Image Credit - ImgurCopenhagen is a well connected city. A train from the main station (in the centre of the city) will take you over Øresund Bridge (made famous by the TV series "The Bridge"). While on the train, you won't actually be able to see much as the bridge runs below the car path - I would love to drive across it! There are a few different options you can pick for your day-trip into Sweden. The options we had were:
- Return train across the bridge to Malmö (Sweden)
- Return train across the bridge to Lund (Sweden)
- Train to Helsingør (Denmark), ferry to Helsinborg (Sweden), train to Malmö (Sweden), train across the bridge back to Copenhagen.
Photo credit lies with the Instagram account @yoeshi.Now, I feel like this should be on any list of things to do in Copenhagen. The author of "The Little Mermaid" was Hans Christian Andersen, a Danish writer, and so it's only fair that a statue is resurrected in honour of the fairytale. However.... we never actually ended up getting to see The Little Mermaid up close. We saw it from afar on a canal cruise and can confirm that this tiny statue is absolutely over run by tourists. As we began the walk to the attraction before our late afternoon flight, the heavens opened. Getting drenched in torrential rain before getting on a flight didn't sound like too much fun. I'd also have really loved to visit Kastellet on the walk there! 13. Rundetaarn (The Round Tower)
Photo credit lies with the Instagram account @dhowelldesigns.Another attraction that I unfortunately didn't get to see was the Round Tower. For some reason before my trip, I hadn't heard anything about The Round Tower but since being back, it's been plastered all over my Instagram feed! There's something about that perfectly sloped curve that makes for such a satisfying photo!
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