Copenhagen is the epitome of Scandi-cool and Hans Christian Andersen. The old and the new.
Now I know why the Danish people are the happiest on the planet. The relaxed feel of the city,the quiet and the cycle lanes, there is so much to see be it: history, architecture, art, shops, you name it, it is here
We stayed four days and had so much fun. We stayed in self catering apartments which was ideal. The transport is impeccable and punctual, you can walk around the cobbled streets easily enough. Don’t wear high heels or high heeled boots, it’s a bad combination!
The food was tasty and of excellent quality. The local beer and gluhwein was lovely. The fish was tasty and the pastries were wonderful. We found a lovely food market, ask me more for more information!
There are plenty of palaces, museums to visit, sculptures and a must see is the Little Mermaid. There is a fort which is interesting and it has a windmill.
What you must see :
Nyhaven is a must see, a lovely harbour feel and good choice of restaurants and somewhere to people watch.
Tivoli, the amusement park. Tivoli has a lovely old fashioned feel and is ideal for all age-groups. There is plenty to be do and see.
We went on a walking tour for three hours which was fantastic, a wonderful insight from a local danish man.
We ventured to Northern Denmark via train to a Modern Art Museum using our Copenhagen Card. It didn’t cost us anything,as the train ride and museum entry were included in the Copenhagen Card. Wherever I go, I love to explore and venture out of the cities I am visiting . The countryside was picturesque and the art installations were amazing. Some of the painting and installations were a bit bonkers but whatever floats your boat!
Upon looking at this wonderful vista we saw the Bridge to Malmo, Sweden and planned a spur of the moment day excursion there. Please see my post on Malmo for further information.
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