Colouful buildings, Copenhagen

14 Most Colourful Towns and Cities in Europe

Reykjavik Climb to the top of Hallgrímskirkja Church for epically photogenic views of Iceland’s capital city, and when you reach the top I advise you to get snapping. I wouldn’t consider myself a good photographer in any way but my photos of Reykjavik landed in the Germany edition of Rolling Stone Magazine. Now, that’s not a…

Graduating from University

2013: A year of travels, graduation, moving and starting full-time work

In 2013 I finally felt liked I released my foot off the break and pressed down the accelerator. In this last year my life has veered onto a course where I graduated from uni, moved to London and started full-time work, least not forgetting my travels! You might be wondering how I managed to fit…

Nyhaven, old harbour in Copenhagen

10 Must-See and Do Attractions in Copenhagen

1. Nyhavn It’s impossible to visit Copenhagen without visiting Nyhavn, a 17th century waterfront, canal and entertainment district in the heart of Copenhagen (some say it is the heart!). Stretching from Kongens Nytorv to the harbour front just south of the Royal Playhouse, Nyhavn is lined with eye-popping 17th and early 18th century townhouses, the oldest dating from…

Nyhavn, Copenhagen

Amsterdam Meets San Francisco: My First Impressions of Copenhagen

You know you love a place when you’re already planning another visit before you’ve sat down to unpack from your last trip. With its canals, bikes, and Freetown Christiania, you’d be forgiven if you thought snapshots of Copenhagen were Amsterdam. Furthermore, with its relaxed vibe, famous bridge, colourful buildings and spacious green parks, Copenhagen definitely…

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