In case, you are an art lover then Copenhagen has a lot to offer to you and can begin your journey from Danish National Gallery, where you can enjoy the works of legend like Rembrandt, Picasso, and Matisse. There you can see and view a good number of paintings from the Danish artists from the ‘Golden Age”. More you can have enjoyment of a good number a large collection of classical statues and sculptures. The winter garden is another beautiful spot, where you can spare an entire day with relaxation while it is raining outside. Both these museums are situated in the downtown area.
For the exhibition of classic art you can take an excursion tour at the north of Copenhagen to the beautiful and well deserving Ordrupgaard to see the Monet, Renoir, Degas, and Gauguin. From here after viewing the classical paintings and art you can move ahead to the south of Arken Museum of Modern Art to see a world class exhibition of contemporary art, mostly Scandinavian, as well as to watch out the some most popular pieces of the contemporary art. The Hirschsprung Collection in Østerbro features the top-of-the-pops of Danish artists, with a particular focus on the Skagen painters.
Now moving from paintings and museum towards the Architecture, there you can see the extraordinary 7.5 turn helical corridor that leads towards the observation platform of Rundetarn that is one of the most extraordinary buildings in the Copenhagen. It provides the very excellent views and clout in the center of the city. Next you can move to the
Christianshavn to climb up the circular stairs at the outside of the church spire of the Church of Our Saviour, about 100 meters up in the air. More at the opposite direction of Christiania, there you will get a self-governing community that has been squatting on an old naval region about the seventies. Their inventive as brightly coloured, home built houses are spectacular, and provide about a relaxed atmosphere, undoubtedly, it is one of the most attractive sites of the city.
At the south of Christiania you can view the old, crooked, brightly coloured buildings and soothing canals lined with masted ships present its to be an excellent arena to continue with stroll. Other different examples of classical architecture in the city include the impressive City Hall and the enormous dome of the Frederikskirken popularly refereed as the Marble Church. This dome, with about a span of 31 meters, is one of the biggest in the northern Europe. Finally the city’s tour is incomplete without the modernist architecture and its makers.