One of my most favourite places to visit has been Copenhagen. If you’re planning a trip to Europe, including Denmark is a good idea. Danes are famously considered to be one of the most happiest people on earth and I have to agree. Apart from the happy locals, the city of Copenhagen is not only beautiful but has many things to see and do. Best way to explore the city was to hop on a bike!
My wheels! The hotel had rental bikes for a small fee and although I was hesitant at first about riding in an unfamiliar city, Copenhagen is really the perfect place to be adventurous on two wheels with its extensive and well-designed system of bike lanes. The likelihood of getting hit by a car is pretty much nil here.
Stroget is a shopping area that is one of the longest pedestrian shopping streets in Europe. Certainly worth checking out, going for a stroll, and finding some new items to take home.
Nyhavn (New Harbour) is an entertainment district on the waterfront. Lined with brightly coloured townhouses, cafes and bars its the perfect place to find yourself after a long day of sightseeing and shopping – have some dinner, grab some drinks and just people watch.
On my way back to the hotel, I couldn’t help but notice this little reminder of home.