If you think the places I last published were awesome, wait till you see this post! Okay, they’re equally amazing– but I really find Nyhavn my favorite spot in all of the city’s tourist destinations (or the one I’ve seen just yet). Given the chance, I would definitely go back here in a heartbeat. I still have so many places on my list I want to see, restaurants / cafes to try, fun bars to go to, and the list goes on. In the meantime, let me share with you this last post dedicated for Copenhagen.
We went to Ordrupgaard Museum, a bit far from the city but worth it if you love art and furniture. It’s an outdoor museum and you’ll see so many interesting artworks there.
Some of Finn Juhl’s furniture are displayed here as well. If you guys don’t know who he is, he’s a famous Danish architect, interior and industrial designer and is very popular because if his iconic furniture designs.
This looks pretty cool now, but please note that these designs were made back in the 1950s.
My favorite spot: Nyvahn. It’s always crowded here because it’s probably the most popular spot in the city (google Copenhagen and you’ll get what I mean haha).
Lunch break at The Union Kitchen– great food and instagrammable dishes. How can you go wrong? Make sure to order coffee too– hot because the foam art’s the cutest. We ordered cold and realized it was the wrong decision after they served it lol.
Shopping destination: Stroget. Personally, I still liked the street I blogged previously (click HERE to read about it) because it’s less tourist and there are more local designer there, but this one is also nice!
If you want really nice and affordable decor, go to Illums Bolighus!
Tivoli Garden, next to Nyvahn, is probably one of the most visited places in Copenhagen too. It’s a huge amusement park and people love drinking and chilling here at night.
So happy I went with my college bestie Katrina Loring. It’s always a fun (and funny) trip whenever I’m with her. Till our next destination! BMS.