Thursday, April 18, 2019


Today is the start of my 10 days long Easter trip around Europe. This time the focus will be in the cities instead of trains, but I will travel by train except for one replacement bus and a boat.
 I'm leaving Stockholm on this beautiful April morning with a direct train to Copenhagen.
 In the times of "flygskam", I am glad that my hobby is an environmental friendly one.
 X2 train to Copenhagen

 The railway is being upgraded from 2 to 4 tracks here between Malmö and Lund
 Arriving to Malmö
 The bridge to Denmark

 Arriving to Copenhagen, no considerable delays this time
 X2 train is arriving to a "normal" platform instead of the usual track 26 (from which it takes 15 min to walk to the station).

 Important information for my trip tomorrow. The train between Copenhagen and Hamburg is partially replaced by bus during 6 months.

 Rådhuspladsen (City Hall Square)

 The Round Tower - perfect place for a view of Copenhagen

 Kongens have

 Frederik's Church
 St. Alexander Nevsky Church - Russian Orthodox church

 Langelinie Park

 Den Lille Havfrue

 Interrail advertisment
 S-tog in Copenhagen

 Norrebro station on the Ringbanen line

 Norrebro station opened in 1886, the current station building is from 1930

 Den røde plads Aksel Larsens plads


 Peafowl birds

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