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Ribe, Denmark: Visiting the Oldest Town in Denmark and Exploring the Beautiful Walking Streets!

BlogDenmarkPhotographyTravel / Feb 4, 2019 / 22 Comments

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, […]

Jelling, Denmark: Why You Can’t Miss The Home of the Viking Kings & the Famous Jelling Stones!

I’m back with another post about Vikings! I’m pretty sure I work them into almost every post I’ve written about Denmark, but this one is different because it’s entirely about Vikings. Jelling, Denmark is one of the most (if not the most) important Viking sites in Denmark. I have been dying to visit for years, […]

Beautiful Beaches in Aarhus and the Moesgård Viking Moot You Can’t Miss!

Aarhus, Denmark has some of the most beautiful beaches I’ve seen! The water turns ten different shades of turquoise, and it stays pretty cool so it’s nice and refreshing on a hot day. People are out sunbathing at the beach and sailing all summer! I got to visit a couple of beaches in Aarhus when […]

7 Historic Sights to See in One Day in Dover

I was recently invited to go on a tour of Dover, Delaware with Kent County Tourism, and it was an awesome trip! I’ve driven through Delaware more times than I can count, and even though I lived in Maryland for 10 years and I’ve lived in Philadelphia for 3 years, I’ve never actually explored Delaware. […]

The Best Sights in Greenwich Village: 9 Places You Cannot Miss!

In last week’s post, I mentioned that I’m not a fan of New York City. It still isn’t my favorite place, but Greenwich Village won me over! It was such a beautiful area with some fascinating history, and it was way less crowded than other places I’ve visited in NYC. These are some of the […]

Caffe Reggio & Washington Mews: Historical Gems of Washington Square

New York City is not my favorite. I’ve been a few times over the years, but I’m not a big fan of huge cities with giant skyscrapers and bustling crowds. I live in Center City Philadelphia, but I avoid the crowded downtown areas as much as I can! I’ve lived in Philadelphia for two and a […]