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Dyrehaven Park

Dyrehaven Park offers a great combination of outdoor activities such as cycling, trekking and horse riding but it also holds Bakken amusement park, one of the oldest in the world. Dyrehaven is a popular retreat for both locals and tourists who seek a bit of tranquility.

Nearest station: Klampenborg

Access: 15 minutes by train from Copenhagen

Tel: +45 7022 2442 (Tourist Information)

Tivoli Christmas Market

The Tivoli Christmas market in Copenhagen is a must during the winter season. The atmosphere is much like that of a small carnival, filled with the pungent smells of ginger cookies and glögg, Christmas carols and Danish arts & crafts. Linger over a traditional meal or indulge in a quick pick-me-up at one of its restaurants -try Michelin starred The Paul, Café Ketchup, Fregatten or Ultimo


Adina Apartment Hotel

Experience the delights of Copenhagen from Adina Apartment Hotels, superbly located in Copenhagen's fast growing Nordhavn area.

This Adina Apartment Hotel is the largest apartment hotel in Copenhagen, with 128 apartments, as well as a restaurant, pool, gymnasium, meeting rooms and parking. The apartments feature separate dining and living areas, full kitchens and laundries as well as separate luxury bathrooms and bedrooms. State of the art facilities including broadband, high quality TV and stereo systems are also on offer in each apartment.



Georg Jensen

Like the Royal Copenhagen and Illums Bolighus next door, a purveyor to the royal family. Stocks an assortment of elegant and uniquely designed watches, accessories and other goods; including collector's items like Georg Jensen's "art in silver".

Address: Amagertorv 4

Tel: +45 33 11 40 80

Fax: +45 38 14 99 43


First Hotel Vesterbro

A high-class hotel with a bright and modern interior. Since it is located in the centre of the city, a few minutes walk from the Central Station, it is highly convenient for tourists and business travellers.

Address: Vesterbrogade 23-29

Tel: 33 78 80 00

Fax: 33 78 80 80


Old Stock Exchange (Børsen)

Completed in 1640 by command of Christian IV. An architectural structure with a distinctive twisted steeple that seems to reach for the sky, reputed as one of the masterpieces of Dutch Renaissance architecture. Since it is now used as an office building, its interior cannot be toured.

Christian VIII's palæce

One of the four wings of Amalienborg Palace, located on the northern side, which has been opened to the public in 1994 and can be toured. Items that were actually used by the royal family between 1863 and 1947 are exhibited.

Address: Amalienborg Slotsplads

P: +45 33 12 21 86


Copenhagen Hotel

There are also a number of design hotels in Copenhagen. Denmark's master designer Arne Jacobsen's "Radisson SAS Royal Hotel Copenhagen, " and the novel Scandinavian design of "Hotel Skt Petri"are hotels that are worth seeing.


Antik Pjot

A place to find antiques

Address: Islands Brygge89

Tel: 44 44 80 92



Christiansborg Castle

A part of Copenghagen called Slotholmen that witnessed the founding of Copenhagen after bishop Absalonof Roskilde constructed a fortress in 1167. Since it is surrounded by a trench for protection against enemies and dotted with historical buildings relating to the royal family, the entire area is similar to a vast museum.

Afternoon Castle Tour (Hamlet)

Bus tour of major sightseeing spots north of Copenhagen. Sites include: Fredriksborg’s Castel (National Museum), Fredensborg Castel, where the Queen resides and Kronborg Castle, which is known for providing the setting for Shakespeare's Hamlet. A recommended tour for those with little time.

Operation time: January-Wednesday/Sunday 9.30 February to March-Saturday 9.45. April to May-Thurdsday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday 1.30 March to September-Wednesday/Saturday/Sunday 9:30 October to December-Wednesday/Saturday 9:30(returns to Copenhagen Airport at 2.30)

Duration: 5 hours

Fee: 295kr

DFDS Canal Tours

Tel: +45 32 96 30 00

Fax: +45 32 96 93 50



Phoenix Copenhagen Hotel

Address: Bredgade 37

Tel: +45 33 95 95 00

Fax: +45 33 33 98 33


213 room



Don’t miss to eat a classical Smørrebrød! Denmark's original open sandwich called Smørrebrød is a classical meal offered for lunch and dinner. The ingredients are: shrimps, pickled herrings, roast pork, fried fish, eggs, vegetables, spread on a thin buttered slice of bread.


A café with a chic, impressive logo. Serves both light snacks, such as cakes, and proper meals.

Address: Hammerskjolds Alle 38-40

Tel: +45 35 25 35 35

Fax: +45 35 25 35 36



A store that sells stylish interior goods from around the world, centred around products with Northern European designs.

Address: Kalkbrænderiløbskaj 2

Tel: +45 39 16 65 65



The 6 th city hall to have been constructed, completed in 1905, with a characteristic red brick building and a steeple of 105.6m. Even now, it is a functioning part of the city's government. The inside of the building can be toured and guided tours are also available. Jens Olsen's astronomical clock (Jens Olsens Verdensur) on the right hand side of the entrance is still ticking with the precision of erring only 0.4 seconds every 300 years.

Address: Rådhuset

Tel: +45 33 66 25 82

Guided tour: Mon-Friday to 3pm Saturdays 10-11am Fee: 30kr

Danish Art & Christmas Shop

Shop of Danish handicrafts and Christmas decorations.


Assistens Graveyard (Assistens Kirkegård)

Andersen's grave. Others that lived in the same period and were associated with Andersen, such as the philosopher Soren Kierkegaard, are also buried in these grounds. Andersen, the grave keeper, will guide you around the cemetery.

Address: Kapelvej 2

Tel: +45 31 39 93 04



Radisson SAS Scandinavia Hotel

A modern high-rise building near the old city, south of the downtown area. Its main characteristic is its extensive space and bright, modern build, from its reception desk to its rooms. You can enjoy a city view over a meal at the restaurant on the 25th floor. The hotel has a sauna, pool, squash court, and other facilities. It is also known to be the only place in Copenhagen with a sanctioned casino.

Address: Amager Boulevard 70

Tel: 33 96 50 00

Fax: 33 96 55 00



Nyhavns Fargekro

You can enjoy Danish-style and French-style cuisine. The herring buffet served at lunchtime is popular.

Address: Nyhavn 5

Tel: +45 33 15 15 88

Fax: +45 33 15 18 68


Ida Davidsen

A long-established open sandwich shop, founded in 1888. Its 177 dishes are each served between 50 to 150kr.

Address: Store Kongensgade 70

Tel: +45 33 91 36 55

Fax: +45 33 11 36 55



Bang & Olu

Company store of Denmark's audio equipment manufacturer that is well-know for its novel designs.

Address: Kgs. Nytorv 26

Tel: +45 33 11 14 15

Fax: +45 11 14 35



Radisson SAS Falkoner Hotel

A high-class hotel, approximately 2km west of the city centre. Since it is located in a residential area, the neighbourhood is relatively quiet, which means that you are able to get a glimpse of the normal everyday life of Copenhagen. The city centre is 15 minutes away by bus.

Address: Falkoner Allé 9

Tel: 38 15 80 01

Fax: 31 15 80 02



City Tour of Copenhagen

Bus tour of sightseeing spots in the city.

Operation time: April 8th to May 14th, October 1st to 15th-Everyday 11.30 May 15th to September-Everyday 9.30, 11.30, 1.30pm

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Fee: 130kr

NY Calrlsberg Gallery (Glyptotek)

Possesses the works of Monet, Gogh, and other artists.

Address: Dantes Plads 7

Tel: +45 33 41 81 41


Copenhagen Admiral Hotel

An 18th century chateau for the nobility with a stone structure that commemorates the lives of the bourgeois of the past. All guest rooms are of different sizes, and bear distinct furnishings and interiors.

Address: Kongens Nytorv 34

Tel: 33 12 00 95

Fax: 33 12 11 18


123 room


Illums Bolighus

An interior specialty department store that is a purveyor to the royal family. Stocks a selection of Danish-designed furniture, kitchenware, foods, and other products. From an assortment of products that range from the eccentric to the functional, you are sure to discover an item that will enhance your daily life. A shop worth seeing for those interested in Northern European interior design.

Address: Amagertorv 10

Tel: +45 33 14 19 41



Household kitchenware with simple Denmark designs.

Address: Østergade 10

Tel: +45 33 36 40 80

Fax: +45 33 91 77 40


Carlsberg Brewery

On this tour you can watch the procedures of Carlsberg’s beer manufacturing while enjoying a beer yourself. Carlsberg Visitors Centre

Address: 11, Gamle Carlsberg Vej

Tel: 33 27 13 14

Fax: 33 27 12 82

Transport: 500m from Enghave Station Tour times: Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 4pm Closed: Mondays and public holidays

Admission fee: 40kr (25kr for groups with 10 or more persons)



Castle Tour of North Sjælland

Bus tour of major sightseeing spots north of Copenhagen. Starts with a tour of Kronborg Castle, which is known for providing the setting for Shakespeare's Hamlet, then visits Fredensborg Castle, where the Queen resides in the summer, and finally goes to Frederiksborg Castle, which is now the National History Museum. You can also enjoy the landscapes of the rural area and coast. Operation time: February to April October to December (March to April-returns to Copenhagen Airport at 4pm) Wednesday/Sundays 9.30 May to September Wednesdays/Saturdays/Sundays 9.30

Duration: 7 hours

Fee: 430kr (lunch not included)

Hanne Gundelach

This gold smith opened in June of 1997. It has rich and voluminous gold work.

Address: Bredgade 56

Tel: +45 33 11 33 96



Louis Poulsen

World-famous lighting equipment showroom.

Address: Nyhavn 11

Tel: +45 33 14 14 14

Fax: +45 33 14 60 62



Louisiana Museum for Modern Art

This beautiful modern museum is well worth a visit, if you are interested in art and architecture. It is surrounded by lakes and coasts, making the most of its natural environment. Works by Picasso, Munch and other well known modern artists are exhibited here. It is approximately a 30 min train ride north of Copenhagen

Address: Gl. Strandvej 13, Humleb a k 3050

Tel: +45 49 19 07 19


Gubi International

Address: Frihavnen Klubiensvej 7-9

Tel: +45 33 32 63 68



Not only does it offer an abundant selection of daily goods but you can also buy Danish ingredients at the market-type food section in its basement.

Address: Ostergade 52

Tel: +45 33 14 40 02


Statue of The Little Mermaid (Den lille Havfrue)

"The Little Mermaid"is a representative piece of Denmark's famous author, Andersen. Although mermaids are supposed to be completely fish from the waist below, the statue bears human legs up until the ankles. It is believed that this is because the model of the statue had such beautiful legs, the sculptor felt reluctant to cover her legs with scales.

Gitte Kik

A specialty open sandwich shop that uses antique Royal Copenhagen plates and utensils.

Address: Slotkalderen, Fortunastræde 4

Tel: +45 33 11 15 37

Business hours: 10:00 to 17:00 (kitchen to 15:00) Shop holidays: Sundays/Mondays


A one-star Michelin restaurant. Designed by a leading expert in flower arrangement.

Address: Ny Adelgade 7

Tel: +45 33 12 09 90

Fax: +45 33 93 12 23


Era Ora

Popular Italian restaurant that attracts celebrities from all around the world. Although it is a small restaurant without a signboard, it is best to reserve a spot in advance even for lunch.

Address: 33B, Overgaden neden Vandet

Tel: +45 32 54 06 93


Fritz Hansen

World-famous furniture showroom of Fritz Hansen.

Address: Tofteengen 2 Vassingrød

Tel: +45 48 17 23 00


Cafe Sommersko

A cafe on the south of Rosenborg Palace that is familiar to the local youngsters. Also bears a popular brunch menu.

Address: Kronprinsensgade 6

Tel: +45 33 14 81 89

Fax: +45 33 12 13 45


Waterbus-Hop-on, Hop-off

A round trip tour along the canal from the statue of "The Little Mermaid" to Fisketorvet Shopping Center, making 14-15 stops along the way. One-day tickets and two-day tickets are available. Operates daily, everyday every 30 minutes between 9.45 and 5.55pm

Duration: 1 hour

Fee: 30kr (1 tour)

Krogs Fiskerestaurant

A compact high-class seafood restaurant. The recommended menu, which varies according to availability, is popular.

Address: Gammel Strand 38

Tel: +45 33 15 89 15


Canal Tours

Operation time: March 24th to June 17th, August 21st to October 23rd, operates dailt every 30 minutes between 10am and 5pm June 18th to August 20th, operates every 30 minutes between 10am and 7pm October 24th to December 18th, operates daily, every hour between 10.15am and 3.15pm Duration: 50 minutes

Fee: 50kr

Place of arrival and departure Gammel strand, Nyhavn



Ever since the fire of Christiansborg Castle in 1794, this palace has been used as the home of the royal family. Armed guardsmen stand in front of each building and the flag on top of the roof is raised whenever the Queen is in the palace. A traditional changing of the guard can be observed every day at noon.

Royal Copenhagen

Royal Scandinavia was founded in 1775 and mainly used by Denmark's royal family. This store sells products at reduced prices and is a popular destination for locals and tourists.

Address: Amagertorv 6

Tel: +45 33 13 71 81

Fax: +45 38 14 99 42



Arp-Hansen Hotel Group

Copenhagen's hotel group. Currently, nine hotels within the city centre and suburbs are affiliated with this group.


Tivoli Garden (Tivoli)

An amusement park, adjacent to Copenhagen Central Station. In addition to the Ferris wheel and roller coaster, you can also enjoy the blooming flowers of each season, and the pantomime performances at the Peacock Theatre or fulfilling entertainments at the concert hall. Ten thousand illuminations are set up on the park grounds during the Christmas City, which is held from mid November to December 23rd, and invite its viewers to the world of Christmas.

Address: Vesterbrogade 3

Tel: +45 33 15 10 01


Piil & Co

You can enjoy traditional Danish cuisine, which is the integration of French and Italian, amongst historical and beautiful scenery.

Address: Dyrehaven 7, 2930 Klampenborg

Tel: +45 70 26 02 12



Restaurant Jacobsen

A restaurant that was opened for master designer Arne Jacobsen's achievements. Its interior is a testament to Jacobsen's work.

Address: Strandvejen 449

Tel: +45 39 63 43 22

Fax: +45 39 63 43 20



Royal Library (Det Kongelige Bibliotek)

Possesses a total of 2 million books, magazines, and other items including Andersen's manuscripts written in his own hand. An excellent restaurant with a modern interior called Søren k is also inside the building

Address: Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1

Tel: +45 33 47 47 47


Scandic Hotel Copenhagen

An 18-story modern construction that looks over Skt. Jørgens Sølake. Its bright and clean guest rooms bear a traditional and relaxing interior. This is a very international hotel.

Address: Vester Søgade 6

Tel: 33 14 35 35

Fax: 33 32 12 23 

486 room


Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory

Royal Copenhagen Welcome Center, Museum You can view the skilled work of designers of the world's top-rated product, Royal Copenhagen. There are also table-setting and paint courses that you can participate in. Inside the museum is an exhibit of products from when Royal Copenhagen was first established, you can also view the manufacturing process of ceramic ware. Second-rate products are also sold in the outlet shop.


Transport: 400m from Solberg subway station Tour times: Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm Closed days: Saturdays/Sundays, December 25th to 31st, May 1st, June 5th

Admission fee: 40kr (35kr for groups with 15 or more persons)


National Gallery (Statens Museum for Kunst)

Gallery that exhibits domestic and international art from the medieval age up until now.

Address: Sølvgade 48-50

Tel: +45 33 74 84 94


71 Nyhavn Hotel

Address: Nyhavn 71

Tel: +45 33 43 62 00

Fax: +45 33 43 62 01 71

150 room


Restaurant Plaza & Library Ba r

An easygoing restaurant located near the Central Station. The library bar is open every day from 15:00 to late evening.

Address: Bernstorffsgade 4

Tel: +45 33 14 92 62

Fax: +45 33 93 93 62



Shopping center located on the waterfront, built alongside restaurants and movie theaters.

Address: Kalvebod brygge 59

Tel: +45 33 36 64 00


Resutaurant Divan 2 Tivoli

A historical restaurant inside Tivoli Garden that serves French and Continental cuisine. Located on Tivoli Lake, its interior is adorned with dazzling flowers.

Address: Tivoli Vesterbrogade 3

Tel: +45 33 75 07 50

Fax: +45 33 75 07 30


Fredericia Furniture

Address: Bredgade 25F (Skt. Ann P

Christiansborg Castle (Christiansborg Slot)

The fortress constructed by bishop Absalon in 1167 was reconstructed repeatedly over the years to this current form, which was completed in 1928. The castle is now used as a state guesthouse. Underground ruins of the 12th century fortress and a racing stable, features of the original castle, and other exhibits are open to the public.

Address: Christiansborg Slotsplads

Tel: +45 33 92 64 92

Restaurant Kanalen

Restaurant located near the canal, popular for its traditional Danish cuisine that has adopted French-style cooking methods.

Address: Wilders Plads 2

Tel: +45 32 95 13 30

Fax: +45 32 95 13 38


Kong Hans Kaelder

A Michelin one-star restaurant renowned for serving dishes that bring out the natural flavors of their ingredients.

Address: Vingardstrade

Tel: +45 33 11 68 68

Fax: +45 33 32 67 68


St. Gertruds Kloster

A restaurant remodeled from a 14th century nunnery, located underground. You can feel the weight of history through its stone-built interior.

Address: Hauser Plads 32

Tel: +45 33 14 66 30

Fax: +45 33 93 93 65


Restaurant Gastronomique

A restaurant that stands silently in the midst of nature, near Frederiksberg Castle.

Address: Frederiksbergs Runnddel 1

Tel: +45 38 34 84 36



Opened last year, Field's is Scandinavia's largest shopping center. It also contains restaurants, amusement establishments, and other facilities. Enjoy shopping in a Scandinavian-style atmosphere.

Address: Arne Jacobsens Alle 12

Tel: +45 70 20 80 05

Fax: +45 70 20 85 06



Casa Studio

Address :Gammel Mønt 14

Tel: +45 33 32 6368

Fax: +45 3332 6069



The port of Nyhavn was established in combination with the expansion of the urban area in the 17th century. Back then, the hustle and bustle of the arrivals of cargo was everywhere, and the area was very vibrant. It is also famous for being the place that Andersen loved and chose to live in. Currently, it is a sightseeing area with a lot of restaurants.

The Round Tower (Rundetårn)

A cylindrical stone architecture made from red brick that was constructed as an astronomical observatory in 1642 by Christian IV. It is known as the earliest observatory in Europe. It is currently used as an observatory to view over the city of Copenhagen.

Address: Købmagergaden 52A

Tel: +45 33 73 03 73



The only two-star restaurant in Denmark.

Address: 11, Tordenskojldsgade

Tel: +45 33 11 33 52


Royal Theater (Det Kongelige Teater)

A theatre located to the south of Kongens Nytorv, and adjacent to Charlottenborg palace. It is separated into an old stage and new stage, and alternately stages ballets and operas.

Address: Kongens Nytorv

p: +45 33 69 69 69

p: 33 69 69 69 (Mon-Sat 12noon-6pm)


Rosenborg Palace (Rosenborg Slot)

The Palace was constructed at the beginning of the 17th century. The treasure house inside the palace exhibits treasures of the royal family.

Address: Øster Voldgade 4A

Tel: +45 33 15 32 86


Thorvaldsen Museum

Museum that enables you to trace the footsteps of the sculptor, Thorvaldsen.

Address: Bertel Thorvaldsens Plads 2

Tel: + 45 33 32 15 32


Scandic Hotel Hvidovre

Located approximately 8km west of the city centre along Route 21, this hotel is convenient for guests with cars.

Address: Kattevej 4

Tel: 36 86 04 00

Fax: 36 49 81 70



National Museum

Relics from ancient to modern times are exhibited.

Address: Ny Vestergade 10

Tel: +45 33 13 44 11


Radisson SAS Royal Hotel

A 20-story high-class hotel of modern architecture, known as a landmark of the urban area. This hotel is the work of Denmark's master designer, Arne Jacobsen, and is recommended to those who are interested in northern European design. In particular, room 606, is the only room in which his design has been preserved without modification, and is open to spectators when it is not is use. The view from the observatory restaurant on the top floor cannot be missed.

Address: Hammerichsgade 1

Tel: 38 15 65 00

Fax: 33 42 63 00



Hotel Sankt Petri

A five-star high-class hotel that opened in 2003. Converted from a department store, this hotel features a beautiful lobby and room interiors that have adopted Scandinavian design and a large-scale conference room. The "Round Tower"is located near the hotel.

Address: Krystalgade 22

Tel: +45 3345 9100

Fax: +45 3345 9110




Secondhand shop of Danish furniture.

Address: Bredgade 3

Tel: +45 33 33 90 60

Fax: +45 33 33 91 30




Furniture showroom.

Address: Esplanaden 8b

Tel: +45 33 33 73 00


Casa Shop

Address: Store Regnegade 2

Tel: +45 33 32 63 68


Grand Tour of Copenhagen

A grand tour of Copenhagen that visits all of the major sightseeing areas. Although it is impossible to view each and every spot, this tour allows visitors to take in a sweeping image of Copenhagen in a short amount of time.

Operation time: Everyday 11am October to April 20th-Everyday 11am, October to December-Everyday 1.30pm

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

Fee: 195kr


Offers a menu of traditional Danish cuisine with a French essence. You can enjoy open sandwiches at lunchtime.

Address: Öresundsvej 10, 3100 Hornbæk

Tel: +45 33 14 64 00

Fax: +45 33 14 64 01


City & Harbour Tour

A city tour followed by a tour around the harbour by boat.

Operation time: April 8th to May 14th, October 1st to 15th-Everyday 9.30 May 15th to September-Everyday 9.30, 11.30, 1.30pm October 16th to December 22th-Everyday 10.15, 11.15, 12.15

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes (2 hours 15 minutes from October 16th to December 22th)

Fee: 175kr


Largest department store in Denmark. You can buy products from world famous brands to Danish goods in a spacious and relaxed area.

Address: Kongens Nytorv 13

Tel: +45 33 11 44 33

Fax: +45 33 15 18 40


Sweden Tour

A journey that travels northward from Copenhagen along the eastern coast of Sjælland and takes you over Helsingborg in Sweden by ferry. You can tour the Cathedral, University, and other areas of Lund, which has been a university city since medieval times, then enjoy sightseeing and shopping at Malmö. The return trip from Malmö to Copenhagen passes over the 16km Øresund channel bridge.

Operation time: July to September 8th-Thursday/Saturday 9.45

Duration: 8 hours

Dansk Arkitec Center

Gammel Dok, a canalside warehouse built in 1882, was transformed into this center in 1998 and hosts many exhibitions on urban architecture. Its atmospheric interior includes a bookshop with many architecture and design-related documents, and a café adorned with white-based modern Danish furniture.

Address: Strandgade 27 B, (Christianshavn)

Tel: +45 32 57 19 30


Cafe Victor

Located on the west of the Kongens Nytorv, it is a recreation area for the staff of the Royal theater.

Address: Ny Ostergade 8

Tel: +45 33 13 36 13


Denmark Design Center

Teaches the industrial design and general design of Denmark, and bears a gallery in its basement where three types of exhibitions are held on a full-time basis. The cafeteria is also very popular.

Address: H.C.Andersens Blvd. 27

Tel: 33 69 33 69

Fax: 33 69 33 00


The National Radio Symphony Orchestra

The National Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Radio Light Orchestra hold performances at the Radio House Concert Hall, located in the west region of the city. In addition, pop music concerts can be attended at the Circus Hall in the urban district. Recitals from classical music to folk music frequently take place at churches and other areas.

Auto Paaske/Viking Copenhangen Bus Service

Address: Yderlandsvej 2-6

Tel: +45 32 66 00 00

Fax: +45 32 66 00 25



Royal Klunkehjem Museum

Has preserved residences from the Victorian period.

Address: Ny Vestergade 10

Tel: +45 33 13 44 11


Dinner Cruise

A two-course dinner with drinks. A self-guided cruise.

Operation time: June 3rd to 25th, August 12th to September 2nd Fridays 7pm Duration: 2 hours

Fee: 548kr/78€

The place of arrival and departure is Nyhavn You can view the manufacturing procedures of products typical of Denmark. All locations have guided tours on a regular basis. Tour times are as stated below. However, prior reservations are necessary in the case of groups.

Holmegård Glass Factory (Holmegaard)

Transport: 80km southwest from Copenhagen. Approximately 1 hour from Copenhagen to Næstved by train. From there, take a bus to Fensmark.

Tour times: June 15th to September 15th Monday to Thursday 9.30am to 1.30, Fridays 9.30am to 12.30pm September 16th to June 14th Monday to Thursday 10am to 1.30pm Fridays 10:00 to 12:30 March 19th to October 23rd Saturdays/Sundays 11am to 2.30pm Closed: January 1st, February 24th-26th, December 31st

Admission fee: Free of charge

Address: Glasværksvej 54, Fensmark

Tel: 55 54 50 00 *********** ********************


Address: Gammel køge Landvej 22, 2500 Valby

Tel: +45 35 26 31 00

Fax: +45 35 25 08 05


Jens Olsen's astronomical clock

Viewable time Monday to Friday 8.30 to 4pm Saturdays 10am to 1pm

Fee: 10kr


Copenhagen Excursions A/S

Address: Artillerivej 147

Tel: +45 32 54 06 06

Fax: +45 32 57 49 05



City Hall

There is a spacious plaza in front of the city hall where citizens and tourists gather. On the southwest corner is the Central Station (Hoved-banegård) and Tivoli Garden, and on its northeast opens up to the old city where the shopping street, Strøget, is located. Since this area is also the arrival and departure site for many bus tours, it is convenient for a sightseeing base point.

Underground Castle Ruins

Open hours May to September everyday, October to April Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 4pm Closing days October to April and Mondays Admission fee 30kr (25kr for groups with 10 or more persons)

H.C. Andersen Odense Tour

A thorough tour of Andersen's place of birth, Odense in Fyn. You will be able to tour a museum that exhibits mementos of the great author, and stroll through the city. The Storebelt Channel Bridge that connects Sjælland and Fyn is also worth seeing.

Operation time: July 15th to September 15th-Thurdsday 10am

Duration: 8 hours

Fee: 475kr

Imperial Hotel

A high class hotel in a convenient location near Tivoli Park, Central Station, and Stroget, affiliated with the Arp-Hansen Hotels group. Not only are all airline companies located in its periphery, but the building attached to the hotel also houses a movie theatre. The French cuisine served in the Imperial Garden is also very popular. 328 bed

Address: Vester Farimagsgade 9

T:33 12 80 00

Fax: 33 12 80 31



Tower tour

Operation time: October to May Monday to Saturday 12noon June to September Monday to Friday, 12noon, 2pm - Saturdays 12noon

Fee: 20kr

Formel B You

You can enjoy seasonal French-style Danish cuisine made from selected ingredients.

Address: Vesterbrogade 182, Frederiksberg C

Tel: +45 33 25 10 66



River Cruise with Jazz Music

(Jazz on the river and Restaurant Carlslund every Saturday)

Operation period: June 23rd to August 18th Saturdays 1pm Duration: 3 hours

Fee: 50kr

Reservations and inquiries to: Afarten

Tel: +45 66 10 70 80


Super Brugsen

Denmark’s comparison to Coles or Woolworth


The Square Hotel

Address: Rådhuspladesen 14

Tel: +45 33 38 12 00

Fax: +45 33 38 12 01



Antik Margit Damgaard

Antique shop.

Address: Klaregade 19

Tel: +45 66 14 11 14



Industrial Art Museum (Kunstindustrimuseet)

With rococo-toned architecture, the building was constructed in the 18th century as Fredericks Royal Hospital. The museum features various craftwork in a spacious area surrounding the courtyard. Trace the evolution of Danish craftwork.

Address: Bredgade 68

p: +45 33 18 56 56


Open Top Bus Tour (Open Top Tours of Copenhagen)

A double-decker bus tour of Copenhagen that stops off at 25 or more sightseeing spots. Japanese language guiding is also available.

Operation time: May 15th to September 15th everyday Operates every hour between 9:30 and 16:30

Duration: 1 hour

Fee: 150kr

Gefion Foutain (Gefion springvandet)

A fountain with a statue of Gefion, a goddess striking a bull with a whip, located approximately 500m north of Amalienborg Palace. This area is also known to be a perfect place for walks as you can enjoy both greenery and the port, with the statue of The Little Mermaid along the shore up north, and the Kastellet in its rear.

House of Amber / Copenhagen Amber Museum

Copenhagen Amber Museum shop. The building is one of Copenhagen's earliest constructions and was built on the corner of the entrance to Nyhavn in 1606. Here you can find beautiful amber accessories. Amber is known as the "gold of Northern Europe.” At the museum, you can see artefacts created from gold, silver, diamonds, and amber collections from Denmark and around the world.

Address: Kongens Nytorv 2

Tel: +45 33 11 67 00



H.C.Andersen Eventyrhuset

Museum near the city hall plaza opened in June, 2004. After observing the lifestyles of Odense and Copenhagen in the 1800s at the entrance, you can move on to touring Andersen's childhood, research, poems, places travelled, popular fairytale worlds, and other aspects of his life.

Address: Rådhuspladsen 57

Tel: +45 33 32 31 31



Meet the Danes - Copenhagen Visitor Organizer

This is a program that enables tourists to visit the homes of Danish people and interact with them over a home-cooked meal in their homes. One step through the door will show you the real Denmark which is fascinating for those who wish to interact with local people.


Hilton Copenhagen Airport Hotel

A high-class hotel adjacent to the airport that has adopted Northern European design in its lighting and interior. In particular, its atrium, located 45m above the ground, is a masterpiece. Even its small rooms are 33m sq. in size, providing enough space to kick back and relax.

Address: Ellehammersvej 20

Tel: 32 50 15 01

Fax: 32 52 85 28


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Operas, ballets and theatres are often performed at the grand theatre of the Royal Theatre, which is the home base of the Royal Ballet. In addition, ballet performances can be taken in every day at the Pantomime theatre during the open period of Tivoli Garden. Plays are mostly performed in the Royal Theatre.


Pussy Galoreafs Flying Circus

A shop popular with people involved in the media and the younger generation, where you can enjoy cocktails and other drinks.

Address: Skt. Hans Torv 30

Tel: +45 35 24 53 00

Fax: +45 35 24 53 09


Theater Museum

Open hours Tuesday to Thursday 11am to 3pm Saturdays/Sundays 13:00 to 16:00


The Royla Danish Opera

The Copenhagen opera house, Operaen, is one of the world’s most modern opera stages.

Address: Ekvipagemestervej 10

p: +45 33 69 69 33 (Monday-Saturday12:00-18:00)

On-line reservations available.



Irma is Denmark’s comparison to Coles or Woolworth.


The Round Tower district

The distinguishing landmark of Copenhagen's old city region is the cylindrical Round Tower. A stroll through this part of the city is a must, with its medieval features, interesting architectural structures and unique specialty stores. The Rosenborg Palace and National Gallery is also located nearby.

Vikingland Tour

Heads toward Roskilde across a tranquil country road, and tours the Viking Ship Museum (Vikingeskibsmuseet) and the Roskilde Cathedral (Roskilde Domkirke), which bears a beautiful redbrick exterior.

Operation time: April to September 16th, June to October 29th-Tuesday/Sunday 9.45

Duration: 5 hours

Fee: 300kr (lunch not included)

Jens Olsen's astronomical clock

Viewable time Monday to Friday 8.30 to 4pm Saturdays 10am to 1pm

Fee: 10kr


Royal Klunkehjem Museum

Has preserved residences from the Victorian period.

Address: Ny Vestergade 10

Tel: +45 33 13 44 11


Dinner Cruise

A two-course dinner with drinks. A self-guided cruise.

Operation time: June 3rd to 25th, August 12th to September 2nd Fridays 7pm Duration: 2 hours

Fee: 548kr/78€

The place of arrival and departure is Nyhavn You can view the manufacturing procedures of products typical of Denmark. All locations have guided tours on a regular basis. Tour times are as stated below. However, prior reservations are necessary in the case of groups.