Prague is the largest city as well as the capital of the Czech Republic. It has its own unique character with baroque architecture and many Gothic churches throughout the city. I traveled there from Krakow, Poland by a tourist bus from the main station. The bus ride took me about 7 hours in total and the ticket both ways cost 70 PLN ($20). I arrived around 6:45 am and it was still dark outside, so I found the closest open place, which was of course a McDonald and started drinking coffee while I waited until sunrise.
Do you sometimes get this feeling that going somewhere you wish you had at least a basic knowledge about what you will see there? Do you find searching through websites tedious and annoying? I do. This is why I will try to put together some facts about spots I have seen in Copenhagen.
When I left the metro, I wanted to find a city bike and ride to Rosenborg Palace. But it is well known that plans like to change, so of course the bike ride did not happen. Kongens Nytorv stop is located just a few steps from Nyhavn, a 17th-century Copenhagen waterfront. It was originally used as a port, which with time has grown from a fishermen spot into a busy entertainment center. You will find lots of restaurants, coffee shops, as well as a general great relaxing atmosphere. From there you can also jump onto a boat and for 40 Danish krones have an hour long canal tour.