Denmark legalized same-sex civil marriage in and same-sex church marriages in Overall, the majority of people in bigger Danish cities are open-minded, tolerant and inclusive towards the LGBTQ community. Copenhagen, in particular, has a big and diverse social scene.
I moved here in Juneto take on a job near at the end of my PhD which is in neurosciences, I did a project on looking into stem cell therapy for stroke. Actually, it is quite interesting, I never thought I would be a neuroscientist. When I was doing my bachelors, I hated neurosciences laughsI thought it was awful, I thought it was the worst kind of thing ever.
Best dance floor, with cheap drinks and cocktails! Live DJ at 11pm till closingtime. Not something special but if you'd like to visit a LGBT-frienly bar - that's the logical choice in
First-rate bean sourcing and roasting combine with fine barista skills to make La Cabra the city's best coffee spot, and the queue for a takeaway brew attests to that. An airy interior, alfresco seats and delectable…. Occasional poetry readings and live music add to the cultured air, while the short, simple tapas menu ….
Very busy at WE with live DJ, until early morning. Mixed party crowd, but very gay. Popular dance bar in the heart of the Castro.
Copenhagen today is one of the worlds most sought after travel destinations defined by a gastronomical revolution fuelled by New Nordic cuisine, Danish design that embraces simplicity, detail and minimalist beauty, and of course, there is all the museums and cultural treasure stretch back to the Viking for tourists to marvel over. And did we mention how absolutely gorgeous the Danes are…. Denmark society is somewhat intrinsically progressive, in that they — much like the Dutch — are always looking for a better way to do things.
With a population of just overpeople 1, East Jutland metropolitan area it also holds the title of Denmark's second largest city. Aarhus offers an elegant mix of cosmopolitan city and quaint small town charm, with wonderful pubs, restaurants and romantic places. The average age of its inhabitants is among the lowest in Europe.
Pan Club Copenhagen often just referred to as Pan was a gay club in central CopenhagenDenmark which closed in after having been in operation on various locations in Copenhagen since However already in private owners opened a club at the former location with the same name and concept, successfully reviving the club until It attracted a large number of people, particularly in the weekends with Saturday being the biggest night.
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