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Visiting Nyhavn Like a Local: The Best Way to Experience the Colorful Canal of Copenhagen

BlogDenmarkPhotographyTravel / Aug 6, 2018 / 18 Comments

If you’ve seen pictures of Copenhagen, you’ve probably seen Nyhavn! Nyhavn is the quintessential Copenhagen photo with its colorful houses lined up on the harbor. Since it’s so famous, it can get pretty crowded with tourists, so is it actually worth the visit?  Visiting Nyhavn like a local I’ll just cut to the chase and […]

Visiting the Little Mermaid Statue & Kastellet: A Colorful Hidden Gem in Copenhagen

BlogDenmarkPhotographyTravel / Jul 23, 2018 / 18 Comments

You’ve probably heard of the Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen, and it’s the second most popular tourist attraction there, behind Tivoli Gardens. It actually wouldn’t be my favorite sight in the city, but nearby there is a hidden gem in Copenhagen that I love! 🙂 Visiting the Little Mermaid Some people complain that the Little […]

Tivoli Gardens: The Magical Fairytale Garden of Copenhagen That You Can’t Miss!

BlogDenmarkPhotographyTravel / Jul 2, 2018 / 22 Comments

The first time I stepped into Tivoli Gardens five years ago, I’m pretty sure my jaw dropped. I’m so used to American amusement parks looking the exact same with flashy, modern roller coasters, but Tivoli is NOT your typical amusement park. And if you’re going to Copenhagen, you have to see it for yourself! 🙂  […]

Christiansborg Palace: Royal Reception Rooms and the Best Views of Copenhagen

BlogDenmarkPhotographyTravel / Jun 25, 2018 / 22 Comments

Christiansborg Palace (or Christiansborg Slot) is one of favorite buildings in Copenhagen! It’s definitely worth visiting if you get the chance. You can see the Royal Reception Rooms filled with glittering chandeliers and my all time favorite library (it has gold balconies, just to give you an idea), plus, you can get the best views […]

Scandinavian Christmas Guide: How to Celebrate Christmas Like a Scandinavian

Glædelig Jul! 🙂 You may know by now that I’m pretty obsessed with Scandinavia. I gave my dog a Scandinavian name, and this blog was first named after my Swedish backpack, just to give you some idea. So I was pretty excited when I heard the American Swedish Historical Museum in Philadelphia was having a Lucia Fest […]

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