Citywalk ind Copenhagen to Galleries and Museums close to Nørreport station
In the Heart of Copenhagen close to Rørholmsgade you can
Visit SMK – The National Gallery of Denmark, The National Geological Museum of Denmark og Botanical Garden. Across The National Geological Museum you will find The Kings Garden/ Kongens Have.
A nice walk through the park will bring you close to the street Gothersgade. If you go forward you will end up at Kongens Nytorv and it will bring you to Nyhavn/ New Harbour. From Nyhavn you can go on Canaltours and see the city of Copenhagen by boat.
Close to Nyhavn you can se more art galleries within Bredgade Copenhagen.
This street will also take you to the Royal Castle. Amalienborg and to the Beautiful Church Marmorkirken.
If you instead walk the opposite way towards Christianshavn you will see Christiansborg and the old Building “Børsen”.
Enjoy your stay in Copenhagen.
Tip from Kongens Nytorv: Visit the old town Dragør.
Many tourist wants to visist the old town of Dragør. 50 minuttes away from Copenhagen by bus.
If you want to go to the famous old village of Dragør you can take the Bus 350S from Kongens Nytorv.
The busstop is on the backside of the shopping center Magasin next to the toyshop.
I live there so that is why I recommend a visit to Dragoer.
Art decoration of the City Fence, the Metro station project Summer 2015. The summer of 1015 and winter ended up being more common for the dragon artist Mette Hansgaard.
This summer, Mette Hansgaard decorated one of the City’s Fence, which is the fence that shields the Copenhageners from the Metro Buildings, and is adorned by artists for the benefit of the city’s residents. It was the residents of Nørrebro at Skjolds Plads, who enjoyed Mette Hansgaard’s imaginative fence – a huge, fully decorated painting measuring 4 x 27 meters and painted directly on the fence.
Flugger sponsored the paint.