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Day 5 - This little town named Dragør has end my solo Copenhagen trip with a beautiful note. It is located on the southeastern coast of the island of Amager, approximately 30 minutes bus ride from central Copenhagen. This beautiful town consists of many well-preserved historical buildings where you can easily spot yellow-painted houses, red roofs, and cobblestone streets built in the traditional Danish style. Quite a number of these buildings are hundreds of year old and the harbour front that is still in use adds charms to the old part of the town. From the harbour, you could easily spot the Øresund Bridge that connects Denmark and Sweden. To me, this town basically is a fairy tale town that comes to live and when I was walking through the town to the harbour, I literally felt that I was living in a fairy tale :) Ice-cream is ALWAYS the awesome go-to street food after walking almost the whole day under the sun. I am so glad that the girl who served me recommended to top my ice-cream with MASHMALLOW CREAM, which absolutely took my taste buds to heaven! So yummy! ;)