Around Copenhagen on Vintage Bikes

I’ve been to Denmark plenty of times, but I rarely spend more than a day in Copenhagen because, if you know me, I don’t like big cities. Laura says it’s because I’m a lame hipster. I won’t deny that. But at the same time, I can’t resist the idylic charms of Helsingør, or the candy-sweet Ribe. Today changed my mind, though. Copenhagen is a gorgeous city, and I want to kick myself for not realising that sooner. All it took was a trip on vintage bikes.

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  1. There are tons of different places to rent a bike in Copenhagen. They vary from bike cafes, guided tours, and do it yourself. There are more quirky places that allow you to hire trendy designer bikes if you want to experience the city in style.

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