Our last stop on March 5, 2017 was Copenhagen; Denmark. It was overly cold, windy and rainy. My nose and ears were frozen.
The weather wasn’t pleasant, so we couldn’t really visit the city. I think Copenhagen is one of the most expensive cities in Europe. Alone for a breakfast “rolls and tea” at the main station we paid over 15 euros (didn’t even taste good). I wouldn’t recommend shopping with these prices. In a nice cafe in the middle of the city, we warmed up with a cup of coffee.
What fascinated me is that the Danish crowns have a hole in the middle. The Danish capital Copenhagen is known for its mermaid, which is why there was a lot to see throughout the city. I think that during summer Nyhavn could have been nice to relax, but as I realized the other day, the summer is the summer is hardly there – it’s gone again. Since continued our trip in the evening, we drove back to the airport in time. Of course, the sights below are not all, I only write down those that I personally visited. Of course there is much more to see.
Sights and restaurant
- Hop-on hop-off
- Cafe north