I went on a free trip! | København Influencers Trip


One of the most amazing things that have happened to me since I started blogging is becoming an ambassador of Vitamin Well and getting the opportunity to travel with them to Copenhagen for fashion week. It was an amazing experience that I was lucky to share with my Fashion Week partner in crime, Sofi Alurralde . I also got to meet a lot of influencers from all over the world, and explore the dynamic Scandinavian city in their wonderful company. Joining the Vitamin Well family has been such a good adventure because I really believe in the brand and the fact that it offers a modern, healthier and tasty alternative to sodas and sugary juices. It is tasty, nutritious enough and contains less sugar. My favourite Vitamin Well drinks are:
1) Awake as it contains caffeine which contributes to increased alertness and improved concentration It also contains vitamin D, B12 as well as folic acid. All of those ingredients contribute to the immune system’s normal function.
2) Focus contains caffeine, which contributes to increase alertness, and improve concentration. It also contains vitamins C, niacin, pantothenic acid, B6 and B12 which contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
3) Hydrate because it helps you to refill lost fluids and contains vitamin C, B12 and pantothenic acid which all contribute the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Moral of the story: I am always tired and sleepy, so I need Vitamin Well to give me energy. 

As expected, following my Portugal, BarcelonaMarrakech and Monaco guides, here are my recommendations for Copenhagen: 

Where to stay:
– Guldsmeden Hotel
– Manon Les Suites
– Marriott
– AC Hotel by Marriott
– Nimb (ultra fancy!)
– Hotel d’Angleterre
– 66 Guldsmeden
– Hotel Sct. Thomas
– Hotel SP34  

What to see:
Since I was in Copenhagen for only 2 days, and I wanted to see as much as I can, I decided to be touristy af and do the city bus tour, as you can hop on and off whenever you decide. This is the best option if you don’t have much time, and you want to see the city’s highlights. Here are some of the places I checked out:  
– Nyhavn
– The Little Mermaid statue
– Palads
– King’s Garden
– Strøget
– Christiansborg Palace
– The Botanical Garden
– Amalienborg Palace
– Rosenborg Castle
– City Hall Square

Where to eat:
For Breakfast:
– The Union Kitchen
– Far’s Dreng
– Cafe 22

For lunch:
– Marv & Ben
– Restaurant Amalie
– Husmann’s Vinstue

For dinner:
– Gro Spiseri

– Søllerød Kro (fancy!)
– Restaurant Schoennemann

What to wear:
– Make sure to bring all of your hipsterish clothes. Some of my outfits did not fit the vibe of the city, because they were too French and classy. Next time I visit, I will make sure to mix and match different styles and be more playful with my outfits. 

What impressed me the most:
– How incredibly kind and friendly everyone is!

You shouldn’t leave Copenhagen without:
– Visiting Nyhavn and the Little Mermaid statue. 

Most memorable experience:
– Meeting several designers during fashion week and falling inlove with the Scandinavian fashion scene. 

What I want to do next time in Copenhagen:
– I want to go to the Tivoli Gardens, because I did not have a chance this time.





Yours truly,

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