10 reasons why I loved Copenhagen

Cool vibes. Seriously. I really felt at home in Copenhagen.

Ordering 2 pints of IPA at 11 am after visiting the first Carlsberg Brewery.

People make you feel at ease. And I felt super safe.

Eating at Copenhagen Street Food; a former paper warehouse transformed by artists into a giant food & design paradise.

Nailing your diet as all the food you’ll find is super healthy.

Having a walk at Freetown Christiana, a self-proclaimed autonomous neighbourhood, aka Green Light District.

Architecture around the canals is splendid!

Grabbing cheap Danish-designed stuff in the 14 Flying Tiger shops around the city.

Emerging from the crowd of tourist to see The Little Mermaid.

Navigating through the city by bike: they have priority over cars and cycling paths are huge!

 

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Love the atmosphere around the canals

 

 

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Little Mermaid and her fans

 

 

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Welcome to the Green Light District

 

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Street art everywhere
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Congrats, you are back in the European Union!

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2 thoughts on “10 reasons why I loved Copenhagen”

    1. They are quite helpful and friendly once you break the barrier! And, of course, most of them speak perfect English so that’s very convenient 🙂 I felt really welcomed, and I guess it’s mainly thanks to the local crowd that, even indirectly, wants to make you feel at home in Copenhagen too!

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