Document Your Life #2 (August 24, 2017). Goodbyes of see you laters are a funny thing. So, I left Denmark today. Anders came and picked me up at 8:30 am at my dad’s house and as we were saying goodbye and see you and till next time…and posing for a few last minute photos, I […]
In the summer of 2016 (Aug. 13 – 20), I took a Baltic cruise with my family on Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas. We departed Copenhagen, Denmark, on August 13th. Day 1: Copenhagen, Denmark The check-in and boarding process in Copenhagen was incredibly fast and smooth. As soon as we boarded, I felt like […]
In the summer of 2016 I had lunch with my friend R at a lovely restaurant called Olivia Brasserie, located in Vintapperstraede.
If today is your last day in Korsør, you’re going to have a great day! If by now you’re getting the groove of this place (and you want to stay longer), you’ll probably be happy to know there’s much more to see and experience, incl. beaches, the forrest, nature trails, etc.
Hopefully, you had an amazing day visiting Korsør City (day 1) and you’re ready for another day of easy and relaxed sightseeing. Here’s what you should see on your 2nd day in Korsør:
Korsør (Korsor) isn’t a bustling city with a million shops, restaurants, bars, museums, etc. In fact, as you walk around you might wonder, “Where is everyone?” But it’s a cozy city, the kind of place where you can really relax, connect with nature and find some cool and interesting sights along the way.
I like to call Odense the Fairy tale city of Denmark. It is the 3rd largest city in Denmark with a population of 175,245 (2016) and the birthplace of one the world’s most famous fairy tale authors, Hans Christian Andersen.
Just outside the small town of Korsor (Korsør), located on the southwest side on the island of Zealand there is a suburb called Svenstrup. Here you’ll find lots of beautiful nature, beaches and farmland. It’s incredibly peaceful and quiet.
Most people, who travel to Denmark, go to Copenhagen or one of the other bigger cities like Odense (birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen), Roskilde or Aarhus. All of those cities are nice to visit and offer lots and lots of sights, museums, exciting restaurants and events to take part it. Especially Copenhagen – the capitol […]