At the end of March, 2018, I took a trip to Copenhagen to meet up with my friend to sightsee and spend some quality time together. While the temperatures were chilly and the skies were grey, the city presented itself in full color. The yellows and reds made it seem as if the weather weren’t so gloomy.
Nyhavn is almost always spectacular with all the colors in a row. It is perfectly framed by this gate.
In the older center of the city is perhaps one of the most photogenic and scenic areas, with narrow, cobblestone streets that are still very livable with housing, restaurants, and other businesses.
Gråbrødretorv is a nearly 360 degree view of colorful building all around. You can sit and enjoy the view in one of the many outdoor cafes.
Sneaking a peek through open doors, sometimes allows you another view at colorful corner.
Even outside the old city center, the colorful buildings continue. This is in the neighborhood of Nørrebro, a thriving, active area with lots to discover.
I thoroughly enjoyed seeing the colors of Copenhagen and especially since it was so much more than I expected.