Unbezahlte Anzeige | In front of my dream house in colorful Copenhagen. ♥️ When I first heard about the sustainable travel backpacks from @wayksberlin I reached out to the founders, because I have been looking for an eco bag for ages. It is made predominantly from recycled materials and produced by a manufacturer recognised by the Fair Wear Foundation.The bag was launched after a crowdfunding campaign by the siblings Leonie & Fabian. I have tested the wayks backpack by traveling on a ferry, train, bus and bike. You can use it in 3 different ways, which is very practical, also when you are flying with light luggage. If you want to know more, feel free to ask me or reach out to the makers and send out some love to their pretty Insta account. ♥️ For transparency: I received a free bag, this post resembles my personal opinion.
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Conocer un destino también es probar sus comidas más típicas 😋 y el flæskesteg es uno de los platos tradicionales de Dinamarca
La versión original es cerdo con papas hervidas, una salsa marrón y repollo colorado, que generalmente se come en navidad🎄 pero para todos los días está en versión sándwich
Como siempre la banderita 🇩🇰presente 😍 Los daneses la llaman “Dannebrog” y ayer cumplió 800 años! 🥳
Copenhagen is just great. It is not only home to the famous, colorful houses in Nyhavn, but also to some of the best restaurants and cafés in Europe. The Danish are crazy about the concept of #Hygge , which is basically translated as coziness. ☕🥐 On top of being beautiful and comfortable, Copenhagen is an incredibly clean city and the Danish are considered some of the happiest people in the world. As I stated in an earlier post, it can be really cold and windy though, due to the city being located right at the sea.⚓🚢 Just another reason to jump into a cozy café with the travel partner of your choice!
Christianshavn, an area of small islands, is known for its hip cafe culture and canals lined with colourful houseboats. Hotspots include Copenhagen Street Food, for international dining, and Freetown Christiania, an alternative community of ramshackle houses, galleries and music venues. A must visit in Copenhagen.
What do you think of when you see this building? Do you love it or hate it? Either way you’re in good company because it’s one of the most controversial buildings in design-obsessed Copenhagen. The Copenhagen Opera House is the national opera house of Denmark and one of the most expensive opera houses ever constructed, with a price tag of over $500 million. The building was supposed to be renowned Danish architect Henning Larsen’s crowning achievement but he felt like his design was compromised when the building’s patron forced him to add steel striations across the glass facade and make other design compromises. Larsen’s obituary noted that he thought the building ended up looking like a toaster oven.
I found your thoughts on Riyadh’s Kingdom Centre Tower so entertaining and creative, I thought I’d ask again: What do you think the Copenhagen Opera House looks like? Do you love it or hate it? I sure enjoyed photographing it across the water from Amalienborg Castle at 3 a.m. on a cool Danish morning.