There are good hotels and hostels near Central train station. If you are backpacking and travelling by bus like Flix bus, those bus also stop close to the Central station. This area also has many cheap food joints. Two major tourist attraction Tivoli and Tycho Brahe planetarium are very close the central station. We stayed... Continue Reading →
Christiansborg Palace & Rosenborg Castle, Denmark.
Whenever you think of European capital cities, the visual of palaces and castles come into mind, the baroque, neo-baroque and neo-classicism architectures to blow your mind away! Copenhagen is no exception, it houses more than 5 palaces, some used as Government buildings, some are the residence of the royals.. We were able to visit two... Continue Reading →
The little mermaid and her creator..
" Just living is not enough..one must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower" -H C Anderson. As a child as well as growing up, fairy tales have been part of my life, they just changed their perspective is all. Even before I knew about Copenhagen, I knew about Hans Anderson and his fairy tales... Continue Reading →
National Gallery of Denmark..
The SMK is the national gallery of Denmark and the largest art museum in the country. The museum is located in central Copenhagen, near to the Rosenberg palace and Museum of Natural History. While my husband went to explore Niels Bohr Institute, I chose to witness the Danish & Nordic arts of the last few... Continue Reading →
Nyhavn, Copenhagen : Denmark
We visited Nyhavn, the 17th-century waterfront, canal and entertainment district in Copenhagen, Denmark on the Christmas day. It is the home for brightly coloured 17th and early 18th century townhouses and bars, cafes and restaurants. The canal harbours many historical wooden ships. It is most probably the most visited neighbourhood in Copenhagen. It was too cold... Continue Reading →
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