3 DAYS IN COPENHAGEN

Teníamos muchísimas ganas de escaparnos unos días de viaje y visitar alguna capital europea de las que aún nos quedan por conocer.
Llevábamos mucho tiempo queriendo visitar Dinamarca, así que pusimos rumbo a Copenhague unos días. Somos muy fan de la cultura nórdica y nos influenciamos muchísimo del diseño nórdico para vestir, decorar nuestra casa y crear nuestras historias. Así que las expectativas eran muy altas. Y Copenhague no nos defraudó. Nos enamoraron sus calles, sus casas de colores en el canal, sus dulces con café en interminables desayunos y, sobre todo,su gente. Personas súper amables y dispuestas a ayudarte con lo que necesites. Y eso es de gran ayuda cuando eres un turista despistado dando vueltas buscando algo o intentando descifrar su complejo idioma. Nos enamora su forma de vivir la cuidad, los coches son algo secundario; allí la gente se mueve andando, en transporte público y sobre todo en bicicleta. Había bicicletas por todos lados, aparcadas en fila sin fin. Por las paredes, en cualquier poste. Y, pese a la gran nevada que nos cayó el segundo día;es increíble ver como la gente sigue usando las bicicletas haga el tiempo que haga. Si vas a Copenhague no te puedes perder el barrio de Vesterbro, sin duda, nuestro favorito.

¡Esperamos que os gusten las fotos!.


We were looking forward to getting away for a few days and travelling to any of the European capitals we have still not visited. We had wanted to visit Denmark for very long so we headed to Copenhagen for a few days. We are big fans of the Nordic culture and are influenced by the Nordic design in terms of clothing, decorating our home and creating our stories. Our expectations were high. And Copenhagen did not disappoint us. We fell in love with its streets, its colourful houses by the canal, its sweets and coffee in never-ending breakfasts and, above all, its people. They are super kind and are ready to help you with anything you need. And that is very useful when being a lost in thought tourist going around in circles looking for something or trying to figure out their complex language. The way they live their city wins our heart. Cars are not a big thing; people there walk, use public transport and mostly ride their bikes. There were bikes everywhere, parked in rows without end. Up against walls or posts. We were amazed to see the people riding their bikes after the heavy snow on our second day there. It is incredible how they use them in spite of the weather. If you are travelling to Copenhagen, you cannot miss Vesterbro, our favourite neighbourhood, without a doubt.
We hope you like our pictures!.

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