WALKING . THROUGH . COPENHAGEN

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WALKING . THROUGH . COPENHAGEN 

Copenhagen, fast approaching Amsterdam as being one of my favorite cities. I love everything about this city and anyone who knows me, knows I jump at the chance to recommend great places to visit. 

One of my favorite films " The Danish Girl " was set in the city and really captured its beauty .. Take a walk around Copenhagen and enjoy all the scenes where this stunning film was set. 

 

Nyhavn 

Nyhavn is the oldest part of Copenhagen harbor and many of the houses were built in the 17th century. 

 

Copenhagen Botanical Garden 

The Botanical Garden is located in the center of Copenhagen. The garden covers an area of 10 hectares and is particularly noted for its extensive complex of historical glasshouses dating from 1874. The garden is open for the public so free entry! Grab a coffee in the sun from the little van parked on the green, the perfect spot for relaxing after a busy day walking and exploring. 

 

Snaregade and Magstræde

Walk down Snaregade and Magstræde, two of Copenhagen’s oldest streets, which like the neighboring streets have preserved the cobblestones and old buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries. Soak up the atmosphere and take a break at one of the many cafés in the area. A great photo opportunity! 

 

Smørrebrød

The locals love it and so did I! Essentially an open-faced sandwich usually featuring rye sourdough bread, smorrebrod present different combinations of seafood, meat, vegetables and condiments, and are typically enjoyed with a cold local beer or snaps.

In the next posts I will share some of my all time favorites and must do's when in Copenhagen. 

Photos by: Me