Copenhagen

Photography, Travel
Copenhagen

Copenhagen is one of my favorite cities, not least because it has some of the world’s finest restaurants and excellent coffee. So this summer, I got to stay two full weeks in Denmark’s beautiful capital. The first week was spent in a big house with a bunch of friends and at a nearby gym, training all day at the BJJ Globetrotters summer camp – with a daily break for brunch of course.

Copenhagen – Part 5: The Coffee Collective

Eat + Drink, Photography, Travel
Copenhagen – Part 5: The Coffee Collective

Finding decent coffee in Copenhagen is not too difficult a task. My intention was finding the best one though (which, admittedly, wasn’t all that hard either.) So here we go: The Coffee Collective, best coffee in Copenhagen.
They have three locations in the city, I first went to the Jægersborggade one. The café’s setting was simple yet cozy, everything was really focused on the coffee (although they did serve good breakfast too). They roast their coffee right in there for everyone to see.

Copenhagen – Part 4: Torvehallerne

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Copenhagen – Part 4: Torvehallerne

Torvehallerne (Danish for the market halls) consists of two halls filled with countless food stands. Refreshing smoothies, delicious coffee and tea, exotic spices, tasty sandwiches, gourmet hot dogs, experimental interpretations of dishes from around the world, affordable prices and, of course, free Wi-Fi.

Copenhagen – Part 1: Color

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Copenhagen – Part 1: Color

Before heading home for a few days, I visited another wonderful Nordic city. I’ve been there a couple times before but I think I’d never spent as much time in restaurants and cafés as I did this time (let’s talk about this in a few days). I stayed at Sleep in Heaven hostel for the first time. It’s been recommended to me a couple times before so I was really curious about that place. It really was quite a nice low-budget accommodation in an otherwise expensive city, despite the three-level bunk beds that were sort of scary. It was situated next to a cozy park in a quiet neighborhood, where I took most of my photos.