Amalienborg Palace (the winter residence of The Royal Family)

Christiansborg Palace (contains the Danish Parliament Folketinget, the Supreme Court, and the Ministry of State)

Nyhavn (a 17th-century waterfront, canal and entertainment district)

Nyboder (a historic row house district of former Naval barracks)

Rosenborg Castle (a renaissance castle originally built as a country summer house)

National Gallery of Denmark (Denmark’s largest art museum)

Opera House (the national opera house of Denmark)

The Royal Danish Theater

Bakken (the world’s oldest amusement park)

Louisiana & Sletten Harbor (a museum of modern art)

Kronborg Castle (the actual castle that Shakespeare set Hamlet in)

Frederiksborg Castle (Just outside of Copenhagen is Frederiksborg Castle, built in the early 1600s by Denmark’s greatest king, Christian IV)


The Cisterns (an integral part of the Frederiksberg Museums)

The Storm P. Museum (dedicated to the life and work of Robert Storm Petersen (Storm P.) and to humor and satire in art)

The Alhambra Museum (The humor and satire museum tells the story of over 150 years of entertainment)

Royal Copenhagen Flagship & Factory Stores (The beautiful three-story Renaissance house dates back to 1616 and is one of Copenhagen’s oldest houses)


Freetown Christiania (This controversial area is loved by many, but has been a turning point for strong debate, especially because of the locals’ relaxed view on hash and some unfortunate violent incidents.)

Café Intime (Since 1922, Café Intime in Frederiksberg has different kinds of events every day of the week – you can, for instance, enjoy jazz every Sunday evening at the café)


The Blue Planet – Fascinating guided tour, swimming with sharks, exquisite dinner and entertainment overlooking the world below sea level.

Copenhagen during the occupation – Tour of an occupied city with associated anecdotes.

Copenhagen – An architectural gem