The tour starts and ends in Nyhavn, the most charming area in Copenhagen. I posted a few photos of the beautiful colors here. This quaint, canal side street is lined with bars and restaurants. We decided to work our way down and have a little bar crawl. We actually found ourselves here a few times over the five days as it was right down the street from our hotel, it was one of the few lively areas durning the holiday and, it's just so darn cute.
I actually captured this photo of one of Copenhagen's most famous landmarks, The Little Mermaid, on a morning run. She looks really beautiful in the morning light.
Here were are at the Queen's Castle, with the Marble Church in the background (literally steps from our hotel!). We tried to visit the castle, unfortunately we arrived just as it was closing for the day.
The highlight of the day, and in my opinion, the whole trip, was our visit to the Church of Our Savior. We climbed up the tiny, windy steps of the timber structure that was built over 400 years ago. This is so amazing because you continue to climb the gilded spirals outside the tower. I'm not all the scared of heights, but being so close to the edge was definitely a rush, but the views are not to be missed.
It was a great trip and I would certainly return to Copenhagen and Amsterdam, though I was underwhelmed by Stockholm.