Haul yourself to the top of the 34.8m-high, red-brick 'Round Tower' and you will be following in the footsteps of such luminaries as...
Stretching east from Vor Frue Plads along Store Kannikestræde and Skindergade to Købmagergade, and north up Fiolstræde to Nørre...
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Cinephiles flock to the Danish Film Institute's cinema centre, which screens over 60 films per month, including semi-monthly classic...
Siblings Adam and James Price host a cult-status TV cooking show (Adam also created TV series Borgen ), and their noshery turns prime...
Hauser Plads 16 · interesting places nearby
A verified institution, Schønnemann has been lining bellies with smørrebrød (open sandwiches) and snaps since 1877. Originally a hit with farmers in town peddling their produce, the restaurant's current fan base includes revered chefs like Noma's René Redzepi. Two smørrebrød per person should suffice, with standouts including the King's Garden (potatoes with smoked mayonnaise, fried onions, chives and tomato). Make sure to order both a beer and a glass of snaps to wash down the goodness, and always book ahead (or head in early) to avoid long lunchtime waits.