The Faroe Islands' stark, sharp topography makes for great hiking and photography. Here are nine villages, outdoor attractions and museums not to be missed.
The Faroe Islands are an outdoor enthusiasts dream destination. Besides hiking, it's spectacular for horseback riding, fishing, cliff jumping and much more.
The New Nordic food movement has revived traditional Faroese cooking. Here is a selection of our favorite tables in the Faroes, all on the island of Streymoy.
Most of the best shops in the Faroe Islands are found in Torshavn, the islands' friendly and walkable main town. Here is a selection of our favorite stores.
Iceland and the Azores have been at the top of American bucket lists. Now another remote destination in the Atlantic is gaining attention: the Faroe Islands.
Remote Atlantic islands like Iceland have risen to the top of American bucket lists. Now the Faroe Islands are trending as a place to get away from it all.
A gastronomic revolution has been afoot in Scandinavia for 15 years, yet it's still under the radar. Here are 5 of the top restaurants for New Nordic cuisine.
Copenhagen has lacked a boutique hotel of real distinction. This changed in November 2017 with the opening of the 54-room Hotel Sanders.
As food lovers know, Denmark has recently become a culinary destination. Here are six outstanding Denmark restaurants Mr. Harper recommends.
In Copenhagen, Mr. Harper enjoyed a few days at the city's best hotel, sampled excellent new restaurants and revisited favorite museums.
Three hours west of Copenhagen is the first Legoland park, Legoland Billund Resort, in the town where the Lego Group was founded in 1932.
On a 10-day trip, I found the Denmark countryside to be a wonderful destination for delicious food, impressive castles and charming hotels.
Two museums in Denmark that are worth your time: the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, in Copenhagen, and the lesser known Skagens Museum, in Skagen.
The June Hideaway Report follows Mr. Harper's travels to Denmark. He discovered five new luxury hotels to recommend.
Mr. Harper visits the Denmark countryside in a 10-day circular tour of its two main islands. Then he stops in the Lone Star State in search of great hotels.
Each year, we have the pleasure of recalling our travel experiences and singling out a number of particularly memorable hotels and resorts. Here are the properties that Andrew Harper selected in Europe.
From classic European cities to unspoiled Himalayan refuges, Andrew Harper lists his picks for where you should travel in 2015.
The exceptionally elegant Hotel d’Angleterre has recently reopened following a spectacular two-year, $20 million renovation. The 250-year-old neoclassical building is ideally located on Kongens Nytorv (“The King’s New Square”), steps from the fashionable Strøget shopping street (home to the famous Illums Bolighus Danish design emporium).
Copenhagen now has two Michelin two-star restaurants — much-lauded noma and Geranium — but there is also a constellation of one-star places.
A video of our stay at Hotel d'Angleterre in Copenhagen, Denmark as reviewed in the July 2014 issue of the Hideaway Report.
Some of our favorite art museums in the United States and Europe have recently opened some fascinating special exhibitions, ranging from retrospectives of monumental Impressionists to assemblages of Mayan masterpieces.
Stig Nygaard Copenhagen has built a number of remarkable new attractions over the last several years: Daniel Libeskind’s starkly cubist Jewish Museum