Copenhagen is an amazing city to discover! Filled with mountains of delicious food, hoards of friendly locals and shed loads of amazing things to see, there’s every reason why you should be thinking of this Danish gem as the place to visit for a weekend break.  In my opinion, Copenhagen is a city that seems … Continue Reading

Right outside Rosenborg Castle (and on the way to Nyhavn) is a rather beautiful park that’s perfect for lazy afternoons in the city… As it was Saturday, the park was a hive of activity; everyone friendly, laughing and having a great time! I love visiting a new city and instantly feeling welcome. That’s something that Copenhagen does so well … Continue Reading

After our galavant the evening before, I thought it best to have a lie-in… one of those indulgent mornings where you just lay in bed and hoping that someone has already made you a brew before you open your eyes. *P.S., That brew never came! 🙁 After a lazy minute (or 60, to be more precise), I figured … Continue Reading

I have to admit one thing I love most about new cities is the food! I’m one of those people who just loves to eat (I wish I wasn’t) but truthfully, I’ve just learned to embrace my gluttony now…calories and all! Needless to say, this is what led me straight to the meat packing district … Continue Reading

Copenhagen always surprises me, it’s one of those European cities that seems to be constantly changing but, at the same time, completely familiar and welcoming. The whole city is an intermingling of old and new influences, from its rustic Nordic charm, stunning architecture to its worldly food scene that has really taken off in recent years … Continue Reading

Copenhagen is a surprising city and I say that with love! It’s one of those cities that feels almost town-like in its appearance but with the buzz and vibrancy that matches any major capital city across Europe! It’s also a city where can you visit one of the oldest Luna parks in the world, ride the … Continue Reading

Copenhagen is a foodie’s dream destination! From the delicious and unique stalls of Paper Island, the freshly caught seafood at Torvehallerne Market to the Meat Packing District, Koedbyen which offers many amazing places to nibble at! There is a real rawness to the Meat Packing District in Copenhagen. It’s definitely a very nourishing experience to wander around the many old … Continue Reading

Copenhagen is a foodie lovers dream that’ll send any hungry tummy into overdrive! Over the last decade, Copenhagen has really pioneered their culinary prowess- making it one of the most delicious capital cities to visit in Europe… …though, it’s gotta be said, you don’t have to dine Michelin Star or spend a pretty penny to … Continue Reading

Over the last few years, there’s been a huge revival in the amazing cuisine within Copenhagen – especially with the number one restaurant Noma and lately Geranium, which is the first Danish restaurant to be honoured with not one but three Michelin stars! Then again, there’s a whole array  of delicious street markets and stalls that … Continue Reading

  Rip off your duffle coat, unzip that onesie and lose the mittens – summer is almost here and that can only mean one thing… summer holidays! Those long evenings, basked in glorious sunshine are definitely made even better by the knowledge that you can (and probably should) be enjoying it somewhere new! With so many … Continue Reading

Over the course of the past year, we’ve not so secretly been gigging as guest blogger for Bravofly. It has been so much fun writing for this amazing company and even better still when they sent us on the trip of a lifetime across Italy this year on a 3-wheeled rickshaw! I’d so wanted to do … Continue Reading

  Do you remember Caroline Sølver who brought us all this great guide on free things to do in Berlin? A guide I’m gonna be finding useful very soon as we’ve organised a huge group trip to Berlin – there are 16 of us going and typically, trying to organising group holidays is like herding cats but … Continue Reading

*Due to the large size and huge number of photos, this post has been split into two parts. Click here for Part 1. Boat Tour Later on in the afternoon we decided it might be good to take in more of wonderful Copenhagen, There are two ways which I think are the best to see … Continue Reading

*Due to the large size and huge number of photos, this post has been split into two parts. Click here for Part 2. It started, like most of our travel plans usually do, when Yaya, Georgia, Chris and I got “itchy feet” over dinner. It’s really strange (in a good way), but when you’re with … Continue Reading