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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

After a 400 step climb the views from the top were spectacular, only slight negative point was the distance from the centre of Copenhagen which was around a mile.

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This is a must! The church is beautiful inside, and if you’re not of a faint heart then it’s worth going up the spiral steeple for a panoramic view of the city!

Thank AshWat1
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Reviewed 4 days ago

The design definitely stands out. If you like design and architecture it's worth a visit. Also, the location is super central so you can combine a visit with shopping too.

Thank Tinorangatiratanga17
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

The beautiful tower is a must see when you visit Copenhagen. The entrence is fair Price. You have a great view from the top. It is a long trip to the top, but Worth it.

Thank Katrineseider
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Reviewed 6 days ago

400 steps is totally worth the walk to the top, it's a very awkward tight squeeze at some points and the queue was big, but totally worth the view at the top

Thank Benishappy
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Reviewed 6 days ago

A nicely decorated church well worth the visit. You can climb the clocktower if you want, and i recommend it! It costs a couple of euros but it's well worth the price and the climb. The view over Copenhagen is breathtaking!

Thank Lidstrom
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Be aware that the climb is steep in places. It can get busy and there are parts where you may have to go back down to let others pass.
It’s however lovely the see the bells and inside of the church. The best part is the spiral staircase you climb outdoors. It can get wet and windy so be careful, but the view is worth it for 35DKR.

Thank GlobetrotterNL83
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was quite the climb. It starts indoors but the last part circles on the outside to the top. We did this with some bad weather, which is less pleasant, since it get’s crowded when you get close to the top and it get’s packed.

Not a lot of space to have a nice view over the city which you normally have with these kind of attractions, but worth going up.

Thank ArjenGlas
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Great view if you don’t mind climbing 400+ steps, and have a head for heights. Over in the Christianshavn area of the city.

Thank Scoom
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Reviewed 1 week ago

On a grey day, the view isn’t spectacular, but still worth the climb. It is a difficult climb though. (I’m not a youngster!) Much of the climb is on narrow wooden stairs, often more like ladders than stairs. Many should be one-way at a time, and when I was there people were generally taking turns, but not always. Once I got to the platform outside, I was relieved! And the climb up the outside spiral stairs was a piece of cake after those wooden stairs! Seeing the inside the church tower was fascinating though. And the outside staircase was amazing. Go on a weekday when it might not be crowded, not for anyone out of shape, afraid of heights or claustrophobic!

Thank ldygrdnr
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