Part 3 of a series of “hikes in big cities”. For Parts 1 and 2, walks around San Francisco and New York, click here (NYC) and here (SF).
December 10, 2019
I had a few hours free in Copenhagen, Denmark, after leading a Google Sheets training workshop for a client.
It was a chance to fit in an exploratory nighttime ramble through the heart of this pretty city.
This was my approximate route, starting from hotel Skt Petri where I was staying, and taking in the Lego shop (of course!), the Skaal craft brew house (for dinner and beer) and Starbucks (for a cup of tea).
European cities are beautiful at this time of year.
They’re pedestrian- and bike-friendly of course, which I love, and full of wonderful architecture and old buildings.
But they really shine (pun intended) at this time of year.
They deck the streets with lights, people walk around hand-in-hand past Christmas markets, and everyone has a glow, a warmth, about them. At this time of year, London is like this too.
Here are a few photos from my short foot journey:
One day I’ll have to return for a longer walk and include some of the parks and lakes.