Copenhagen in December

28 Comments on “Copenhagen in December

  1. I was there last year and loved it! The people were so friendly, the food was delicious, and Tivoli was awesome! We went to the nutcracker there, and the queen made all of the costumes for the ballerinas! Awesome!

    • Thank you so much for your kind words about Copenhagen. I’m happy that you had such a great time in Denmark. Our queen are doing a great job in many ways.
      All the best,

    • Hi Kamila. If you visit Copenhagen go in spring or autumn. You may be lucky with the weather though it’s difficult to predict in these times.
      All the best and a Happy New Year!

    • Dear Stefan. Copenhagen is a city so full of motives with wonderful proportions, colours and water. It’s an easy task 🙂
      I wish you a wonderful Christmas and nice holidays!!
      All the best,

  2. Lovely shots, Hanna. Your blog is always beautiful.
    Best of the season to you, and may all your dreams come true! {{hugs}} Resa xo

    • Dear Resa. You always make me proud of what I do. Thank you for that. I hope you are in for a very merry Christmas whether it’s on a train through the wilderness of Canada or having a wonderful evening with friends and family.
      All the best,

    • Thank you so much, Steve. I found this Irish blessing:
      ‘May joy and peace surround you,
      Contentment latch your door,
      And happiness be with you now,
      And bless you evermore.’

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