Copenhagen was where I really felt like I started my Europe Trip. The feeling that my journey had begun really hit me when I met my friend getting off the metro station. The streets, the weather, the people around was everything I had imagined it to be like in my head and better. Perhaps it was all the excitement or really the case – nevertheless, I soaked it all in.
At this point I must warn the reader – I didn’t do a “lot” in Copenhagen, so if you’re here for travel tips skim down to the very bottom of the page. Copenhagen was my first proper stop and a break from the crazy few weeks I had prior to my trip so I really took the time to relax, get rested, hang out with my friend and do some planning for the rest of the journey.
I did create a short video of some of the places I went to. I wish I had done a bit of video editing before my trip because almost half of my footage until I edited my first video is going to be useless. More on this in another blog post..
Copenhagen is also written in Danish as København (yea, not so fun fact? – like i said I did a lot of resting and sleeping here less fun fact learning)
Sights I saw:
Food & Drinks
Language & Culture:
Phrases & Words I learnt:
Tips for Travelers:
- Was fairly easy to get around using public transport
I am definitely going back to Copenhagen. Next time I go I’ll probably do a free walking tour if there’s one available and maybe even rent a bike (as long as it’s not too cold). Also on the list – Smørrebrød. Especially after it was featured in this Lonely planet list of top food experiences around the world.