Hey everyone! I’ve decided to bring my travel posts back because I love putting them together and sharing my experience with you all.
I recently went on a two week vacation with my family and the first city we visited was Copenhagen. It was a new experience for me and it was super fun! But, as always, if you want to know more about my awesome trip; make sure to keep reading.
Copenhagen is a very different city from the ones I’ve visited before. It’s a very independent city filled with character and loads of bikes. There’s a lot to do and a lot to discover and even though I was there for 2 days only, I was able to learn a lot.
There are a ton of activities and fun things you can do with your family whilst in Copenhagen. Here are a few of the ones I did with mine:
- Tivoli | Tivoli is the second oldest amusement park in the world and it is located in the city. It was across the street to my hotel so I was able to have some fun without having to walk to much. The park is full of attractions, restaurants, shops and interactive games perfect to entertain the whole family.
- Boat Tour | We also took a boat tour that went around the canal and the harbor. It is a really nice tour to do if you don’t feel like walking and you don’t have much time; but you still want to explore what the city has to offer.
- Bike Tour | Biking is a daily thing for the locals in Copenhagen so it’s a great experience to get to know the city by bike and feel just like a local. Bike tours are a great way to keep everyone engaged and to visit some landmarks in the area.
Now for food, I’m gonna be honest with you, it wasn’t my favorite. If you’re really adventurous and love trying new food and different flavors then it will be an amazing experience for you. But if you’re a picky eater like I am, it will be a bit harder. It’s not like you’ll find nothing to eat but it will be more of a challenge for you. I will say one thing though, their pastries are amazing.
Some of my highlights from the trip were the shopping, the weather and my favorite by far was The Little Mermaid. I love mermaids and seeing this one in person was really special for me, even if it was actually very little.
And that is it for this post guys!
Have you ever been to Copenhagen before? Is there something you’d like to add to this post? Make sure to let me know in the comment section of this post.
Thank you all so much for reading!
Lots of love,
Photo credits – Juan Mauricio Bonifasi