We’ve been here and we’ve been there, and our team have found a few things we thought we’d share
Top 3: dining in Refshaleøen
1. Noma 2.0: Guess who’s back. Back again. Noma’s back. Tell a friend. (René Redzepi returns after a year away.)
2. Reffen: Copenhagen Street Food hasn’t just got a new name, it’s now three times the size. Reffen, the all-new street food hub, opens in May with up to 50 food stalls.
3. Alchemist: Offering a new 45-course immersive tasting menu experience in the Danish Royal Theatre’s former set workshop. Josephine Price
The gigs we’re going to this Month in London
Russian Circles, 16 May, Oval Space // Zane Henry
Les Amazones d’Afrique, 27 May, Southbank Centre // Josephine Price
Femi Kuti, 30 May, Islington Assembly Hall // Tamsin Wressell
Step up: famous hikes by number of steps
to the top of Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa
from the USA to Canada, via the 33-mile Chilkoot Trail that takes in Alaska and Yukon
along the whole of Hadrian’s Wall Path, from coast to coast, England
on the Tour du Mont Blanc crossing France, Italy and Switzerland Source: flashpack.com/how-many-steps
Where: Dreamland Margate amusement park.
Tell me more: Daniel Webb, the artist behind Everyday Plastic, didn’t throw away any plastic for a year to create his mural, which aims to raise awareness of pollution problems. Tamsin Wressell
World’s longest zip-line
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Published in the May 2018 issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK)