Old town, Tallinn : a photolog

If you have time to visit  just the Old town in Tallinn, that is enough Tallinn to take in. We thought, it is one of the most beautiful old towns in Europe. There are cafes and restaurants, courtyards  of chocolatiers and  artisans , souvenir shops, cobble stone roads, museums, Tallin's part of old defence system:... Continue Reading →

Malmö, Sweden

Malmö was a stop over in our Copenhagen trip. We got same SJ train fare from Kiruna to Stockholm and Kiruna to Malmö, so decided to take the later. It was Christmas eve and we reached pretty late. It was already dark and we walked to our hotel to keep luggage. Later we came out... Continue Reading →

Copenhagen .. Quick tips for a short trip

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 →

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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