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Copenaghen in 2 days!

My trip to Copenhagen was organized in a few hours. After knowing that I would have two free days in the middle of the week, I couldn’t resist the idea of going somewhere. So, as soon as I came home, I put myself in front of the computer looking for an offer.
So, it came up the name of Copenhagen in the recommended destinations and it immediately captured my attention. I was easily convinced by the idea of visiting one of the most fascinating European capitals, and I booked right away.

Starting at dawn as usual, even to make the most of the two days, at 9am I was already at the airport in Copenhagen. I had little time to understand how public transport worked, and I was already on the Metro in the direction of city center. The best way to get around the city is by public transport which is well organized and with many departures. You can choose to buy a daily ticket, limited even to certain areas. (zone 1-4 if you are not going to go too far) In this zone as well is also included the airport which is located very close to the city center. (or zone 1-99) In both cases you can take advantage of the Metro, bus or train. I am always very organized on these things and I had already downloaded the app with the map of the Metro in Copenhagen, so at 10:00 am I was already in the hotel.

Unfortunately, my room still wasn’t ready, but the hotel front desk staff was kind enough to give me a map of the city and show me the most interesting points, all within easy walking distance, given also the great location of the hotel…

So, I started to make my way around the city, camera in hand, looking for some characteristic shots…

One of the areas you definitely have to visit is Nyhavn. This is very characteristic, especially on a beautiful sunny day…

For sure here you will find a place to eat and you will also have the opportunity for some nice picture…

Then, I continued my tour heading around the area of Nørreport Station, passing also to visit the Rosenborg Castle…

After that I visited the Botanical Garden which is right next to them…

In the evening, I had the pleasant surprise of discovering that a cousin of my mother lives there in Copenhagen. Therefore, we spent the evening together.

The following day unfortunately, the weather was not the best. However, I still managed to do a little sightseeing and to salute “The Little Mermaid” of Copenhagen…

The surrounding area is also very nice to visit by taking a nice walk despite the rainy weather…

Before leaving, I was able to try the excellent Danish meat for lunch…

I would definitely take more time to visit all the beauties of this city. Although my two days were short, my time in Copenhagen was very enjoyable.

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