Copenhagen- Cool & Laid Back

For the longest of times, Copenhagen has been on my European list of cities to visit. Ryanair’s black Friday sale last year made this possible, with a return ticket only costing about £35 ( read my tips on how to organise a trip here) so Nancy and I booked our tickets and before we knew it, it was time to fly!

This post will be short and sweet and focus on what we did, ate and slept. Before we get into it, Ryan Air has an updated cabin bag policy, check it out here

We went for 4 days 3 nights and decided to spend a day in Malmo, a town in southern Sweden, all about that later! We also got the Copenhagen Card, which gave us free public transport, free entry to a lot of tourist attractions and discounts at selected restaurants! It’s slightly expensive but when we calculated the prices for all the places we wanted to visit + public transport and food, the card worked out slightly cheaper. We got the 48-hour pass which can be picked up from the airport and it can be activated and used straight away!

We stayed at the Copenhagen Mercur Hotel which is in Vesterport. The location was perfect! Right opposite the metro, which is a stop away from Stroget, city centre (takes about 5 mins) or a 15 min walk. Copenhagen Central Station was 8 mins away and the area itself had lots and lots of restaurants. I chose this place because of how close it was to Tivoli Gardens but gurl guess what? It was shut for winter! Our room was clean and spacious, and the bathroom was clean too. We had a few issues with the shower- gets hot way too quickly and not enough pressure. Our stay came with breakfast which I must say had a good choice of foods.


Views from Round Tower

Our plan was simple: make use of our Copenhagen card and visit all the places we get free entry to! Also eat at the restaurants we get the discount at. We had no issues with the attractions, all we did was show our card and they scanned it and provided us with our tickets. We went to Glyptoteket Museum, Round Tower and Christainsborg Palace. We could not do Copenhagen without seeing the Hans Christian Andersen statue and the little mermaid statue. We also did a canal tour (free as well) which was so good! It went past a lot of important places and the commentary helped too. we also walked around the city center and the lakes by our hotel. We had to visit Nyhavn, such a beautiful area of town with colour houses and boats.


We decided to visit Malmo, a town in Sweden. It was only 30 mins by train from the Copenhagen Central Station and about £17 return ticket. Getting the tickets were super easy, just use the ticket machines in the station and search for Malmo Central (it works out cheaper if you buy a family ticket for 2 adults). Remember to take your passport/ID as technically you are crossing the border.

Malmo is beautiful, very quiet, literally, there wasn’t a lot of people about but big on architecture! Bougie KFC anyone? We didn’t go to see the Turning Torso as it was further out, but we went to the Emporia shopping mall & cathedral and took a stroll around the city.

I can’t remember all the places we ate but we went to Bonjour Vietnam, XO Steaks & Burgers and Vapianos

Copenhagen was so beautiful and peaceful but gurl it was COLD! Layering was essential! Copenhagen wasn’t what I excepted it to be, I thought it would be very similar to London, but it isn’t: its super laid back Their public transport is clean and regular!

That’s all folks! I’m hoping to visit a lot of European cities this year all because of this Brexit nonsense and a lot of other places in the UK. Speaking of which, have you checked out my Lake District post?  Come back for more

And of course to finish this post off, a Danish whirl OR just a whirl in Copenhagen



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Hello there and welcome to my blog! My name is Sarah Fynn and I am the creator of this blog. So a bit about me, I LOVE travelling, all things hair and beaut. I love LOVE science! This blog came about as I began to transition to natural hair way back in 2011(Well it isn’t that long ago really lol). This blog will focus on 4 main areas Natural Hair. This area will have a diverse range of topics e.g. product reviews and recommendations, tips, advice and virgin hair review (my go to protective style) Lifestyle. This area is mainly poetry, inspiration and anything that doesn’t quite fit the other 3 areas Events. This is self-explanatory really. I will be covering events for my blog about natural hair, beauty and fashion or the odd event I find interesting Travel. Of course I will be bringing you posts on my adventures around the world! One of my goals is go to every single country! My travel posts may not be as regular as I would like (money problems lol) so in the meantime I will be talking about how to budget/plan and organise a trip! With any area, my aim is to INSPIRE you to either travel or go to an event even if it’s you alone, or to let you know your natural hair journey CAN BE SIMPLE! (Eek! I will try my bestest with that part)! Here you will find simple and straight forward information without the technical jargon or wooh-tah (seriously don’t you just hate that?) So don’t be a stranger and SUBSCRIBE its free. I make sure I post regularly unless I have had a very stressful week/month. Leave any comments or drop me an email to say hi, I would love to hear from you. If you’re a company/blogger and you’re interested in working with me, believe I want to too! Drop me an email if I don’t get to you first lol (I hope that doesn’t sound creepy) Email- Thanks for visiting and have a blessed day. Love Sarah.

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