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Copenhagen Without Tourists | Coronavirus Denmark

Have you ever visited a city, and wondered what it would be like without tourists? I have vacationed around some giant tourist hubs this last year including Amsterdam, Paris, and London. And I always wonder what it would be like without the lines and selfie snappers. And amazingly, because of the coronavirus, I am getting to see some beautiful landmarks here in Denmark without tourists. Currently, Denmark has closed its borders, to everyone but Danes and a small population of people with work permits. So right now, all of the major Danish icons are virtually people-free. I feel like a VIP tourist! Rasmus and I ventured into Copenhagen to see the sites. We got a front-row parking spot at near

This Forest Spiral Path Lets You Walk Among Treetops in Denmark

Photo by Rasmus Hjortshoj Located in the Gisselfeld Kloster forest this observation tower stands 148 feet above the ground and lets you cruise through the tree tops on foot. On a sunny day, it is said that if you look North can see all the way to Copenhagen and Malmö. At the top you are about 450 feet above sea level. It opened in March of 2019 and was crowned one of Time Magazine’s World’s Greatest Places. The walkway is elevated, no stairs, and it allows you to circle all the way to the top and lookout. For 150 krones you park at Camp Adventure, where the tower is located, and walk two miles to get to the wooden observation tower. The tower has 12 circles that stretch up about 0.4 miles. T

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