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Denmark is my all time favorite country! I may be a little biased because I’ve studied abroad there twice and met my fiance there, but putting all that aside, it’s an amazing country full of history, colorful quaint towns, and delicious pastries. Copenhagen is the main city that people visit when they go to Denmark, […]

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I think the castles in Copenhagen are some of the prettiest in Europe! There are a variety of castles, from Medieval fortresses to ornate Renaissance palaces, and when you visit Copenhagen, you should try to see as many of the castles as you can 🙂 Gorgeous castles in Copenhagen Christiansborg Palace Christiansborg is definitely one […]

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I love taking day trips when I travel! I think it’s a great way to get out of a big city and see some smaller towns and get a more local feel. Aarhus has a lot of amazing day trips, and when I was planning my trip to Hamburg, I learned about LĂĽneburg from Wayfaring […]

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One of my favorite things to do when I travel is to go off-the-beaten-path. I love seeing the main sights in cities, but I also like to get a glimpse of local life. I’ve written about a quaint neighborhood in Copenhagen, and I thought Hamburg had some really pretty neighborhoods, too! I can’t remember who […]

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I saw a lot of Denmark when I was studying in Aarhus, and I also took a quick trip to Germany when my class ended! I spent three days exploring Hamburg, and it was such a great city to see for my first time in Germany. I think tours are the best way to see […]

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While I was studying in Aarhus, Denmark, I took a lot of awesome day trips from Aarhus, and Samsø had been at the top of my list of places to visit for a while. But it was too complicated and far away to make it a day trip, so I used it to break up […]

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During my visit to Samsø, I stayed in Besser and took a day trip up to Nordby. It was chilly and rained the ENTIRE time I was there, but Nordby, Samsø was so pretty, even covered in puddles! Half-timbered houses in Denmark are my favorite kind of houses, and Nordby had more than enough for […]

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Jelling might be the most historically significant place in Denmark, but Ribe is the oldest town in Denmark! It dates back to the Viking Age (so of course I loved it) so there are archaeological digs and historic spots, but it’s also a pretty town with beautiful churches and walking streets! 🙂 History of Ribe, […]

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During my month in Aarhus, Denmark, I took a lot of day and weekend trips to smaller towns in the area. One of my Danish classmates recommended Ebeltoft, and I think it was my favorite day trip! It was a small town, and I had the whole town to myself on an early Sunday morning. […]

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Aarhus, Denmark has one of the most interesting “old towns” that I’ve been to because it actually isn’t part of the city. Den Gamle By is considered to be a museum, and it’s a little outside the main part of the city. You do have to pay to enter (but I will talk about a […]

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I’ve found the prettiest cobblestone street in Aarhus and maybe even in Denmark! 🙂 When I was exploring downtown Aarhus, I happened to stumble upon Møllestien, a cobblestone street with colorful houses dating from the 18th century. I didn’t see a single person there, so it isn’t a big tourist area, which is perfect for this […]

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