CITY OF BICYCLES & GREAT FOOD
My summer was very busy with weddings and now when the season is over, I finally had a time to go somewhere and explore new places. This time I went to Copenhagen, a city where metro is 24/7, with my friend Lucie, just for a couple of days, to discover some new coffee shops, see the architecture and how the Danes live. We had a nice time even though it was cold, ate ridiculously great food! Actually Copenhagen’s restaurants owns 19 Michelin stars total, nice! This city is definitely on the top of the list if you want to have some gastronomical experience! Same with coffee and pastries! So basically our trip was just about eating, eating and eating! I'm not complaining at all.
I was trying my new camera - Fujifilm X-T3 and let me just say WOW! I love it so much. Check out the photos I took. I’ll also share here with you some tips where to go and what to see. Enjoy!
FOOD & COFFEE
The Coffee Collective, Atelier September, Acacia, GRØD, Lille Bakery, Statement Coffee, La Banchina, Jagger fast food (better than IN-N-OUT guys!), District Tonkin (delicious Vietnamese food)
BAST, Stalks & Roots (flower and plant shop), Studio Arhoj (ceramic studio), Lady Fingers (handmade jewellery), Studio Rov (ceramic studio), Wasteland (thrift store), Jægersborggade street, Stilleben
Nyhavn with those famous colorful houses and surroundings, Christiania, Botanical Garden (of course), Nørrebro district, Tivoli park (especially around Christmas, so magical)