Last week my camera, my broken, carry-on luggage-suitable wide lens and I were in Copenhagen. Not much free time, tons of rain and wind. This was my stay in Copenhagen.
Some pics, family’s souvenirs, the biggest flu of the last year – this is what I brought from Copenhagen.
I think the best way to appreciate the city is to stroll without a precise destination – just take a look around.
The town is well connected by underground, buses and urban trains and it is full of interesting shops and restaurants (like Banksia, a lovely Australian kitchen and beer bar).
I sadly missed the botanic garden and the Rosenborg Castel because I had no time – they must be wonderful.
Copenhagen Street Food – The Paper Island
I absolutely recommend the Paper Island to enjoy a typical street meal; there is food for every taste: Brazilian, Arabian, Italian and much more.
Church of Our Saviour
The Mermaid
Bella Center – AC Hotels
If you want to stay more than three days in Copenhagen I personally suggest this AirBnB solution: next to the metro station, just three stops from the city center, fabulous apartment, super nice hosts.
Thanks Casper&Lars!

Photos: phranci



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When Stella asked me to contribute to the blog in 2014, I knew nothing about fashion and just a little about photography. Thanks to this project I keep pushing myself beyond my insecurity (I am a professional shy) and every day I learn something new.
My personal motto is:”Stay hungry. Stay sereno” that means be curious and don’t panic!

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