The Post and Tele Museum in Copenhagen is a nice place to visit after doing your (window) shopping along Strøget, the city’s major shopping district/street. It is located on Strøget, and has a cafe on its rooftop. Housing the country’s largest stamp collection and the most important special subject library, it has gotten high reviews … More Post & Tele Museum – Denmark’s national museum of post and telecommunications
Last time, I wrote an entry about Copenhagen: Carlsberg Byen, Freetown Christiania, Tivoli, Rådhuspladsen, Nyhavn, The Opera House, Amalienborg Slot, Anglican Church of St. Alban, Kastellet, and the Little Mermaid. If you missed it, click Take me to Copenhagen!, Freetown Christiania and Skål! Exploring Carlsberg Byen in Copenhagen. While I have covered a lot of famous … More Copenhagen, Denmark: A Walking Tour
Woot! It’s the last day of November. My sweet host mom gave me an Adventskalender, or Christmas calendar, with chocolate figures to help me with the countdown. 😛 And tomorrow, we will join the Christmas march! It would be my first time, so I don’t know yet how it’s done. But before I worry about … More Take me to Copenhagen!
Hi peeps! 😉 One of the most popular towns in Copenhagen is Christianshavn. Named after the great Christian IV, the town has served more than a merchant’s village. It is where you’ll find fantastic structures such as the Church of Our Savior, Danish Architecture Center, The Opera House, Lille Mølle, and Holmen, with the strategic … More Freetown Christiania