I love Copenhagen. It's a great bustling city, and when I get tired of it I can take a 20 minute train ride to Malmö in Sweden. I find the Copenhagen Card is quite the deal because it covers train fare into the city and up to Helsignor.
I had a great meal at Ristorante Italiano Pompei. I was a bit tired of the Danish experience so I escaped into an Italian restaurant away from the tourist stuff. It was the typical relaxed italian dining designed to let you enjoy not only the food, but the experience....more
The søer, or lakes, are five rectangular water features in the center of Copenhagen. There's a running path around and between them, and this is where I come to run while I'm in the city. There's a running store along the lakes that has a big map with distances on their storefront...more
The Øresund Bridge is an engineering marvel. I'd seen a documentary about it's construction before I first went to Copenhagen, so I was able to pick out various parts of it and its construction yards as I flew in. To visit Malmö, I took the train from Copenhagen, which goes under the roadway...more
The Copenhagen Opera has an amazing house. I got to see a couple of performances during the first year it was open. It doesn't look like much in the sunlight. At night, the building gently lights up. The soft glow compliments the wood and glass structure. On the inside the house is quite...more