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    Is the Copenhagen Card Worth It? (Copenagen Card Review)

    City cards are often one of the best ways to save a bit of money when you’re traveling, and I’m a huge fan of them. Sometimes, though, it’s hard to tell if you’ll actually be saving money. If you’re planning visiting Copenhagen, then you’ve probably had this exact thought about the Copenhagen Card. So is the Copenhagen Card worth it? Let’s find out! Spoiler alert: I definitely think it is. Don’t have time to read the whole post? Here’s a quick breakdown of what the Copenhagen Card offers: Free entrance to 80+ museums and attractions in and around Copenhagen Unlimited public transport use in the Copenhagen region Discounts at participating…

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    34 Best Places to Visit in Europe in Winter

    Fewer crowds, Christmas markets, and even the chance to see the northern lights… here are some of the best places to visit in Europe in winter! Whether you’re anxious to find some winter sun or experience the coziness of wrapping up while it snows outside, Europe in winter has so much to offer. Of course, I haven’t been able to visit all of the best places to visit in Europe in winter (yet), so I reached out to a few of my fellow bloggers for their suggestions! Best Places to Visit in Europe in Winter: WESTERn Europe Amsterdam, the Netherlands Recommended by Karen of Local Holland Amsterdam, the Netherlands is…

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    Copenhagen in Winter: The Complete Guide (including the best Copenhagen Christmas Markets!)

    I don’t know if I’ve ever been to a place more magical than Copenhagen in winter. With only a few hours of daylight every day, the Danes had to figure out how to do Christmas right–lest they fall into a seriously deep depression. After having visited Copenhagen in both May and December, I think I can safely say that Copenhagen in winter is one of the best times to visit. Even though it’s cold, Copenhagen truly comes alive during this time of year, promising for a unique experience. And as for the cold, all you have to do is make sure you pack right 😉 Convinced? This post will serve…

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    What To Pack for Copenhagen in Winter

    As far as stylish European capitals go, Copenhagen is definitely one of them. It’s also pretty far north, and if you’re visiting in the winter you definitely don’t want to freeze. If you’re wondering how the heck you’re supposed to do that or simply what to pack for Copenhagen in winter, then you’ve come to the right place. I first visited Copenhagen in May, and even then in the evenings I needed to wear a coat. So Copenhagen in December? I was convinced I was going to die. So naturally, I put on my research hat and did some major planning for what to pack for Copenhagen in Winter. Here’s…

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    The Best Copenhagen Day Trip: Frederiksborg Castle & Kronborg Castle

    Want to visit two different castles in one day? This awesome Copenhagen day trip takes you to both Frederiksborg Castle and Kronborg Castle in just a few hours! I loved Copenhagen so much the first time I went that I agreed to go back at a time that wasn’t exactly convenient (right before my exams). But, it being my second time there, I also knew that I wanted to explore a little further afield by taking a Copenhagen day trip. The day trip also needed to be something that Megan would love since it was her first trip to Copenhagen and I knew it would be hard to pull her…

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    Hygge Tour Copenhagen // How to Find Hygge in Copenhagen with Copenhagen by mie & Friends

    Copenhagen by Me & Friends hosted Megan and I as guests in exchange for my honest review of their Hygge & Happiness tour. As always, all opinions are my own. When my friend and former flatmate Megan was convincing me to come to Copenhagen with her at the beginning of December, she only had to say one word: hygge. Although I’d been to Copenhagen before, I felt like my first trip had been sorely lacking in that distinctly Danish feeling of cozy charm. So this time around, I was determined to actually experience some hygge at whatever cost. And so, me being me (aka a person who has a weird…