I’m really excited to interview Sally Bunnell of Navi Savi about Copenhagen, Denmark. Sally’s tips for the best things to do in Copenhagen are awesome because she moved to Copenhagen while working a remote job and feels that the city is the perfect balance between her small-town roots, Scandinavian heritage, and the big city life of New York City.
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We share a lot of resources and local suggestions in today’s podcast, but you should also check out Visit Copenhagen, the local visitor’s bureau. They are a wealth of information and can help you plan an itinerary based on your time, budget, and interests.
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Getting around Copenhagen
The local airport is Copenhagen Airport (CPH), which is about a twenty-minute drive to the city.
Sally says that, if you’re staying downtown, there’s no need to rent a car. For the best offers, visit Avis, Budget, or Hertz.
Uber and Lyft are excellent ways to get around.
Places we talked about on the podcast
Here is a map of all of the places we talked about on the podcast episode with Sally Bunnell about Copenhagen, Denmark. You can zoom into the map and click on each dot to explore the city.
- Red dots = best places to eat in Copenhagen, Denmark
- Green dots = best things to do in Copenhagen, Denmark
- Yellow dots = best places to stay in Copenhagen, Denmark
Who is Sally Bunnell?
Sally Bunnell is the CEO & Founder of NaviSavi, an authentic experience video travel app. A passionate traveler with 95 countries stamped on her passport and a full-time digital nomad, she found a disconnect between the discovery process and the actual travel experiences she was having, hence Navi Savi was born.
As a Senior Vice President at a Record Label for over 15 years, Sally has spent her career creating and marketing video content for Gen X and Z, for influential artists, and brands around the world. Sally was recently named one of Phocuswright’s Young Leader in Travel and Voyager’s Top Female Founders Finalist.
Here are a few articles that were written about the Navi Savi app:
- Startup Stage: NaviSavi is an app for sharing short-form travel videos
- The travel app that pays you cash – NaviSavi ft Sally Bunnell #V
- Nebraskan hopes to open up a brand new world in travel industry with app
You can connect with Sally on her website and on Facebook and Instagram.
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Stay tuned for our next episode
Listen to the next episode when Kimberly Jarrett of Southern Places and Faces shares the best things to do in Abingdon, Virginia. In this episode, Kim and I talk about catching a show at The Barter Theater, hiking the Virginia Creeper Trail, and exploring Revolutionary War battlefields at the Muster Grounds. We hope you’ll join us when We Travel There.
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