Bike trip to Humlebæk, the idyllic old fishing village north of Copenhagen
One of the best trips of this year was a bike trip on the Danish Riviera, to the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, in Humlebæk, 40 km north of Copenhagen. Initially, we planned to explore on bike only the surroundings of the museum, so we took our bikes on train with us. But, arriving in Humlebæk and being blessed with an amazingly warm weather, we decided to push our limits and do as much as we can of the back trip on our bikes. We kept on repeating that we will take the train in the next city, but each time we arrived in "the next city" we where so impressed with its beauty, that we kept on biking until we reached Copenhagen.
Please take a look at my "I feel perfectly happy but tired" face :))
Well, it took us around 4 hours, because we stoped in every harbour, just to see which one is prettier :)) I am so sorry I didn't took photos with all the places we saw on our road back, I was to tired from bikeing and so mesmerised by the breathtaking view, that I just could't think about anything else. Also, it was my "eat only fruits" day, so you can imagine how low was my level of energy :))
Thank God I did some photos in our start point, Humlebæk! This is a very old fishing village, with an history that can be traced back to the 16th century. As you can see from the photos, this place is so beautiful that it's almost unreal! I felt like in an imaginary world!
There is no need fore more words, the photo will speak for themselves. I will only strongly recommend you to put this place on your list, if you plan to visit Copenhagen. By train you will be there in less than a hour, there are a lot of connection and the place totally worth it!
Hugs and kisses, my dears!