Denmark: Nykobing, Falster and Koge, Zealand

When I was back in Sweden I left the country for the neighbouring Denmark for a few days with my parents, just to get away a little. We drove down to the island Falster and back, making stops along the way.

Nykobing-Falster is a cosy little town with plenty of German tourists.

We arrived in the afternoon and found a cute bakery called Bjornebagaren (the Bear Baker) named after the statue outside.

On the way back to Sweden we stopped in Koge, a lovely old city quite close to Copenhagen. We found another café there in a nice courtyard looking typically Danish with yellow walls, green windows and hollyhocks in the flower beds.

We also had icecream, and since I was little I always order guf (like marshmallow fluff) when I am in Denmark. Yum!

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