We were very lucky to have some nice weather (although still very cold) when Terry and Sandra came to visit us mid-March. During one of the bright spells we walked up the Round Tower. The ramp (and not stairs) turns 7.5 times around the hollow masonry core of the tower before reaching the top.
I clearly like the architecture of the Round Tower so you can see a few images up and down the ramp! ;)
A few shots from the Observation deck. Copenhagen (and Denmark in general) is a pretty low city with few buildings rising high. It is actually quite interesting to see that most of the tall building are old buildings and mainly churches - just the way any city would have looked a few hundred years ago.
A vibrant courtyard with just a few bicycles parked.
The Town Hall, Rådhuspladsen.
It may look like a lens distortion but the ground in front of Rådhuspladsen (Town Hall Square) is curved like that!
How to pass for a Viking!
Lesson 1: Wear a Viking helmet.
A walk around Kastelet is a must when the weather is nice and clear.
There is no visit to Copenhagen without seeing the Little Mermaid.
Another spot to visit when the weather is lovely is Nyhavn. That day a band was playing and singing.
Some people always need more!! ;) A whole litre of Faxe beer!