Between my flight from Helsinki to Lisbon, I had a layover in Copenhagen. I got off the plane and within 30 minutes, found myself in Copenhagen's central station, shoving my bags and carry on luggage in a locker. This was my second time in Copenhagen - I first visited in March 2017 - and I was excited to compare how my photography style changed, and hopefully improved, since I first visited. Read: Postcards from Copenhagen. Though I have a collection of only a few photos from this trip, I am overall happy to see the difference in my photography.
These are the spots I visited all by foot:
- Tivoli Gardens - Just visited from the outside
- Magstræde - The classic Copenhagen street in my first photo
- HAY House - Unfortunately this store was closed but if you have a chance, pay a visit for a gorgeous street view.
- The Round Tower
- Nyhaven - Obviously
- Frederik's Church
- The King's Garden - Grabbed yogurt and an apple from a store and enjoyed my snack in this gorgeous garden on a sunny day.
This only took me about two hours. The rest of the time I intentionally got lost in the streets and eventually found my way back to central station and took a train back to the airport.