Hop On Hop Off II – Copenhagen

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Hello fellow Globetrotters!

In the first part of our boat tour we went through Nyhavn, in this post it will be the rest we saw.
Still the wheater wasn’t that much better but it didn’t rain, which is good.
In general it was just a really good way to see a lot of Copenhagen and see the things you already saw from a different perspective.
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The “Vor Frelsers Kirke” looks really impressive and I can’t imagine what an amazing view you must have from up there.

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Later on there will also be another post about Papieron, the Street Food Market. I had looked it up beforehand but even just looking at it from the waterside I knew we had to go there.

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On the water it was the first time that we caught a glimpse of the beautiful Marble Church, we came back to many times in the week we spent in Copenhagen. You can also go into the Marble Church but it was always closed during the time we were there.
But just looking from the outside is worth a lot.

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This is were we got off to visit Christiana and walk around that whole area. Along the river and through the small streets. Would you like to see a blogpost about what we saw on our way?
Sadly there are no photos of Christiania as you are not allowed to take pictures there but if you are ever close I would recommend just having a look. (Just a look 😉 )

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We hope that you enjoyed this post and would like to visit Copenhagen! And if you already that, what is your favorite thing about the city?
Let us know if you have any questions.

See you soon at our next destination!

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