Copenhagen Travel Guide

Copenhagen Travel Guide

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Hi loves,

 

today I want to share with you some travel recommendations for a European capital city that’s definitely underrated: Copenhagen!

The good thing is: you can get there super fast from every other city (for instance, it takes only 1,5 hours to get there from Munich) and, as it’s pretty small, 2-3 days are enough to see everything. So it’s basically the perfect destination for a 48h trip.

I would recommend to stay in a central hotel, so you can get almost everywhere on foot 🙂 The ride from the airport is also super quick, with the M2 it only takes 15 minutes to get to Nyhavn!

The first and most important must-do is of course a stroll through Nyhavn, the lovely streets along the canal, framed by colourful houses and sailing boats.

 

Copenhagen Travel Guide

 

Copenhagen Travel Guide

 

The perfect outfit for visiting the city of course has to be matchy-matchy with the houses 😉 Just click to get a similar colourful jumper and big shopper (super practical when you’re outside all day and need to carry your camera, bottle of water, make-up and everything else us girls need).

 

Copenhagen Travel Guide

 

Copenhagen can be pretty windy, so you’ll better wear a cute berret to keep your hair in place and look stylish all day long 😉 Living coral is one of my favourite colours for sping/summer 2019! You can find some amazing pieces in this trendy shade HERE. I’m currently also very much into sleek skirts: they’re perfect for a classy work outfit, as well as an easy chic look like this one.

While in Nyhavn you must definitely stop at Rajissimo and try their delicious churros!! OMG I just couldn’t get enough of them! My favourite were the ones with Nutella and those with raspberry ice cream. To die for!!

 

Copenhagen Travel Guide

 

Copenhagen Travel Guide

 

On the pic above you can see Stroget, which is one of the liveliest streets and it also has the best shops. I was actually very surprised by the great selection of stores Copenhagen has to offer! They have super cool Scandinavian Brands, affordable stores like Topshop, but also all the luxury brands (loved the Chanel store there).

And when you need a break after all the shopping, you should try some of the amazing food spots the Danish capital has to offer. The most instragammables are definitely The Union Kitchen & Cafe Baryl.

At The Union Kitchen you will find the coolest coffee ever, plus the yummiest truffle fries with chili mayo!

 

Copenhagen Travel Guide

 

Copenhagen Travel Guide

 

Copenhagen Travel Guide

 

BTW do you love armcandy as much as I do? If you’re still looking for the perfect one for summer, take a look at my favourites HERE. As the weather was still a bit chilly, I decided to pair this nude jumpsuit with a lilac oversized cardigan to stay stylish and warm at the same time 🙂

Cafe Baryl offers healthy but oh so delicious food!!! The avocado bread was possibly the best I’ve ever had and just look how pretty that beetroot latte is <3

 

Copenhagen Travel Guide

 

Copenhagen Travel Guide

 

Last but not least, remember to take a cozy scarf with you (especially on the airplane) and a cute backpack!

 

I hope you liked my Copenhagen guide and if you have any more questions, feel free to contact me in the comment section or via Instagram 🙂

 

Lots of love,

 

Mirjam

 

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