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My husband kept spotting this swirly stair care encircling the spire of the church as we toured the waterfront area near Nyhavn. He just HAD to go see what it was all about. So we trekked over to the church and discovered a long line...More
This a MUST to visit if you are in Copenhagen. THe church was builtback in the 1700's with an external sgtairway wrapped around the steeple. It takes 4 full turns around the steeple with beautiful views of Copenhagen, Check for opening times.
make sure the weather is good ! lots of steps, not an easy climb for some I'm sure. ladders and such through the bell tower. Once you get outside and start climbing the circular staircase on the outside of the tower you will be in...More
The church spire is what you'll notice first- beautiful and unordinary! Try climbing to the top- it's over 400 steps but the view is worth the work. The church is also lovely. A good stop in Copenhagen.
Just across one of the many bridges from Indre By, you’ll find Christianshavn. An eclectic area with old brick lanes, houses dating back to the 16th century, and canals which are home to many boats and ships, some of which has been turned into restaurants or even serve as fully furnished homes. The best known attraction in Chistianshavn is Christiania, a “free town” of residents who squat on a former military
area. However just a stone’s throw away from Christiania, you’ll find some of the most fashionable waterfront apartment buildings in Copenhagen as well as the splendid Royal Opera House.
You queue to get in (don't be put off if they are queuing out the door, it does move very quickly, the ticket office is up the first flight of stairs, then you can climb the rest, to the outside viewing area, you also have... More
You queue to get in (don't be put off if they are queuing out the door, it does move very quickly, the ticket office is up the first flight of stairs, then you can climb the rest, to the outside viewing area, you also have the opportunity to climb to the top (weather permitting) at no extra cost - the views are exceptional, as is the city