2-hour-walk to the city’s major sights (cont.)
Continue down Bredgade and turn left on to Gernersgade. Soon you will see the beautiful yellow Nyboder houses, built for navy personnel by King Christian IV during the 17th century. Turn left on to Kronprinsessegade and continue straight ahead. At the Dronningens Tværgade intersection, you will see the gate entrance to the Kongens Have on your right. Kongens Have is one of Denmark’s most impressive Renaissance gardens and home to the beautiful Rosenborg Castle. Enter through the gate and follow the beech-lined paths. Exit at the Gothersgade end of the park. Continue down Landemærket to the Round Tower, probably the most famous building erected by 17th century architect King Christian IV. Turn right on to St. Kannikestræde and proceed straight ahead to Frue Plads. In this square, you will find the old main building of the University of Copenhagen, and the Copenhagen Cathedral, Church of Our Lady, a setting of many important functions and events such as the funerals of Hans Christian Andersen and Søren Kierkegaard, and the wedding of the Crown Prince Couple in 2004. Turn right and continue through the quaint narrow streets of the Latin Quarter - Skt. Peders Stræde, Larsbjørnsstræde, Studiestræde, and Vestergade - on to the Town Hall Square. From here, it is only two minutes walk to the Tourist Information.
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