City center walking tour
After grabbing lunch at Torvehallerne, I went on a mini walking tour of the inner city with my Danish roommate, Amanda. I hadn’t really done a proper look at a lot of the popular Copenhagen destinations, so she took me around to see some of the city center gorgeousness.
“Isn’t it pretty?” – vol. 43820438920
Snazzy horseman statue is in Højbro Plads, off of Strøget (the main shopping street in Copenhagen).
The Amalienborg Palace. Home to the Danish royal family.
This is where the Queen lives.
Just down from the Amalienborg Palace is Frederick’s Church, popularly known as The Marble Church.
This is Kongens Have, or the “King’s Garden,” the oldest and most visited park in Copenhagen.
Talk about well-kept beauty.
In the very middle of the park is Rosenborg Castle, built in the 1606 as Christian IV’s summerhouse. Ain’t it a cutie?
We ended the day at Paludan Cafe…
…where I was hit with some mega Beauty and the Beast library vibes.
All in all it was a good day of adventuring. Belle would’ve been proud.