Before the start of the International term which is nothing but student Exchange Program between IMT Ghaziabad and other International Institutes, we got leaves for 15 days which is the longest leave till date. But since I and my wife both are globetrotters and love to experience new cultures and visit new places, we utilized our time judiciously. So after completing the Amritsar circuit, despite the term, our travel mode was still on.
Canal Tours Copenhagen
Copenhagen or popularly known as København in Danish is the destined location for us for the next 28 days. The ongoing temperature here in the city is approx 4 degrees with a few showers. On the very first day since our arrival, Prof. Ravi Vatrapu, a professor at the department of IT management of CBS, took us for a canal tour which gave a panoramic tour of the city. Later on, we were invited by the Professor for a welcome dinner at the Tivoli Gardens.
If you ever visit Copenhagen and wish to have a city tour via canal tour then try t reach Kongens Nytorv Metro Station. From the station, it's a 15 mins walk to reach Nyhavn. The boats for the ride starts from Nyhavn.
The best way to reach Copenhagen Business School is by Metro. The nearest station to drop by is Frederiksberg Metro Station which takes around 30 mins from Ørestad Metro Station.
Panoramic view of Copenhagen Business School
In and around the city
There are a lot of tourist attractions in Copenhagen. Some of them are listed below:-
- The Little Mermaid
- Botanical Garden
- Amager Strand Beach
- Islands Brygge Beach
- Tivoli Gardens
- Christiansborg Palace
The rest of the places can be checked in the link Visit Copenhagen. If you liked this blog, then kindly leave a comment below and share it with your friends and family.