Hello, all! I’m back from my trip to Copenhagen, having had a wonderful time. It’s an absolutely beautiful city with a fantastically warm and friendly atmosphere. We also really lucked out with the weather, which was amazing. I highly recommend a visit here to anyone who may be planning a holiday of their own, and thought I’d share a few snaps of my favourite sights to hopefully give you a taste of what the Danish capital has to offer.
Nyhavn; one of the most vibrant, picturesque parts of town.
A fountain depicting the Norse goddess, Gefjon, and the neighbouring St. Alban’s Church.
Climbing Rundetaarn (The Round Tower), and a view over the city from the top.
Rosenborg Castle and grounds (left); and the Botanical Gardens (right).
Inside The Royal Reception Rooms at Christiansborg Palace.
Some more shots of the grandeur at Christiansborg Palace.
A few of my favourite pieces from a sand sculpture exhibition. Each piece depicts an endangered species.
Pictures don’t do justice to the scale of the sculptures, or the level of detail that went in to creating them.
Views enjoyed from a boat tour of the canal.
Tivoli; a vast entertainment area in the heart of the city that includes gardens, live performers, an amusement park, and lots of bars & restaurants.
Tivoli is a charming and bustling place that’s well worth a visit.
Perhaps Copenhagen’s most famous resident: The Little Mermaid; accompanied by a cute family of swans that were swimming by her when we visited.
Have you been to Copenhagen? What were your favourite sights?