftop ski slope installed on the top of the waste management facility at Amager Bakke, and BLOX, the new harbour-front building which houses the Danish Architecture Centre.

Next year’s planned opening of extensions to the city’s Metro system are also noted for easier travel within the capital as of next year.

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