A very interesting example of architecture of another time as the floor winds as rises to the top. The views of the city are excellent and it is a very good way to orient yourself to the location of all of the major sights. Do...More
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This 17th century round tower is an astronomical observatory. You reach the top of the tower through a spiral ramp and there are few interesting stops along the way. The 360deg view over the city of Copenhagen is really awesome on clear days.
The view is a little restricted by a metal railing (presumably to stop suicides) so not great for the photographer wanting a panorama and it's not the ideal location to see the best sights from. So I'd say it's probably a better experience for a...More
What a fascinating building. Slopping floor from ground to top. Beautiful views from the top all over the city. Worth a visit if you have an hour to spare.
The slope up to the top of the tower is gentle so it takes awhile. There are a few places to stop which makes it pretty easy even if you're not in great shape. I went up with two small children and didn't have too...More
This is a 17th century round tower right in the middle of Copenhagen which was an astronomical observatory. The entrance fee is 25dkk ( about £3) and well worth it for the amazing views from the top. This gives a wonderful photo opportunity. On a...More
This is something a bit different with the corkscrew walk up to the top for a good view of the city. You can go at your own pace as there is plenty of room for others to pass and with just a few stairs when...More
Really surprised to find there are no steps just a sweeping slope to climb. Well worth going to the top with great views of the city.