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KIRKENs ABNINGSTIDER Dagligt kl. 11.00-15.30 Fri entre Lukket for sightseeing under kirkelige handlinger THE CHURCH - OPENING HOURS Daily 11am-3:30pm Free entrance Closed for sightseeing during services
All reviews afraid of heights worth the climb spiral staircase bell tower great view of the city well worth the effort viewing platform walk up round tower copenhagen card sunny day spire organ narrower vertigo copper christianshavn
The view is worth the climb! Highest point in Copenhagen. This church tower is something I've never seen before so actually to be able to get right to the top is amazing. Short film they played at one of the tower rooms was very informative....More
Most tour books address the 400 steps climb to the top of the 1752 tour and the 200,000 people per year who dare to climb the 90 meters. If you, like me, do not chose to test whether or not you are "vertiginously challenged," there...More
this is mental and a must see.
but be warned climbing up is not easy. its a small space and wooden steps / ladders is how you get to the top.
its hard work and you will get a sweat on.
the view however is...More
This church has an unusual spiral staircase up the outside of the spire. The views from there are pretty good and it’s one of the most unusual towers I have been up. It may not be for everyone. The stairs up are steep - there...More
Unlike most churches, you are not encouraged to visit the interior of this church. The attraction is the bell tower and the spectacular spiral spire (say that three times fast) that can be seen from most of the city. Ifirst saw it from one of...More
This building is breathtaking and the fact that you can climb all the way to the top is even better.
It is a bit of hard work with some steep, ladder like steps. Just take your time and rest when needed. The views at the...More
The church itself is not out of the ordinary, except for the bell tower which is atypical. There is a spiral staircase that climbs on the outside of the tower. Besides, the stairs are quite narrow and there are quite a lot of tourists trying...More
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.
Nothing is free - but it was not prohibitively expensing. ;-). Well worth the views! and the unique stairwell - which proved challenging at times as it is both the up and the down stairwell - and quite narrow - but that's... More
Nothing is free - but it was not prohibitively expensing. ;-). Well worth the views! and the unique stairwell - which proved challenging at times as it is both the up and the down stairwell - and quite narrow - but that's how they built them back then.