The Canadian in Copenhagen

Traveling to Copenhagen for a weekend

My friend Kate came to visit me in Copenhagen the past weekend (two full days). After thinking about to do in Copenhagen for a weekend, here is what I came up with. From one foreigner to another, here is what you can do in Copenhagen for a weekend.

imageFirst, we needed a bike, a necessity for getting around Copenhagen. We thought about bike shops (which are a bit cheaper) but we went with convenience. Kate said the city bikes were great. They are a bit heavier then a normal bike so it makes it very easy to ride and it has a small motor/help mechanism. The only downside is, the spots to drop off aren’t everywhere like in London. Nonetheless, they are good. 

imageSecond, I made sure to let her have Tuborg jul øl (classic Christmas beer),   gløgg and æbleskiver. 

imageThird, we went to a bodega and played dice  (loser buying rounds of Gajol, a liquorice shot, or beer)

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Fourth, Nørrebro Bryhus for some local craft beer. Mikkeler is also a good choice.

Fifth, we had a day in Christianhavn. Starting in Christiana, showed her the wicked shaped houses and told her about their history. Then took a trip to Papirøen for some great food.

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In addition to the above mention items, when traveling to Copenhagen its of course necessary to the Little Mermaid, the Palace, and Nyhavn. Also, I made sure she had licorice (chocolate, alcohol, and candy), a pølser, and  hindbærsnitter.

What to see in Copenhagen, from one foreigner to another.

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slarrick1

Life is good. I'm a 26 year-old who loves to travel, explore, and learn new things. This a tale of my adventures from home and abroad. I hope you enjoy!

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