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Solo Traveling: How to Spend 24 hours in Copenhagen

Solo Traveling: How to Spend 24 hours in Copenhagen by @thisgirlgiggles



COPENHAGEN EDITION – @THISGIRLGIGGLES





#1. Walk around in Nyhavn

Being in Nyhavn feels like you’re on a movie set. Very colourful and hip. It’s an entertainment district with a 17th-century waterfront and canal. Enjoy some dinner, beer, and just take it all in.

Solo Traveling: How to Spend 24 hours in Copenhagen

Solo Traveling: How to Spend 24 hours in Copenhagen

Solo Traveling: How to Spend 24 hours in Copenhagen

 



#2. Hit up Copenhagen Street Food

Copenhagen Street Food offers sushi, Turkish/Italian/Brazilian/Indian/Vegan/Vegetarian/Thai/Chinese/Korean food, hot dogs, burgers, sandwiches, juice bar, sweets, coffee. These street foods are so delicious and it is very budget friendly.

Solo Traveling: How to Spend 24 hours in Copenhagen

Solo Traveling: How to Spend 24 hours in Copenhagen

Solo Traveling: How to Spend 24 hours in Copenhagen

photo credit: danish photographer

Solo Traveling: How to Spend 24 hours in Copenhagen

 

 



#3. Be a kid again in Tivoli Gardens

This famous amusement park opened back in 1843 and it’s the 2nd oldest operating amusement park in the world! It is only minutes away from downtown. It’s a must!

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photo credit: @mathiasruddk via instagram

Photo Diary: Athens, Greece

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Photo Diary: Athens, Greece

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#4. Take a picture with The Little Mermaid

To be honest, it is a little out of the way but it’s worth the 10-minute cab ride from downtown. This bronze statute is more than 100 years old and it’s one of the most famous attractions in Denmark.

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#5. Take a stroll in Freetown Christiania neighborhood

This neighborhood is quite interesting. Christiania declared its own neighborhood as a free state within Denmark. Green light district definitely sells weed, which is the reason that you are not allowed to take photos. They ask you not to run as well.  I was a bit nervous to visit alone but I’m glad I did. However, I would strongly recommend other female travelers to go during the day time. It’s definitely worth a visit. Take a look at their cute painted houses, cafes, shops, and street art.

photo credit: tripadvisor

How to Spend 24 hours in Copenhagen

How to Spend 24 hours in Copenhagen



Have you been to Copenhagen?

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    A. J.
    24/06/2017 at 17:04

    Denmark is still on my list of places I want to places! It looks so amazing, I’m a little inspired that you went alone since I do 95% of my travel alone as well 😉 Keep at it!

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    A. J.
    24/06/2017 at 17:05

    Sorry, “places I want to VISIT”. I can’t seem to keep it together today =P

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    Chantell Collins
    08/07/2017 at 22:19

    I recently just spent a day in Copenhagen and agree with many of these. Great list!

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    Rosalie
    09/07/2017 at 20:10

    Sounds like a perfect day 🙂 I am dying to go to Copenhagen, you’re so lucky you got to go!

    Rosalie // rosaliegoes.co

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