Looking at the image above, it's hard to comprehend where exactly you are. Don't be confused - I'll tell you:
Just south of the screams and laughter coming from Tivoli Gardens, you have the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, a brilliant art museum founded by Carl Jacobsen in 1882. Inside you can find a labyrinth of artwork by numerous historical European artists, such as Gauguin, van Gogh, Degas, Cézanne and Lundbye. Perhaps what is most iconic is the magnificent army of antique sculptures, stone eyes watching your every move as you travel through the cool coloured corridors with intricate mosaic floors. And If not for the art, come for a coffee and cake amidst the tall palms and romantic fountains found in the botanical atrium. Oh, but wait, I'm supposed to be talking about coffee here, so you must come for the coffee.
Entry is free on Tuesdays, minus special exhibits. The current exhibition worth seeing carries the dark and stormy c̶o̶c̶k̶t̶a̶i̶l̶s̶ ̶landscape paintings of Théodore Rousseau, on until the 8th of January.
Oopsies, did I go off about art again? This is supposed to be about coffee! Okay well, the coffee is your normal kind of coffee-ish tasting coffee. I'll just be straight with you: come for the art and the scenery. It's more an atmospheric place than it is a top rated coffee roaster, but that's okay too.
Rating : 6/10