The Church of our Savior

The Church of Our Saviour is a beautiful old Baroque church most famous for its awesome corkscrew spire near the Christiana neighborhood of Copenhagen. The spire is closed in winter and reopens in March, and as luck had it, we were there in March! Climbing to the top of the spire can be difficult for anyone that is affraid of heights as all that separates you from falling 300 feet into the nearby "greenlight district" is a thin metal railing. I actually thought the climb up to the observation deck was a lot of fun. You will be climbing old rickety wooden staircases passing mechanics for the 48 bronze carillon bells that are played on Saturdays during the summer. When you get to the top though, you will be rewarded with beautiful views of this wonderful city!