If you’re looking to go the cultural route, plan to start early. The Royal Danish Orchestra has an afternoon concert to kick-off the celebrations, guided by Hong Kong’s Perry So. After that, around 6 p.m. the Queen gives her speech. Then, head out to a nice dinner (be sure to scout out the restaurant early and make a reservation). Linger over dinner, then head down to Copenhagen City Hall Square. As the clock strikes 12, the sky bursts with fireworks and church bells toll.
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