Posts Tagged ‘sweden’

Reserve123 In Europe

Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

Are you on Instagram? If not, you should truly join. For those visually-driven social media users, Instagram is a Godsend. Twitter is for those of us who have something to say to the world; Instagram is for those of us who have something to show the world, and unlike Pinterest, the content is (usually) created by the user. If you’ve ever sat alone in a nice, little park for lunch and thought, “I wish I could share this moment with someone,” you need Instagram.

The Reserve123 team is all over the map, and most recently, Nikita spent some time in Europe. She was kind enough to take us on her photo journey via Instagram, and my goodness, ’twas a beautiful journey!

Champs Elysee – Paris, France


Stockholm, Sweden


Üsküdar – Istanbul, Turkey


Sacré-Coeur – Paris, France

The Musée du Louvre – Paris, France


Louisiana Museum – Copenhagen, Denmark


La Seine – Paris, France


Hagia Sophia – Istanbul, Turkey


Det Ny Teater – Copenhagen, Denmark

You can check out all of the instagram photos under the #Reserve123 hashtag, and feel free to tag us whenever you snap a picture abroad. We love seeing the sights with you. Also, leave us a little note after you follow us so we can return the favor.

Happy travels!

Copenhagen, a City of Exquisite Design

Monday, September 22nd, 2008

Copenhagen, the capital and largest city in Denmark, is currently number 1 in Monocle’s Top 20 Most Livable Cities Chart and is also heralded as the ‘Best Design City’ by the magazine.It began as a fishing village and is now one of the top design capitals of the world.Over 1.2 million call this fantastic city home today.You can see Copenhagen by bus or by boat and you can look at the city in terms of its castles, museums, and history tours for further insight into what makes the city tick.


For an abbreviated tour of the city in general, take the Copenhagen City Tour in Denmark.It will show you all the major city highlights, including Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek – at which you will be exposed to a tremendous art collection from local and international artists – Christiansborg Palace, which houses the Danish Parliament and the Royal Reception Rooms, Thorvaldsen’s Museum, The Royal Theatre, and The National Museum.A personal favorite was the trip to The Royal Theatre, which was made famous throughout the world for its Royal Ballet.For a great introduction to the city that won’t take up your whole day, this tour can’t be beat.Another city tour option is the City Sightseeing Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour in Copenhagen – Mermaid Tour, which takes you to many notable locations including Rosenberg, Town Hall Square, Gustav Kirken, and The Little Mermaid – a magnificent statue that sits on a rock in Copenhagen Harbour at Langelinie.

If you are anxious to see Sweden as part of your stay in the Copenhagen area, check out the Sweden Tour from Copenhagen Denmark.This full day excursion takes you from Copenhagen to Elsinore and across the narrow strait to Helsingborg.Along the way you will see some gorgeous residential areas and incredible architecture, including Kronborg, or Hamlet’s Castle.Once in Sweden, you will travel to Helsingborg and Lund, which was founded in 1020 and is a university city from the Middle Ages.Until the Reformation, Lund was Scandinavia’s cultural, religious, and commercial centre.You will stop for lunch on your own and will also travel to the famous University of Lund. Next you continue on to Malmø, the third largest city in Sweden.You will also have time to go shopping and do some sightseeing before your journey back to Copenhagen.

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