Unlock the magic of Copenhagen

Copenhagen oozes class, beauty and grandeur. Have a guide show you around the old palaces of the monarchy; admire the Danish mastery of interior design; enjoy cutting-edge New Nordic cuisine. There’s a reason it’s ranked amongst the happiest cities in the world.

Attractions in Copenhagen

Frederiksborg Castle
Once a royal residence, this palatial complex now serves as the Museum of National History.
Kronborg Castle
One of Europe's most important Renaissance castles, immortalised as Elsinore in Shakespeare's Hamlet.
A port city in eastern Denmark, home to the 15th-century Kronborg Castle which provided the setting for Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
Built in the 17th century, this pretty waterfront offers a variety of cafés, bars and restaurants.
Round Tower
This iconic 17th century tower was first built as an astronomical observatory.
Rosenborg Castle
Built as a lavish summerhouse in 1606, Rosenborg is Dutch Renaissance architecture at its best.
Church of Our Lady
The National Cathedral of Denmark is an elegant example of neoclassical style, adorned with superb sculptures by Bertel Thorvaldsen.
Christiansborg Palace
The seat of the Danish Parliament, the Prime Minister’s office and the Supreme Court.
Amalienborg Palace
The winter home of the Danish royal family has stunning Rococo interiors.
Frederiksborg Palace Gardens
This Romantic landscape garden is just North and West of Frederiksborg Castle.
The Little Mermaid
This charming bronze statue has become Copenhagen's unofficial symbol.
A self-proclaimed autonomous and anti-establishment neighbourhood.
Strøget Shopping Street
Europe’s longest pedestrian street offers a fabulous shopping experience.
Church of Our Saviour
A beautiful church famous for its helix spire, winding staircase and spectacular view.
National Museum of Denmark
Denmark’s largest museum of cultural history, full of artefacts from all over the world.
A vibrant, diverse and bohemian area with a unique maritime atmosphere.
Forming a giant pentagram when viewed from above, Kastellet is one of the best preserved star fortresses in Northern Europe.
Copenhagen City Hall
One of the tallest buildings in Copenhagen, this handsome red brick hall is the headquarters of the city council.
Gefion Fountain
This impressive fountain features Gefion, a Nordic goddess, commanding four majestic oxen.
Tivoli Gardens
The world's second oldest amusement park still brings joy to visitors from around the world.
Kronborg Castle's Banqueting Hall
Located in Kronborg Castle, this 62 metre long banqueting hall is a must-see for culture vultures.
Bath House
Primarily for deer hunting, the neighbouring Bath House was used as a royal hunting lodge.
Castle Chapel
The magnificent Castle Chapel with its gilded vaulted ceilings has amazingly survived since their construction in the 1600s.


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