//Dragør Old Town//

28/05/2015

On the very tip of Copenhagen is a small town called Dragør. I'd like to describe it as the most stunning hyggelige village in our capital city. It is a stunning place, with old brick houses, and cobbled streets. There is also a harbour with a lovely watch tower, and many small restaurants, shops, and ice-cream parlours around. If you are visiting Copenhagen, I must insist you come out here just to get away from the hustle and bustle of the bigger city, and get some wind in your hair and breathe in the salty air. It is also one of the places in town you will find pure Danish hygge. The surrounding beaches are also sandy, and nature runs wild and free. One of my absolute favourite places to come on a sunshiny day.
Beautiful old houses on cobbled streets
Drying Fishing nets are always a good place to run through
 Pastels galore
More cobbled streets 
 The watchtower 
Cowparsley and a great place to go for a walk
 Picking summer flowers - also a fab place for a picnic


Get here by bus, train


A wears: top H&M, Leggins: Little pieces, hat H&M, sunnies H&M boots ZARA
H wears: top: little pieces, cardigan NoaNoa, hat H&M, skirt H&M, knee-high socks H&M, shoes Milk Copenhagen

16 comments:

  1. What a dreamy little place! The charms of Denmark perfectly captured by you, Anya!

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    1. Thank you Igor - you'll love these secret little places in CPH :)

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  2. so lovely - this is has been on our list of places to check out forever and definitely inspiring me to go sooner rather than later!

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    1. You should deco visit - you'll all love it :)

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  3. Ohhhh your daughters are the cutest, Anya! And Holly is sooooo "COOL" on that bench. (also love her skirt!!!). Dragor seems like such a nice place for a little out-of-the-city trip. Can I go there now? <3

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    1. Thanks Judith , Holly dressed herself - knee highs and all, (she was also rather cold ) and yes when are you visiting next :)

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  4. lovely pics Anya, happy weekend xoxo

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  5. Such a beautiful place, so lovely :) Happy weekend doll xx

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  6. This place looks lovely! I might have to move to Copenhagen one day, it looks like such an amazing city. x

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    1. Ohh you should Mel, only thing letting the place down is the weather ;-)

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  7. What a cosy little town! I like all your Copenhagen tips! :)

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