Denmark

48 hours in Copenhagen, Denmark

Spending just 48 hours in Copenhagen, Denmark, seems like a relatively short time span, seeing as there is quite a lot to see and do. However, I found that it was a good amount of time, just to give me a taste of Danish life and left me wanting to return, to explore beyond the big city. If you have just got a weekend, or 48 hours to explore the city, here are my top...

Trippin’ around Freetown Christiania, Denmark

What would happen if one day; you wake up and decide that, you don’t like the country you’re in? You may think about moving to another, or campaigning to your local council, or even parliament. OR You could start your own country (of course!) There are over 70 micro nations in the World, and I had no idea about any of them, until I met up with Jonny from...

Discovering Copenhagen with bike the city

Cycling in Copenhagen is as natural as breathing. It is one of the main things you will notice about the city – there are bicycles everywhere; and it is apparent that it is very much part of the culture of the city. Having not been to Amsterdam before (another bike friendly city) the amount of bicycles I was seeing was quite profound. Copenhagen is a very bike...

Staying at the Generator Hostel, Copenhagen

It is no secret that staying in Copenhagen isn’t for the budget conscious. Although part of the EU, Denmark has held on to its heritage and still uses the Danish Krone. People in Denmark have a much better standard of living, and as such, prices reflect this; not only for the locals, but for tourists visiting. An example of prices are 25 DKK for a bottle of...

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