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I was out for a walk and came upon King’s Square looking for the Metro Station. There is a kiosk selling coffee, beer and snacks. It is a very small kiosk but it’s ornate dome looks like it was transplanted from the Kremlin. There was...More
This is prominent square as one strolls the pedestrian street in the city. Restaurants, shops, art in the street, and historical statues are in abundance in this area. It has. Tons of people and tourists are strolling, shopping and sightseeing. Photo opportunities galore. Definitely worth...More
At the end of Nyhavn at the end of the water is a big square with an equestrian statue of Christian V, however, the whole area is cordoned off for major expansion of the Metro system. There was a set of steps that enabled you...More
This is lovely square just across the road from the end of the Nyhavn canal, it is surrounded by other interesting sites including the Bank of Denmark, and the national theatre, there are also plenty of restaurants and shops around the area.
We’ve been to Copenhagen twice in the last three years and stayed at a hotel right off the square. Both times, the square has been under construction. We see potential for it to be a lovely area but it hasn’t been our experience. Maybe someday.
There's a lot of stuff to do and see here from the statues and retail shops to browse to the restaurants you can try for lunch to just people watching and also simply relaxing for a bit and resting your feet from all the walking...More
We stopped by Kings Square after walking Stroget to Nyhaven. The Square itself is between the 2 and has plenty going on. A lot of people generally going about their day but plenty of opportunity to people watch.
This is the heart of old town Copenhagen, with its blend of charming old buildings and bold new architecture, broad avenues and tiny streets as well as picturesque canals and a modern harbor. The inner city is home to the Royal Danish Theatre, which consists of three buildings, two of which are new and situated on the harbor front. The streets, squares and venues of the inner city and its surrounding
neighborhoods, are alive all year round with everything from jazz festivals to outdoor ice skating rinks and parachuting at the lakes right in the center of the city. This compact area boasts beautiful old castles, tranquil parks, and bustling squares where you can always find a bench to stretch out your legs whenever you need a break.