On my recent trip to Copenhagen I did whatever any social media-savvy city breaker would do: I took a lot of photos. Here are some of my favourites from out and about in Copenhagen, which also happen to provide a neat little tour of the city.
Tivoli gardens were closed whilst I was there in preparation for Halloween
Apparently Hans Christian Andersen lived in the red light district but died a virgin. The things you learn when on a waking tour…
#absalonattitude Fish on the base of the statue of Bishop Absalon. They looked decidedly more friendly than the man who the statue commemorated sounded
#nevergreynyvahn Nyvahn continues to look beautiful and colourful, even under a cloudy grey sky
Birds preen themselves on nests just inside the cordoned off part of Copenhagen waters, where the military play with their big ships (or something)
#stalkingborgen Looking down through Christianborg. This is also one of the places they film the Danish show (that’s a huge hit internationally): Borgen
Frederiksbeg gardens moving steadily into autumn
Rosenborg Slot on a cold, grey day is no less pretty
#roundwego Round and round the Rundetåan. The tower has only a handful of steps to climb.
#notachurch Good to know
#happywall Copenhagen wins in interactive street art
#letmetakeaselfie The National Museum is selfie-venligt, apparently
#canalchilling Got to be my favourite activity in Copenhagen
Who says that when you travel solo that you’re always alone?