When I first came to Coha, I had no time to climb up and have a bird's eye view of the city. This round trip, staying for 24 hours, and climbing the round tower specially, is also a supplement to the last regret. Copenhagen Card includes this scenic spot. It's 25DKK for adults to buy tickets alone. The circular tower is packed in a pile of civil buildings on the surrounding streets, so it can't take a complete picture of its entire facade - there's nowhere to go back if you take a picture. All the way up the 209-meter-long stone corridor, seven and a half circles around the hollow tower without stairs. The top of the tower is 34.8 metres high enough to give a full view of Copenhagen's ancient Latin area. The top of the tower is surrounded by sketches showing what buildings you can see in your current view. There is an observatory at the top of the circular tower, and there is still an astronomical telescope on display. The astronomical picture around it is not clear. One of the middle floors is in the process of art exhibition. It's nice to have two-dimensional code to scan while walking, and then read the explanation.
There were unexpected storms and clouds, and the sun was bright in the morning. By noon the sun hid in the clouds, and the sky suddenly clouded down. After lunch as planned, we will go to the third stop "Carlsberg Tourist Center", which is located in the suburbs of Colombia and has a long way to go. After consulting the owner of the cafeteria about the bus route, he walked in the direction of the guide to the subway station. On the way, I did not expect to pass by the famous scenic spot "Round Tower" and hold Copenhagen Card is also a free scenic spot, which can not be missed by chance. The circular tower was built in 1642 with a diameter of 15 meters and a height of 36 meters. Originally a subsidiary building of Trinity Church, it provides astronomical observatory and library functions for scholars. Now it is a scenic spot for tourists. The turning ramp in the inner circle overlooks the panoramic view from the top.
Climbing to the top of the tower, I met a Dane who had been to Beijing and Kunming. Very friendly, take the initiative to chat with me.
With Copenhagen Card, it is free of tickets. On the street, it is a specially styled tower. There are no stairs, spiral upward, empty, but it has a strong sense of design. Up to the top, you have to walk a little step, and then you can see the city from the terrace, even the distant Swedish city of Malmo, very clear platform, you will find that in Copenhagen, they are all old dwarfs, and new buildings in Nordic Europe, which do not rob the theatre but are low-key and beautiful.
Climbing the garden tower is free, of course, if you have Copenhagen Card. This is a good place to overlook Copenhagen, but the fees are not economical enough. The Kristianburg Palace Tourist Tower is free to climb and visitors can wait in line. But because the number of people released at each time is limited, it may take some time to queue up. But it's not inferior here to look at Copenhagen as a whole. And the tower was used by the royals in the past.
Boarding the Round Tower overlooks Copenhagen. Helical corridor, all by walking, the third floor to the Kota Library, the top floor is the Observatory, two private secret spaces, smoking. It is said that in 1902 there was a horse on the road, thinking of the 1933 building in Shanghai.
In downtown Koha, it's very close to the mall and not far from a church. Although relatively high, according to the height of the local buildings also outstanding, but standing in the neighborhood can not actually play a coordinate role. The round tower at night even looks a little weird. The dessert not far away is delicious.