It was cold. But no one expect Copenhagen to be hot anyway.
After LA, here we are back to the old continent! Autumn has already started.
Before heading home to Malta, Diogo and I spent a night here in Copenhagen so we could visit a bit the city. It was our first time here in Denmark (we caught the flight to LA from Copenhagen but we didn’t visit anything except the airport).
I have to say I’m pretty happy with the quantity of vegan restaurants and coffee shops available here in Copenhagen.
From the amazing Açai bowl and vegan pancakes for the morning at the 42Raw Pilestræde, which is probably the most famous and cool spot for breakie in Copenhagen, to Cafe N – a delicious vegan burgers spot, Copenhagen is overall very vegan-friendly.
It’s also an expensive city – more expensive than the average European capital cities. Oh and no Uber, since taxis are ridiculously expensive, everyone use the metro for everything.
Diogo and I managed to walk around the city and the old port where some parts of “The Danish Girl” have been filmed.
We also managed to visit Our Savior Church, we climbed to the very top of the spire which has the best panoramic views of Copenhagen!
Copenhagen is a very small city and you can visit it all in 1 day – of course, if you want to visit museums, palaces, churches, etc. it will take you an extra day or 2 to visit it all.
Have you ever been to Copenhagen? Did you enjoy the city? Let me know in the comments below!