Is there anything better than living abroad and having your family over to show them around your new beautiful home country? Finally, my family visited me in Denmark, and as I love planning holidays, they got an extensive sightseeing program for the four days they spent here.
On March 23, I met them at the central station in Copenhagen, from where we first went to Torvehallerne for coffee and food until we could check-in at our Airbnb. Afterward, we did some classical sightseeing and went to Nyhavn, Amalienborg, the Little Mermaid, and so on. We were quite exhausted after so much walking and also had to get up earlier the next day, so went to bed earlier as well.
The next day in the morning, we went to Malmö in Sweden. However, the weather was cold and windy that day and we also doubted if it was really worth visiting Malmö. However, we made the best out of it, while we went shopping and had lunch there as well. And this way, I was at least able to once travel across the Øresund Bridge.
We spent our last day in Copenhagen again doing sightseeing before leaving for Odense in the afternoon. After we got there, we went to my dorm for a short rest and later for dinner at Arkaden Food Market. There, we met Flora and her family, which was also currently visiting her. On our last day together, I then showed them around Odense. And a few hours later, it was already time to say goodbye to mum, dad, and my sister as they had to go back to the airport again. However, we had a great time together, and I was happy they visited me in Denmark.