Ever since I moved to Stockholm – even though there’s still a huge part of Sweden I’ve got to explore – Copenhagen has always been in my mind. Living this close, why not, right?
Fortunately, this was the trip I could do during last Easter break. I had no clue Copenhagen was so easily accessible from Malmö, Sweden’s third biggest city, located all the way to the South. Take a train from there across the Öresund Bridge, which happens to be the longest rail bridge in Europe; this ride will roughly take you half an hour, et voilà! Hello, Copenhagen!
Before jumping to this lovely Danish destination, this was also my first time visiting Malmö (four-hour train ride from Stockholm) and I managed to gather a couple of tips to share.
I’ve noticed that my interests while traveling have shifted a tiny bit. While I would normally be keeping an eye out for farmers markets and specific health food stores, this time all my mind was focusing on was: vegan spots, raw food and, obviously, the enthusiasm for good coffee is still there.
Coffee break at Solde Kaffe – Roasting since 2010. This café is right in the middle of the city and provides the ideal chill atmosphere with hip interiors. (Also where I discovered my new illustrator + artist crush: Maja-Lisa Bekken, it’s her work decorating the major wall).