I have to admit - Any cities that I go to - I have to go to a tower or high point to get a feel for the architecture / scenery that a city has to offer: rooftops, bridges, main attractions,... I was not disappointed with my visit at the Rundetaarn.
Covered by the Copenhagen Card, this round tower is different than many of the other "high" places that I have visited throughout Europe. To get to the top, most venues will either have elevators or stairs - this place is different as you just walk in circles to the top (no stairs), with a few opportunities for stopovers (mini-museum, gift shop, "original" toilet,...)
The views from the top have to be amongst the best in Copenhagen. On a relatively clear day (and at times with a good zoom) you have great views and can catch great pictures of the Malmo Bridge, Tivoli Gardens, some of the castles / churches and just Copenhagen in general.
We went late in the day and the views were magnificient.
Information about the tower is available in many languages, including English.
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