10 days in the clinking cold of Copenhagen, Denmark and Malmö, Sweden
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Europe10 days / January 2017
Highs & Lows
The little Mermaid in Copenhagen, Former Prison Museum in Malmö
The cold, the wind and the prices
Denmark and Sweden in January is probably only for the cold-loving hearts of us, but you have fewer tourists, and you will definitely see the city in a different "light" (or darkness :-P)
The Little Mermaid, DK
We went to see the Little Mermaid by Bus, and it's actually smaller than I would have expected it. Still, it was breathtaking, with the foggy weather and the snow.
To see the famous Nyhavn during Winter makes it very special for me. It's a different vibe, with the houses and the boats in between all the snow and the people sitting in the nice coffee shops and having a good time. I enjoyed it very much, but I really want to see it in summer.
Malmöhus Museum, SE
The former prison is now home to a huge and very impressive exhibition. The first part of the museum is the natural history part, with a lot of Animals, and you will be impressed how huge some of them are in real life. You go further, and you will learn a lot about the history itself, and at the end, there is the former prison museum. Very impressive as well. For me, it was the perfect day, and I can only recommend it. But you will probably take all day for it.
Q & A
What would you have changed?
I would probably not go there in Winter again, but it was nice to experience it.
What tips would you give a friend?
Warm warm warm clothes
Bus and Tram works pretty good, just inform yourself about buses at night or evening