And the award goes to… Olufsvej!
I fell in love on a wrong turn back in August last year. I was exploring on a recce visit while my husband was working in Aarhus. I had no idea at the time that this quiet little full of color and charm street would be in my very own neighborhood. Oh to bike home to one of those brightly painted little row houses on a coming grey day. In summer they are a bloom with tall and brilliant hollyhocks and roses and lavender. (One of the Top 10 reasons I love summer in Copenhagen!)
Steer your bicycle wheels down this colorful street of charm, to or fro your visit to nearby Fælledparken. Olufsvej won’t disappoint. Make a stop at the Instagram worthy Oluf’s Is at the end of the street (closest to Østerbrogade) – check out their feed for mouth watering inspiration. Yum! And beautiful too! Perfect end to Olufsvej.
Mouthwatering Olufs Is Instagram Feed
Does a different Copenhagen street steal your heart? Tell me! Tell me! I’m bike mobile again and would adore a new place to point my handlebars towards! Enjoy the sunshine where you are and happy Fredag! Cheers from Denmark – Erin
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Looks lovely! I’m going to Copenhagen in the winter, so hopefully it’s just as pretty with a bit of frost!
Winter in Copenhagen is delightful too – check out one of my winter posts for a few snowy pics – http://oregongirlaroundtheworld.com/2015/01/21/a-winters-expatriation/ – when will you visit Denmark?
Beginning of December 🙂 will definitely check out the winter posts, I’m very excited to visit!
Hopefully it will be all decked for Jul (Christmas) when you come – super charming!
Seriously, so jealous! What an adventure, Erin!! Thank you for allowing us to travel there through your beautiful photography and written words. xo
It is so charming! I would fall in love instantly too!
Thanks Isabel! I wish I could live there it’s sooo cute. Cheers from Copenhagen – thanks for stopping by! Erin
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I saved your Croatia blog post over the weekend with the intention of reading it only to discover that you live in Copenhagen! I’m visiting the city in December and am so happy to have found Copenhagen blog posts. I keep getting mixed reviews of the city from so many people so I’m keen to make the most of our visit 🙂
Mixed reviews? No! It’s lovely! What do you want to know? December is a fantastic time to visit – I have a post about discovering Christmas in Denmark. Check it out. Happy to answer any questions – you can email me directly at email@example.com – Cheers, Erin
Hi Erin, people have said that there’s not much to see or do in Copenhagen lol! I will check out your Christmas post too. Thanks for the help!
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