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  1. Awww I used to live and study in Denmark in Aarhus and this article takes me back. I used to take the train down to Copenhagen and wander around the beautiful streets as a broke student over 10 years ago. I would love to come back and see what the city is like now? It looks like some parts have changed and others are the same. xx

  2. Copenhagen looks so beautiful and like the perfect place to meet other travellers! Your guide is very detailed and informative, thank you so much for sharing! I would love to visit one day.

  3. Copenhagen is such a wonderful place to visit as a woman and it feels incredibly safe there. I stupidly left my Kate Spade bag (filled with my purse, travel money, camera, phone and engagement ring) in the toilets at the airport and flew into panic. I was so lucky as someone handed it in, this never would have happened I’m sure at my local UK airport.

  4. I really want to go back to Denmark. I visited Copenhagen but would really like to spend more time there and explore some more of Denmark too. Great job highlighting how perfect this is for a solo getaway, I can’t wait for mine

  5. Copenhagen (and the rest of Denmark) is such a wonderful place to experience. Love your input, will definitely check out your food recommendations next time I’m in Copenhagen!

  6. Copenhagen (and well, all of Denmark) sounds fantastic. I would probably take my husband along, but I can see it would be a fab place to travel alone as well. It all looks so lovely with a sprinkling of snow too.

  7. Somehow I have only travelled through Copenhagen when heading to Sweden, but have not yet had a chance to actually anything of Copenhagen itself. So really looking forward to a weekend in Copenhagen very soon (hopefully)

  8. oh how lovely are your photos?! I love that you added information on what to do as a single female traveler! Loving all the recommendations. I’m headed to CPH again in a few months and will be using your guide! x

    1. That’s great! Let me know if you have any other questions! I would be happy to help you!

  9. Wow, your photos of Copenhagen are beautiful! So many great recommendations and travel tips – bookmarking this in case I get to visit someday!

  10. Love your recommendations and pictures! I’d love to check out Tivoli Gardens, and Torvehallerne. I’ve never been to Copenhagen before, but I’m definitely interested in traveling there now. I will keep your guide in mind for sure!

  11. Your photos are stunning and have fueled my wanderlust! I’d love to take my girls to Tivoli Gardens (and the castle – they LOVE castles) Thanks for sharing!

  12. I’ve wanted to visit Copenhagen for quite some time! I am so happy to learn how solo friendly it is!

  13. I’ve never been to Copenhagen, but this post is definitely inspiring me to book a trip! Also had no idea how easy it was to take a day trip to Sweden from Copenhagen, how cool!

  14. I visited Copenhagen very briefly and I loved it! I also had the opportunity to go to Malmö, a very cool city. Thanks for the tips, I hope to travel to Copenhagen again soon!

  15. Sigh. I miss being able to head into Copenhagen by train. The borders are closed right now between Sweden and Denmark. Copenhagen is a great city! And I totally agree with all your recommendations.

    1. I just love all the pictures and they making me want to visit Copenhagen..thanks for sharing a detailed itinerary, this is really helpful

  16. This is amazing! Copenhagen is on my bucket list for when we are able to travel internationally again! The Tivoli Gardens look absolutely beautiful and all the hotels and restaurants you talk about look amazing! 🙂

  17. Great itinerary! It reminded me of my time in Copenhagen. However, there are still lots of places that I need to visit. Thanks for the advice.

  18. Thank you for sharing such a detailed guide! I would love to visit Copenhagen (solo) one day so definitely saving this for later 🙂

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