I'm a college student trying to decide whether to study abroad in Copenhagen or Florence. Both programs seem great and have classes that would be interesting/actually relevant to my academic interests (although Copenhagen slightly more so). I've never been to Europe and don't know much about the cities besides what you can read about online. I don't speak any Danish or Italian, just some Spanish.. though would be taking language classes wherever I end up. I feel like a full immersion in any study abroad experience is nearly impossible if you don't speak the language, but I would like to try to break out of the American student bubble and would love to be in a place where that's actually possible. So those of you who have been places - where would you pick??
studying abroad - Florence or Copenhagen?
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