Snapshots from Copenhagen

The end of last week was spent in one of my favourite cities Copenhagen, relaxing, christmas shopping and going to all the various christmas markets around the city, just generally enjoying this wonderful city. Copenhagen actually feels more like my capital city rather then my actual one Stockholm, since it only takes me 30 min by train from Malmo to get there, so needless to say this is where I spent a lot of my youth (and Kastrup airport sort of feels like my second home since I moved to London). 

It's such a lovely city well worth a visit and it truly feels magical around this time of the year, because they definitely do Christmas justice, the whole city feels like a Winter Wonderland (- minus snow) with all the lights and christmas spirit going around. Here are some snapshots from my weekend.



To me this feels like real life Nutcrackers walking around the city.


Nyhavn christmas market is so lovely with all the colourful houses, but it's actually in the summer when this place truly comes to life.


Yummy hot chocolate with whipped cream in Nyhavn listening to live christmas music, need I say more?


You won't get confused where you are with the Danish flag popping up everywhere around the city.


Like I said it's pretty much like one giant Winter Wonderland (if you've been to the one in Hyde Park you'll know what I mean)


We spent countless hours up and down Strøget, and this is one of my absolute favourite places for shopping.


If you're shopping along Strøget, make sure to check out the side streets as well (they are probably the best part in my eyes) and where some of the best stores are.


Hotel d'angleterre had the most amazing christmas decoration, themed 'The Nutcracker'.


You'll find these cute colourful little streets all over the city and this is one of the things that really makes this such a charming city.

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