I didn’t want to lose the opportunity to show you in photos the trip I took to Copenhagen with my friend from university Kathy and her sisters Lucero and Nelly.
We were lucky that the temperature was ideal (end of June) to walk approximately 8 hours each of the two days to visit the most emblematic places of the Danish capital. However, my friends didn’t have the time to visit more tourist attractions such as the Castle of Kronborg (or Hamlet’s Castle) or take a picture with the Little Mermaid (there was a lot of people that we could see from the boat we took to navigate the channels).
Castle of Rosenborg
Famous for the pieces of the collection that are exhibited in it and especially the jewels of the Danish crown.
It is the residence of the Danish royal family in Copenhagen. While Marselisborg Palace, in the city of Aarhus, is the summer residence and during Christmas time.
It looks like a postcard and is one of the best-known images of Copenhagen. It is the perfect place to drink and eat in one of its many bars and restaurants or take a walk along the canal.
Church of Our Saviour
So many times visiting Copenhagen and I just went up to the tower of this church and I recommend it to you. The view of the city is amazing.
This beautiful amusement park was the final destination of our little tour.
Enrutados Peru - USA, a travel blog
I met Kathy at the university in Lima, when we both studied architecture and after more than 3 years we meet again. The funny thing is that we both have a blog. Kathy and her husband Leland have a travel blog: Enrutados Peru - USA. It was born from their journey driving from Peru to the United States (Washington State) in their car!
Here is a video (in Spanish and English) where both tell how the idea of this trip was born and in their YouTube account you can see more videos of their last trips around the world.