the Jutes and other great danes from the province with pierced sommerferieplaner can benefit from helping the capital.
Friday was the hotels in copenhagen – with a paraphrase of a Venstreborgmesters words – a solid los in the index of the S-government.
Here set out the prime minister, Mette Frederiksen (S), as you know, the ban on foreign tourists must stay in the sterile hotels in Copenhagen.
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Allan Mylius Thomsen together with the owner of the Restaurant Puk on Vandkunsten, Uffe Andersen. Photo: Tariq Mikkel Khan
Now the hotel industry in Copenhagen, only hope that landsfællerne in the province of strikes at some of the slagtilbud in hotel rooms for half the price, which is just now pouring out.
Ekstra Bladet has asked the colorful byhistoriker, Allan Mylius Thomsen, about three tips to stavnsbundne jutland and funen, and tourists, who might be just now considering about some of the summer break to be used in Copenhagen.
– They should certainly avoid the turistmagneterne as Strøget, Tivoli gardens and The little mermaid, finds the soon-to-72-year-old author, byhistoriker and member of Copenhagen city council (EL).
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Mylius Thomsen is known for its street-tours of Copenhagen Byvandrerlaug and have also a pleasant sense of cunning places with tasty beer and good food.
All seasoned with anecdotes and historical knowledge about each and every street or alley in Copenhagen.
– As a tourist in Copenhagen, you have to let the car stand. Transport around the city by metro, S-train or on rented bikes.
– Copenhagen, consists in reality of a lot of different ’villages’. Each and every has its own distinctive character – and in the past it had every single brokvarter even its own københavnerdialekt. You could hear if people came from Amager, copenhagen or Vesterbro, explains Allan Mylius Thomsen, who has lived all his life in the capital.
The last 25 years in the ’Pisserenden’ behind the West, and Nørre Voldgade.
--------- SPLIT ELEMENT ---------the Medieval town
Although Strøget, for god's sake should be avoided, according to Allan Mylius Thomsen – then Danish tourists in Copenhagen do not miss the Medieval city.
– It was here it all began. You must go in the side streets or in parallel with the main street. A good idea is to take the Subway to city hall and go down the Vestergade, he says, not very many feet before he sticks his head into the Brew Pub.
– Here is a nice patio. It is the only place ’inside the walls’, which brews its own beer. They have agreement so that you can eat and drink with a good conscience. There are many restaurants in the area and it is easy to find a rygerværtshus, says Mylius Thomsen.
He proposes to cross over Gammeltorv & Nytorv, which was once the centre of the capital.
Possibly provianterer on the sunny place ’Vandkunsten’, which is named after an old water mill and continue by Magstræde down to the Old Beach, after the Metro-work has become the new ’Nyhavn’ with a view to Christiansborg palace, thorvaldsen's Museum and the canals, which frame the Harbour.
from Here you can continue with the new metroring.
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Copenhagen consists of a lot of different ’villages’, explains Allan Mylius Thomsen.
The new metro ring connects them in a whole new way – and skips example of in the district of Vesterbro near the central train station, so is all of the area's street names named after the fathers of the abolition repeal; Reventlow, Stamping, Colbjørnsen and Bernstorff.
In the old days of closed internal Copenhagen ports at 20, then Vesterbro has always been packed with hotels and boarding houses.
today is the pivtomme – but Vesterbro for the last 20-25 years been transformed into a walk-in-the-city-the area with The White meat city as a central focal point.
– Vesterbro and Nørrebro was the first spekulationsbyggeri in Copenhagen. Today, it is taken over by the middle class. The difference between the two parts is seen especially by reorganized Nørrebro to tear the whole blocks down, while the man went on more gently approach in the Vesterbro district, where the preserved forhusene, says Mylius Thomsen.
--------- SPLIT ELEMENT ---------Avoid the other tourists
– the Copenhageners don't bother right Tivoli. So I would definitely recommend that one as jutland or funen tourist jumps on the S-train and take a ride on the Hill.
– There are actually not very many tourists. So there, you meet locals, says Allan Mylius Thomsen on allegedly the world's oldest amusement park.
in Addition to the usual fun, celebration and colours, he highlights that there has just come a new Pierrot after 23 years.
The new actor Morten Eisner, who among other things has been inside the Teddy bear from Bamses picture Book.
And so had the water from the Kirsten Piils Source of the incidentally have a beneficial effect against the disease. In the old days drank the man the water of an unused lerkrus and slept at the source with a small bag of soil below the head to get to grips with the disease, says Allan Mylius Thomsen.Mayor: A kick in the balls Photo: Jens Dresling/Ritzau Scanpix
– It is a kick in the balls for the copenhagen hotel and tourism industry.
How does it sound from Copenhagen beskæftigelsesborgmester, Cecilia Lonning-Skovgaard (V) after the government's decision to 15. June opens for Norwegian, icelandic and German tourists.
They must just not spend the night at hotels in Copenhagen and at Frederiksberg.
– We have in Copenhagen seen unemployment explode with 8000, and 15,000 employees in the tourism industry are repatriated with pay. Now, many of them first reckon with to get in the job about a year, says Cecilia Lonning-Skovgaard.
Also horesta's executive director Katia K. Østergaard, is amazed.
I have long had a hard set to see the logic in a number of the actions taken in connection with the decommissioning. But, as the government presented Friday, beats anything on the logic scale. It is so un-Danish courage to share the land with different rules geographically, she says.
Both are wondering that tourists good must go walk on the main street or in a restaurant.
– However, on the night where they sleep, are they, so obviously, extra infectious, if it takes place in a hotel room in Copenhagen, says Katia K. Østergaard.
the Tourism industry is one of Denmark's largest export industry. Up until a few months ago was hotels and restaurants, Denmark's biggest jobs.
– It here are also grave consequences for all of the hotels ' suppliers. Foreign tourists in Copenhagen, generating a turnover of € 33 billion. kr. annually. It here will cost thousands of jobs, she says.
– Over half of the country's hotels are closed because there are no guests. The rest have somewhere between one and ten guests live.
– On the national level we see a decrease in revenue of 90 per cent of hotels and 80% for the restaurants.