Four days in Copenhagen. What to see?
Todays post is another one on Copenhagen but unlike the previous post this is not about fashion and shopping. This post is all about what to see in Copenhagen and more so what to experience in there. And of course here are just a few things to do while visiting and no means only things to experience.
But that being said let's go and get lost in Copenhagen!
Nyhavn is Copenhagen's harbor and close to shopping street Strøget. In there you find cute houses, seafood restaurants and an Copenhagen's theatre house with an incredible ocean view.
Little mermaid is really quite iconic tourist attraction in Copenhagen and it's only a walk away from Nyhavn. Take some time to spend on the Denmarks seaside and enjoy the salty wind.
Kronborg Castle, Helsingør
I'm sure many of you know the Shakespeare's play Hamlet. Well, Hamlet was a prince of Denmark who actually lived in this very castle of Kronborg. It is a perfect place to visit if you're interested in history, culture or just want to see life outside Copenhagen. So be prepared to get swept away in the old rooms of the European monarchs.
Trip to Helsingør by train will take you about 45 minutes and the distance from Helsingør station to Kronborg is not much at all because you can literally see it from the station. If you're worried about wasting you're time sitting in the train don't. Think of it as an adventure and look through the window with an open mind.
Firstly we visited Tivoli at night time so that's why I didn't take that many pictures if not any. So sorry about that.
Tivoli is a carnival or some sort of amusement park but still not quite like amusement park. It's near Copenhagen's train station and close to the other end of Strøget. It's the place to go if you want to have some fun and it's definitely worth visiting at night time especially during Halloween. Tivoli has roller coasters and carousel's for every taste and its wide food range won't leave you feeling hungry.
So if you're all about having a fun night, head to Tivoli!
Thank you so much for reading and remember if live can be an adventure let it be the best one you ever get to experience.