A wall of Heineken bottles.
Strøget is one of the longest pedestrian shopping streets in Europe. But since we were here during the weekend of Easter, a lot of the stores were closed.
After walking past many closed stores, I found this little gem that sells a little bit of everything – from home decors to souvenirs to random knick-knacks.
I loved all the plants and outdoor decors!
The Round Tower
This tower is the oldest functioning observatory in Europe.
The view from the top of the tower.
It was a little difficult to get a good photo of the view from the top because it was fenced all around for safety. But other than that, you get a pretty nice view of the city.
We made our way to Nyhavn afterwards and finally got to see those colorful buildings I always see on postcards and Google images! This place has been on my bucket list for years and I can finally see it with my own eyes.
We also went on a 1-hour canal tour where we got to see a different side of Copenhagen and a lot of the sights that we saw when we were walking around the city.
We finished the day with dinner at Restaurant Karla, just somewhere we found on Yelp that was near where we stayed.