There is just too much to do in Copenhagen and I only had 2 full days. I loved every minute so it is a matter of when, not if, I return to Copenhagen.
Here are the 10 activities I look forward to (and with my grandkids someday):
- I really hoped that I could have rented a bike and searched for the Giants in a scavenger hunt. Next time.
- The Resistance Museum was closed due to fire damage in 2013 and will reopen at the end of 2018. Next time, or the time after that.
- I drooled over the royal horses training in the arena and in the future I will visit the Royal Stables.
- Denmark has made such a big impression for a small country of 5.5 million people on the world of design. In the future I will check out the Design Museum Denmark.
- I only lightly sampled the world of desserts and pastries. In the future I will try the Bertel‘s cheesecake.
- When my grandson Calvin is old enough, we will go to Tivoli Gardens amusement park for the day.
- Several people suggested taking the boat tour through the canals and rivers of Copenhagen. I opted for the bike tour. Next time.
- I’m fascinated by the history of Denmark. In the future I will visit the Museum of National History Denmark.
- The oldest sweet shop in Copenhagen awaits. Must taste La Glace.
- Finally, and it is a two-day trip, I will take my grandson (and any other grandkids) with my new LEGO VIP card to Billund to the Danish LEGOland!
P.S. What I won’t be doing is using these two guide books to plan my future visits. They were both very disappointing and the maps particularly frustrating. TripAdvisor provided my most useful information.