I went to Copenhagen in February 2017. One of the key things I do, when I visit a new city or town is to sign up to a free walking tour. The important thing about these tours are that are free and tip based. I am yet to go on a free walking tour where the guides don’t go out of their way to please you by telling rich entertaining stories , giving you shots of history lessons, or peak into the local culture and food. While in Copenhagen, I went on 2 walking tours, one for the city center and another a cultural tour in the neighborhood of Christiania. Below is a snapshot of what I learnt during these tours. I found them interesting, I hope you find so too.
A Transformation consultant , Product Owner and Business Analyst by profession with an eternal traveler syndrome. Traveled in more than 26 countries in the last 5 years. I have been smitten by travelling ever since my first travel in the north of India in 2005 , when for the first time I traveled out of Mumbai (my birth place). I moved to London for work in 2010... and have traveled internationally ever since.
The things that enchant me about travel are the food, the people , the culture , the history , the architecture ( natural or man made) !!!
My top travel destination picks so far : the Inca trail in Peru , Fjords in Norway , Cappadocia in Turkey, Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia
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