Since I moved to Denmark in July, I’ve been thinking about visiting the amazing Kronborg Castle, the home of the Shakesperian character Hamlet.
I’ve only hear nice things about the second largest city of Denmark, and from the pictures I’ve seen, it will definitely be a hyggeligt stay.
Can a H.C. Andersen obssessed like me not visit the author’s hometown? Of course not.
This is a place people mention all the time in Denmark, and from the fantastic pictures, definitely worth a visit.
Crossing danish borders, I can’t wait to see the norwegian capital city (I’m definitely getting Scandinavia obssessed)
This swedish city is so close to Copenhagen that you can easily reach it by taking a bus or a train and crossing the famous Øresud Bridge.
Another scandinavian capital city that is a must-see.
It would not be the first time, but I miss London and I really want to go back to the british City.
- Farøe Islands
Another small part of the Kingdom of Denmark, this islands seem to have a peculiar charme that I would love to discover.
Since I watched Midnight in Paris for the first time, I wish to visit this city and go around all the places that F. Scott Fitzgerald has been to during his stay in the french capital.
When I was really young, I was in love with Greek mythology. I’ve been to Greece once, but never in the capital.
Iceland. No explanation needed. I’m pretty sure it’s one of those places that is on everybody’s list “Things to do before I die”