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We had booked our lunch in the Parlament Tower Restaurant. The food was excellent (mainly open Sandwhiches with interesting and colourful artistic arrangement), the service very friendly (especially to our small child which was in our company) and the room with high ceiling and full...More
A little known fact about the Danish parliament and palace buildings is that they are mostly publicly owned, meaning that anyone - locals, travellers, and tourists - can go up the tower free of charge.
They limit the groups to forty people at maximum though,...More
Booked on line and was forced to accept either an early or late dinner spot via the online booking system. The reality was, Sunday is very quiet for them. I would have been better off ringing to book at a more civilised eating time.
This is the tallest tower in the city. Opens at 11am and is free to visit. You enter through the huge doors and join the queue for the lift. There are two lifts to the top where there is a viewing platform giving you views...More
Arrive early for dinner so that you can go to the view point. The dining room has great atmosphere. We ordered the 3 course tasting menu and my son had the paired wines. The appetizer of scallops was more of a salad with very little...More
We were drenched. The waiter sat us right away in front of their view window, gave me a towel to dry my feet and quickly brought some 'sympathy' tea. I'll never forget this night of perfect service and delicious dining. It started with a cheese...More
Our local friend took us to the tower to get a view of the city from above. It was two elevators ride and a short staircase to reach there. There were some nice ancient stone statues on the top too. The roof was nice and...More
We only had 24 hours in Copenhagen and as we were wandering around, looking at all of the neat architecture, I think we ran into the exit of the Parliament building. A distinguished individual suggested that we check out the Tower. We did so and...More