This has got to be the one with the best view. I actually walked through Stroget to get to Nyhavn. it’s a decent walkable distance. Nyhavn is a 17th century canal lined with old fashioned looking houses painted in multicolours. some are actually cosy cafes which u can sit in and just while away admiring the view. I have 8 hours to kill and it was cold outside as it was almost winter, I found a nice cafe to sit and sip good hot chocolate. I notice the the tables outside the cafes are well equipped with blankets for the comfort of diners.
The colourful houses slong Nyhavn. This was taken after husband’s done with meeting.
The view from inside one of the cafe. stopped by on the way to Amalienborg Palace for hot choc. This was taken when i was alone. the kind bartender gave me a hotchoc top-up. yeay:)
Is actually a preserved fortress which is still an active army ground when needed. It served as a public park as well. I walked through this to get to the little mermaid. It was such a quiet and peaceful walk with crazy breathtaking view of little hills covered in green carpet grass. canons a placed here and there. i find the red buildings amusing. Gefion fountain is also there. one of the attractions.
4. Take shoefies everywhere you go.
Cuz you’re alone and embarrassed to approach everyone to help take your pic hehe. It’s interesting to look through the pics and see where you’ve set your feet on:) here are some of mine:
Okay! Hope these tips will help anyone who’s planning a short trip to Copenhagen. Most of the attractions are reachable by foot so comfy sneakers are a must. And because everything is near, I went twice! once alone and another time with husband. picture collecting time:P hence all the couple pics I posted.
Last but not least, thanks for reading through. 3 more pics before we go!