What was once a seedy street down by the harbour now attracts people with lots of bars and restau...
Europe's first car-free shopping street remains it's longest. Suddenly you are amongst the stream ...
A visit to this pleasure park is a must. The Tivoli offers a mix of attractions ranging from the c...
Is she gazing out over the Øresund sorrowfully, longingly or is she in love?. Den Lille Havfrue (T...
The castell is Copenhagen's last fortification. It was built in 1662/63 to protect against the Sw...
The Royal Family's home. Frederik V came up with the idea of building four palaces around the octa...
Christian IV, a friend of the Renaissance, had the palace built by Dutch-Flemish architects. Rose...
This is where the shopping heart of Strøget beats. At Amagertorv, Illums Bolighus attracts people...
The small polar bears on the crest of the town hall are a northern addition to the Italian Renais...
The 36 m tall, cylindrical tower was built from 1637--42 as an observatory and also as a church t...
The people today rule at the place where kings used to preside. Christiansborg is home to Folketi...
Amalgamated following the city fire in 1795, each square has retained its own character: Gammelto...
After the foundation stone was laid around 1200, Copenhagen Cathedral was reconstructed on severa...
Four entwined dragons' tails stretch up from the ridge of the roof into the sky. The stock exchan...
Bredgade and Store Kongensgade are the two dominant thoroughfares in this district. Frederiksstad...
For centuries, the narrow streets around Frue Plads were filled with students and professors. Sin...
This building, which resembles a giant, crookedly cut-off tin can, was inaugurated in 1989 and is...
Østre Anlæg, the largest fortification park, attracts families. As well as the large lawned areas...
In 1619, Christian IV had a small smithy at Bremerholm converted into a church for seafarers. Hol...
The plan was to create a gigantic central church, which would tower over the Frederiksstaden dist...
Markets and prayers entice people to the Church of the Holy Spirit on the edge of Amagertorv: sec...
Just like the Botanical Gardens, Ørsteds Parken is part of the greenbelt comprising the city's fo...
Fælledparken was created as a park in 1908. As the community parkland area was where simple folk ...
Having a look around is not a problem but photography is frowned upon. Fristaden Christiania was ...
Danish paintings by famous names from the 19th and 20th centuries. The Hirschsprung collection fea...
The Design Center is the meeting place for Danish and international designers who want to swap th...
Denmark's first art museum opened in 1848 with works from Bertel Thorvaldsen and his art collecti...
The National Museum has been presenting Danish culture since 1807: Denmark's prehistory and early...
Crooked walls, sloping corridors: in Daniel Libeskind's impressive architectural surroundings you...
There is everything here for lovers of Danish design: from spoons right through to lamps. If you f...
The longstanding porcelain factory, founded in 1775, exhibits its tableware in the beautiful Rena...
A mix of the expensive and the trashy can be found on every corner of this street in Norresbrø. Th...
For amber lovers: Nordic gold in every size and price category. A whole house full of amber. The H...
International books are sold in a Dutch style in the vaults of the Church of the Holy Spirit. The...
A basement antiquarian bookshop with a range of scientific titles. If you have time on your hands...
Exclusive, elegant designer fashion for men. The store's own label is called "Dico" and belongs t...
Georg Jensen (1866-1935) made everything in silver: cutlery, dishes and chandeliers. The trained ...
A showcase centre for the highly traditional porcelain manufacturer which was formed in 1775. The...
All Danish designers are brought together here. "Nyt i bo" is the furniture store offering all th...
A mere cloth on the table - this is not enough. The boutique for tablecloths features amazing ide...
Department store on four levels. As well as the usual range of stock, there is also Danish design...
The home of jazz artists. The premiere home in Denmark for international live jazz, with many of t...
The original: the first bar-cum-cafe-cum-restaurant has now been copied many times. The classic am...