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cozy winter in copenhagen

Kate ParrishComment
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over thanksgiving we took our first international vacation as a family of 3 to copenhagen. it exceeded our expectations with delicious food, warm people, cozy wine bars, an exceptionally clean metro system, loads of baby friendly things to do and endless christmas markets. despite the cooler temps all the locals were still on bikes and did not let winter stop them from being out and about -— kids fill the playgrounds bundled up and everyone is making the most of it. [most] of our days were spent walking and exploring, stopping here and there for bites and drinks and browsing. oren was such a trooper and it gave us the confidence that traveling with a baby isn’t as scary as we thought it would be.

a few favorite spots: 

yaffa for lunch or dinner
bodil for a coursed dinner
hotel sanders lunch or drinks by the fireplace
cafe dryehaven casual breakfast/lunch or drinks
absalon church for breakfast or evening family style dinner
lille bakery worth the journey! hit up la bianchina afterwards as they are in the same area
brød bakery try the local favorite cheese toastie
ancestral, pio vin & bar, ved stranden 10 some cozy and cool wine bars
tivoli garden we went for the cozy christmas market, but it’s worth a visit all year round
kihoskh an up-leveled convenient store great for grabbing cool beers to go
tapperiet brus cool beer hall near a lot of cute shops
meatpacking district — wander around, mother and prolog coffee
the round tower – worth the walk up!
assistens cemetery – beautiful grounds, locals almost treat it like a park more than a cemetery. tons of trees and spots for picnics, or just a nice stroll

here is an overload of pics…

T R A V E L T I P:
if you are traveling internationally with a baby under 9 months, call the airline and they’ll hook you up with a bassinet seat for no additional charge [in coach, at the bulkhead]. this was soo helpful.


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