We started our day doing what every other tourist in Copenhagen seems to do and visited the famous little mermaid.Its not hard to see why she’s one of the most visited tourist attractions in Copenhagen.
We picked the freshest of winter mornings to see this magical bronze sculpture from my favorite Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale... isn't she lovely!?
And luckily we just managed to just catch the changing of the guards at Amalienborg palace
Before heading off the tourist path for lunch at Mirabelle bakery
In the heart of the Nørrebro district, its part eatery, bakery, takeaway, and a bit of deli.
And started life as a little corner of the kitchen of Restaurant Relæ
Its a real gem, and serves the most wonderful lunch menu
Continuing with our fairy-tale theme day, we found ourselves at Rosenborg Castle... the most fairy tale castle of them all. Utterly magical and enchanting
After a busy day seeing all the fairy tale spots in Copenhagen, we headed out to dinner at Nimb Brasserie, passing the enchanting Tivoli gardens.
And if ever there was a way to end a fair tale day, than seeing the beautiful Tivoli gardens all lit up. Such a beautiful and memorising sight
The interior design at the hotel really is on point!
We actually had reservations somewhere else, but become so enamored with hotel Nimb during our afternoon tea the previous day we decided we had to come back.
Nimb Brasserie was a perfect choice. Stylish, but relaxed at the same time with a killer menu and excellent service... perfect
We settled in for a cosy night with a couple of classes of wine and and some incredible food
The Boeuf Bourguignon is to die for
A travel, beauty and lifestyle blog with the occasional afternoon tea by Angelina Belle
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