Category Archives: Denmark
Copenhagen Travel Tips.
The past month has been a busy one, as I had almost non-stop friends and family visiting. Of course they did not only come to visit Copenhagen, but also to see me. 😉 And it was a pleasure for me to show them around in Copenhagen. I personally really like it when someone provides me with a lot of insider knowledge when I travel. It makes my stay easier and keeps me away from tourist traps. I love to discover new places, but having some first hand experience is always twice as nice. That’s why I thought it was time to share some of my Copenhagen travel tips with you. These tips will help you when I am not there to show you around. 🙂
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- 33Vegan in Copenhagen The older I get the more traveling is about food and trying new restaurants and cafés. I love finding inspirations on Instagram or HappyCow for vegan (friendly) places I would like to eat at. While being vegan brings so many benefits for me, finding something to eat when abroad can…
Vegan in Copenhagen
The older I get the more traveling is about food and trying new restaurants and cafés. I love finding inspirations on Instagram or HappyCow for vegan (friendly) places I would like to eat at. While being vegan brings so many benefits for me, finding something to eat when abroad can be tricky sometimes. That’s why I prepared this “Vegan in Copenhagen” blogpost to share with you some vegan places I’ve been to.
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Impressions from Kronborg Castle, Denmark.
Weekends are for traveling, right? Exploring new spots is such a nice way to end a week and enrich my Erasmus stay here in Denmark. I am kind of busy during the week (hello class attendance!). Therefore I only have the weekends to explore as much of Copenhagen and its surroundings as possible.