Copenhagen, Denmark

Sep 07, 2015

Of all the places I’ve been, Copenhagen is truly where I’ve left my heart. Aside from having family and roots there, the city is such a wonderful place to be. I love the rich historic architecture, mixed with the modern aesthetic. I love the people, who are quiet and timely. And I love the fashion, dark and minimal. It’s one of the only places I’ve ever felt like home. I could go on and on about it, but I’ll let the photos do the talking instead.

 

If you’re headed to Copenhagen, check out my summer packing list here, fall packing list here, or read my travelogues.

Have you been to Copenhagen, Denmark? What would you want to do if you went?

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I was wondering if you had Danish roots with the name of your blog! Love your style and images. Happy to have fallen in here today. Hej hej from Copenhagen!

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love the photos of the canal/boats..what time of year was that? when do you recommend going to denmark? ever since i did a report in 6th grade, it’s been on my must see list! thanks!
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The boats are usually out in the summer. We took one around on a tour and it passed under bridges and such. It was a nice ride and a different perspective.

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