I just got back last night from a 3.5 day/3 night trip to Copenhagen and this morning I was greeted by a pile of e-mails in my inbox and a mountain of work to do. As a freelancer, I should be thankful for the work, but it’s left me precious little time to keep you updated on my travels.
In the next week or so I definitely plan on sharing with you guys all the juicy details on Copenhagen, but in the mean time I’ll wet your whistle with an Instagram tour of the Danish city.
The first place I visited after checking into my hotel was Tivoli Gardens, the 2nd oldest theme park in the world. This is the view from the top of the ferris wheel there.
More Tivoli Gardens
Christianshavn is a hippie colony just outside the city centre. It operates independently from Denmark and is one of the most unique places I’ve ever visited.
Copenhagen is famous for its design and architecture prowess. These converted boat buildings caught my eye on a canal tour through the city.
Colourful Nyhavn is probably the most popular tourist attraction in all of Copenhagen.
Smorrebrod (Danish open faced sandwich)
On Sunday I took a half day trip to Hillerod to visit Fredriksborg Castle
Of course, no trip to Copenhagen would be complete without visiting Carlsberg Brewery
Carlsberg proved to be the perfect place to spend the afternoon before heading the airport.
Just a reminder – you can follow me on Instagram at girlinlondon_rtw.