Copenhagen, Culture, Expat life, Sunday Museum

DAC (Danish Architecture Center), Copenhagen

Okay, here’s a little break from my roadtrip re-caps – I’m back with a Sunday Museum post! Although, I may be cheating a little bit here because DAC is not a typical museum and I didn’t actually pay for the entry to go inside. But if the freely accessible parts of the place are anything to go by, I think it would be a good place to visit with family/kids because there’s a lot of tactile stuff, like a big slide, outdoor play area, and fun colours around the place.

It is an architecture center after all, so I hope you enjoy my ‘architectural’ shots of this place 🙂

It’s also located very centrally around some of the nicest areas to walk around in the city, in my opinion.

Have a great Sunday, and see you next week for another re-cap of my Eurotrip 🙂

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Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, Expat life, Travel

Nordhavn

Nordhavn is an area with an up-and-coming vibe and is situated on the harbour next to Østerbro, a.k.a the ‘fancy’ and family-friendly part of town.

You’ll see below that Nordhavn has some seriously cool building and recreational space design/architecture, and lots of new residential development in the works. There is plenty of space for outdoor swimming and cute cafes around the apartment blocks. I just enjoyed walking around the area and taking in the sights.

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