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 very picturesque place, with old brick houses, and cobbled streets. There is also a harbour with a lovely watch tower, and many small shops, and ice-cream parlours around. If you are lucky you can catch the fishermen, and buy fresh fish right off the boat or eat in one of the restaurants there. The place has that summer feel to it, and there is nothing better than coming here, getting a
huge ice cream, and sitting on a bench, taking it all in, and enjoying the quiet day-to-day of this little corner of the city.
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