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The National Gallery of Denmark is a living museum - located in Copenhagen - with a unique collection of Danish and international art. It is the only museum in Denmark where you can enjoy a tour of 700 years of art history and also experience the...more
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First time in this museum. The building is very impressive and there is a modern extension with more art too. We had a short visit with a guide who told us all about Danish art. A short introduction but very interesting. Have to come back...More
Went here by myself using the Copenhagen card. It is located directly across the street from two other attractions included with the Copenhagen card. This museum is huge. I think I spent two hours there easily with out even going down every hall or room....More
Whilst some of the exhibitions were typically a bit pretentious this gallery is a great place just to be in for a few hours. The newer part of the building is a stunning space. The cafe was a cool, chic but relaxed place too.
Wasn't sure what to expect when visiting the national gallery, as I thought it would be a stuffy gallery full of old portraits. However, I was pleasantly surprised by the different exhibitions, some though provoking works in there and a very beautiful building. Loved the...More
The museum collection contains the paintings of Danish and other European artists. I was not too much impressed seeing this collection. I found small number of works that were interesting for me. I saw also exhibition of modern art that was not interesting for me...More
The museum proudly shows off work by Danish artists, but also has showcases works of art from other European countries, Nordic art and International contemporary art. If you are particularly keen on the Danish 'Golden Age' you will really love this museum and what it...More
Compared with the Norway National Art Museum, this one is very disappointing. It has a few quality Nordic works, some Fauvists, one Picasso, a few Braques.
For the admission of about US$ 18, it didn’t seem to me worth the price or the effort.
My partner and I are museum lovers for sure. This is one of the most meaningful collections I've seen. The exhibitions made quite an impression on us. The SMK is well organized and distinguishes itself from other museums in many ways. We bought out tickets...More
If I have to pick a museum out of the few highly recommended ones in Copenhagen, this would be it! I wish I had allocated more time to see the exhibits.
The place definitely has a lot to offer compares to the other museums I...More
Home to the largest number of embassies in Copenhagen, Inner Oesterbro has Østerbrogade and Nordre Frihavnsgade streets where shopping for clothes and modern Danish design is a must, particularly if you're not on at budget. There exists a great array of cafés and restaurants, from the reasonably priced to pricier Michelin ones. Fælledparken, one of the largest recreational areas in Denmark, is a park home to the
Copenhagen Carnival as well as one of the world’s largest relay runs, with thousands of teams competing over several days.
Villa Borghese OR National Gallery of Ancient Art??? (2 Replies)
I have time only for one of these. Please advise what to visit. Please don't reply - "depends on what you want to see"! because I only have time for one of these. PS - I like both art and history...
February 25, 2017|
Villa Borghese without a doubt. You will need to book in advance.
Is there a baggage storage in Perugia intercity bus station? (0 Replies)
Is there a baggage storage in Perugia intercity bus station in Piazza Partigiani ? We want to make a few hours stop on our way from Assisi to Siena to see National Gallery of Umbria.
July 14, 2012|
Any singles want to plan a London Trip together (1 Replies)
I was in London in February and can't wait to go back. The last time I went I was solo and had a great time but think it would be so much more fun to go with another single or group of people. I may want to go in October or November or even back again in February since it is my birthday month. Here is what I want to see on my next trip. Stonehenge Bath Hampton Court Windsor Castle British Museum National Gallery Of course I am open to other stuff too. I am really good at...More
July 04, 2009|
Hi karice2, I'm so glad you enjoyed London. You might also try posting your question on the Solo Travel Forum. Sometimes there are solo travellers who want to meet up with others for at least part of their trip. Travelling with someone can be great or just awful (see some of the posts on the Solo Forum!) so you might be better off agreeing to travel solo but meet up for various parts of your trip. You could also try looking at the Lonely Planet Throntree.