How to survive in one of the most expensive cities, without breaking the bank.
I am born and raised just outside of Copenhagen, where strawberries were bought in buckets where the grass ends in gooseberries and ribs. Back then, Copenhagen was a big city far away, but now I can jump on the train every 10 minutes, and be in the city center in less than 30 minutes. The distance is still the same but the city doesn’t feel that far away nowadays.
I love being in the city at summertime, spending my time biking or walking around, hanging out at a café having a coffee or a beer, go to Papirøen and eat at one of the many stalls at Copenhagen Street Food.
I often read or hear that Copenhagen are one of the most expensive cities to stay in, and that’s why many budget travelers avoid going here, but the truth is that you can actually explore Copenhagen without breaking the bank, so let’s dig into how that is possibly:
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