48 Hours in Copenhagen 

Marble Bridge
After some tasty drinks it was time to walk back to the hotel and experience a beautiful moonlit walk after a very busy and  memorable first day in the city.
Unfortunately, the clocks chimed and i realised it was time to bid this wonderful city farewell. I sadly walked back to my hotel to collect my luggage and made my way to the main train station. As i got my train ticket to the airport, i was able to glance at the opening of Tivoli gardens amusement park, the second oldest park in the world. Unfortunately due to the time of year I just missed the chance to visit this popular sight, but now I have an excuse to come back to this amazing city!

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