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Greetings from the capital! I was just in Copenhagen for a job interview and I did a lot of sightseeing while I was there.

I love, love, LOVE the Copenhagen vibe!

Aside from ridiculously bad weather the first day, I was thrilled to explore the city. Strolling down the pedestrian street lined with local shops and just taking in the scent of homemade waffles, Asian cuisines and fresh flowers reminded me why I fell for Copenhagen in the first place. There’s soooo much going on, culture-wise, people-wise. So many opportunities compared to smaller cities in Denmark.

Although the capital is quite big compared to Danish standards (570,000 inhabitants), most major sights are within walking distance of each other. I spent a few hours at some of the most popular highlight such as Nyhavn, Torvehallerne (food court), some of the castles and the Pedestrian street (Strøget). I also got the chance to spend time with family, and it was lovely to see them again.

Copenhagen, I will return soon. Probably sooner than later.

Have a great week, adventurers.

Nyhavn

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Downtown Copenhagen

Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen, Denmark

The Town Square (Rådhuspladsen)

Rådhuspladsen, Copenhagen

Photo of the Week 23 - Copenhagen

Family

Photo of the Week 23 - Copenhagen
Photo of the Week 23 - Copenhagen

The Queen’s life guards at Amalienborg

Life guards, Amalienborg, Copenhagen

Food Court (Torvehallerne)

Torvehallerne, Copenhagen
Torvehallerne, Copenhagen
Torvehallerne, Copenhagen
Torvehallerne, Copenhagen

The Round Tower (Rundetårn), built 1642

Rundetårn, Copenhagen

Inside the Church of Trinitatis

Rundetårn, Copenhagen

 Have you been to Copenhagen?