SINCE …I attended a seminar in the beautiful city of Warnemuende on the East Coast of Germany I decided to make some vacation afterwards and take a bus to Copenhagen (some days later I also took a train to Gothenburg). This short trip was also my first time booking a room via AirBnB. The photography equipment I had with me was the Fuji X-T10 with the XF23mm F1.4 lens and the Olympus OM-D E-M10 II, on that camera I mainly used the M.Zuiko 75mm F1.8 and the M.Zuiko 8mm F1.8 Fisheye Pro.


I had a really nice room at the place of a hospitable family in Norrebro, a multicultural place with lots of students. These are some photos of my hosts ;):

There are lots of nice cafes near the water where I had brunch and enjoyed the view, e.g. Kaffesalonen:

Barbecue and Stella Polaris Festival

A friend of my hosts was kind enough to invite me to a barbecue. The weather was bad but nevertheless I had a great evening with some very nice people:

People of Copenhagen like to party – so the next day I went to the Stella Polaris Festival in a park:


The first two days were quite relaxing so it was time to discover the city on the next two days. You can walk the whole city without problems or like most people in Copenhagen do, use a bike. I walked to the castle, the Frederik’s Church and spent time in Nyhavn and Christianshavn including the street food place Papiroen. Here are some impressions:

I hope I was able to show you why Copenhagen is woth a visit. You can book cheap flights from Germany or if you live in the Northern part of Germany it’s not far away by car / ferry. A good location for a long weekend :).


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Pierre Aden

I'm a photographer located in Frankfurt, Germany. When I am not travelling / taking pictures I like to play Table Tennis / Squash or watch TV Series. I work in a German bank in the Anti-Money-Laundering department.

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