Currently a massive construction site .. but you can still see the beautiful buildings all around the square. Still worth a minute on your way to Nyhaven.
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There's not much to see. Hoarding, cement trucks. It's under construction at the moment, but a tip for potential visitors - don't eat at the cafe. Not only is it very unappealing visually, it's also incredibly expensive!
Just walking down by the Stroeget street, from the H.C.Andersen Boulevard and the Copenhagen City Hall Square, we got after a certain time to the Copenhagen King's Square. Its name in danish is Kongens Nytorv and is a central old square, with paved cobblestones dating...More
Copenhagen is currently renovating much of Kongens Nytorv and so there is cladding around the outside.To make it more attractive and accessible, windows have been put in to view the works, murals have been painted and other interactive features (such as a spinner to suggest...More
Putting it mildly, the whole area is under construction , and the traffic ( bicycle ) makes s very unsafe area; as far as in concerned. I would recommend most any other area in Copenhagen to venture out before trying to dodge the flow of...More
You are warned and I should have read the Tripadviser's input of 2014!!!! Nice looking belle-époque kiosk in the centre of this actual ugly building site of the Kings Theatre square, but we were in for a coffee. For 4 coffees and 4 biscuits I...More
This is a noisy construction site at the moment due to the new metro extension - will be done by 2019. There is no point visiting to see the square but you will inevitably come across this area when you visit attractions such as Nyhavn...More
This is one of the finest squares in Europe but you won't see much of it at the moment as they're building a new metro station in/under it which is not due for completion until 2019 (I think - might be earlier). Probably best to...More