48 Hours In Copenhagen: Photo Diary.

48 Hours In Copenhagen: Photo Diary. 48 Hours In Copenhagen: Photo Diary.

Copenhagen is officially my new favourite place in the entire world. I’m not even joking. You can keep London, Paris and everywhere else. Copenhagen is definitely the place for me. I’m already having a think about when I can head back and fill in all the little gaps that I missed. Can I move there? Is another move to another city just too much?

Copenhagen is just fabulous. The efficiency of Denmark, the chilled out vibe, the focus on hygge (essentially coziness) and literally everything about it. If you’ve seen my instagram lately, you’ll know that it made a massive change to my usual beige-on-beige that comes with living in Paris. Copenhagen had so much colour and ah man, take me back right now!

I’m not going to go into too many details on this post because I only went for two days and am no way qualified to give you a guided tour or whatever. I just want to share the beauty of Copenhagen (and also how darn cute my hostel was: Woodah Hostel).

Can I also just say that the food in Copenhagen is just fabulous. Not fabulous in a gourmet way – hell, they seem to specialise in hotdogs, open sandwiches and pastries (obv.) – but fabulous in a ‘why is everything so comfortable in my belly? Why am I so happy? Why is food so delicious?’ kinda way. Take a look at that hotdog down there! All that for about £3. People say Copenhagen is expensive but they clearly have never lived in Paris. Try even finding a Diet Coke for £3 in Paris and there’s no way you’ll manage! It’s also home to possibly the greatest number of edgy cafés, in the smallest area ever. Every single street is beautiful and is home to somewhere that serves its food in plant pots or mason jars, or whatever.

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If there’s one thing that I can recommend to you to do in Copenhagen, it’s the Free Walking Tours. In the two days that I was there, I took three tours and would have happily taken another. Sure you walk forever and ever, and sure I got sunburnt (I know, right!?) but I’ve never met a team of people so keen to educate you on Copenhagen’s really cool history, and so excited to show you their home. Massive shout out to each and every one of my tour guides. You guys were awesome and I’ll be recommending you to everyone I meet. And all for free! (Okay so you pay by tipping at the end and to be honest, if you don’t tip them, you’re a bad person.)

I’d also like to add that I went into a three-story Tiger store, as well as the original flagship Tiger store, and definitely cried. I’m not even going to hide the fact. I’m not ashamed. I spent one of the walking tours deciding how much I could fit in my hand luggage home and how much I could spend without feeling guilty. I don’t think there’s a Tiger in Paris (correct me if I’m wrong) so honestly I had the time of my life!

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Have you ever been to Copenhagen?
How do I become a Danish citizen?



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  • Ohh I loooved Copenhagen too, it is such a gorgeous city and you’re right – the vibe there is just the best. I really want to explore more of Scandinavia!

    Jasmin Charlotte

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  • I LOVED Copenhagen so much! So much water, so much green and this mix houses and new buildings looks amazing!

    Aria

    https://pandaonavespa.wordpress.com/welcome/

  • amazing photos!!! id love to go to copenhagen it looks so god damn pretty !!

    Hannah at Hannah Venables / A CREATIVE LIFESTYLE BLOG

  • I’ve never been to Copenhagen but omg it looks absolutely beautiful!! 🙂 From the photos I can tell that it’s definitely a place I’d love as well x

    Sara / AboutLittleThiings

  • Miu

    For Danish citizenship you must have lived at least 9 years in Denmark and fulfill some other requirements as well 😉

  • I have never been to denmark but it looks exactly like my mum’s favorite movies! (: surely a place i won’t mind exploring.

    xx from Brighton
    Cate ღ kate/idoscope

  • Would never have thought it was so pretty!! I’m adding this to my travel list. Your photos are beautiful x

    Tamz | http://www.throughneweyesx.com

  • Oh my god it looks AMAZING! Looking at flights and they’re so cheap, so I think I’m booking myself a trip after this! Your photos are just gorgeous, Imii x

    Martha Jane | http://www.marthajanemusic.com

  • Bethan

    I’ve always wanted to visit Copenhagen and I think you’ve made me want to go more! It looks so chilled and colourful! xx

    http://www.bethanlikes.com

  • Copenhagen is never somewhere I’ve even considered visiting. Until now! It looks great. Lovely photos! x http://www.aimeeraindropwrites.co.uk x

  • I’m so glad you loved Copenhagen. It’s by far my favourite city! I love living so close, with only the bridge between me and the city. I will definitely miss living so close to Copenhagen when I move away at the end of the month! I love the whole vibe of the city even though I feel regularly intimidated by all the beautiful people living there. 😉
    Patti Shifting Tales

  • Copenhagen looks truly amazing – your photos are so gorgeous, sounds so fab!

    Lucy | Forever September