I went to Copenhagen and I had a blast. What an amazing and interesting city. Read here about the hotspots.
Copenhagen is the perfect city to explore through walking. Skip public transport, it’s easier, cheaper and it’s just more fun to walk through the city. But what shouldn’t you miss? Take a look below at the places that’s worth to pay a visit to.
Strøget is the longest shopping street in Europe and it’s also the longest walking street where cars aren’t allowed. You can shop here for basically everything. Clothes, shoes, beauty products but also Danish design and vintage treasures. Strøget
Nyhavn is the place to be. It’s a very special place and is very popular among tourists. If you think about Denmark, you think about this. Nyhavn is a canal with many cafés and restaurants which are colorfully painted. Nyhavn
Christian Lx’s Gade
In this neighborhood, there’s not a lot of stores to have a good shopping trip. But you can find small boutiques and vintage stores. But what’s the most attractive about this place is that it is typical Danish. Each house/store has a different color and it’s very beautiful and just very cute. Stroll around in the streets around Christian Lx’s Gade and soak in the Danish vibe. Christian Lx’s Gade
I’ve never seen a café like this in my life. Mormors means ‘grandmother from my mother’s side’. If you step inside, it feels like you stepped into your grandmother’s house. It is so old fashioned, but so cute. They have amazing pastry and great coffee and smoothies. Bredgade 45
I love cupcakes and if you love it too, you shouldn’t miss out on Serenity Cupcakes. Their interior is so dreamy and their cupcakes are the best. They change their menu every day, which gives you a reason to visit more than once. Grønnegade 32
The Little Mermaid is THE symbol of Denmark. The ‘statue’ is actually not that big, but it’s just something that you must have seen whilst visiting Copenhagen. Don’t forget to look around in that area as well. There’s a lovely park and there’s also a boardwalk. Langelinie
This is the best place to try new food. It’s basically a food hall with even more food trucks around it. There are also terraces if you want to enjoy the sun whilst eating the best food and a Danish beer. A little further, there’s a lovely park and a square where people hang out and where kids play games. Frederiksborggade 21