Tivoli Gardens

Copenhagen Canal Tours

Church of Our Saviour

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art



Outdoor Attractions

Copenhagen Zoo - with more than 4,000 animals from all over the world (*free with Copenhagen card)

Botanical Garden - Denmark’s largest collection of living plants (with more than 13,000 species of plants), a few steps from Nørreport Station (*free with Copenhagen card)

Assistens Cemetery - a transformed churchyard now serving as a city park. Denmark's most famous cemetery is the final resting place for numerous notable Danes, including Hans Christian Andersen and Søren Kierkegaard. (*free)

Frederiksberg Gardens - one of Copenhagen's largest and most charming green spaces (*free)

The Lakes - a series of three rectangular lakes curving around the western edge of the City Centre. The area around is popular with strollers, bikers and runners (*free)


Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek

The Tube

Design Museum Denmark


coffee & tea

Relax your body & mind

AIRE Ancient Baths - for the luxurious, indulge in the thermal baths within the historic buildings of Carlsberg City

La Banchina - a 14-seat walk-in restaurant and wine bar with an on-site wood-fired sauna. The sauna is available on demand and can be booked for groups of up to 8 people. The restaurant also features a designated swimming zone, open year-round.

Sofiebadet - a historic spa and cultural experience in the heart of Copenhagen since 1909


Rosenborg Castle

The Black Diamond

ARKEN Museum of Contemporary Art

Always time for

Beer & Cocktails

Mesmerizing Art Spaces

Copenhagen Contemporary - it serves as a hub for contemporary art, housing installations, performance art, and monumental video works. Located in the vibrant cultural district of Refshaleøen, it stands at the forefront of Copenhagen's modern artistic scene. (*free with Copenhagen Card)

The National Gallery of Denmark (Statens Museum for Kunst) - it features a remarkable collection spanning Danish and international art over the past seven centuries. Offering a unique and diverse selection, it showcases everything from European Renaissance classics to the eclectic array of modern and contemporary art, making it unparalleled among Danish museums. (*free with Copenhagen Card)


Danish Architecture Center


Food & drinks

& good times!

Food & Drinks

Illum Original Coffee - with a view from designer shopping center ILLUM

Torvehallerne - a food market where you can discover specialty goods, fresh produce, and delightful food stalls offering delicacies from around the globe

Aamanns 1921 - your go-to smørrebrød place, where everything is made from scratch with seasonal high-quality ingredients

Vækst - eat surrounded by plants

Selfish - enjoy real Japanese sushi

Cadence - a modern, health-forward brunch spot located in the vibrant Carlsberg Byen area


Viking Ship Museum

The Round Tower

We wish you an unforgettable experience in Copenhagen!

Photo credits (in order of appearance):

Lasse Salling/Tivoli Gardens, Stromma, Aske Jørgensen, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Bertels Salon, Hart Bageri, Andersen Bakery, Juno the Bakery, BUKA, Morten Svane, Lukas Bukoven, Assistens Cemetery, Thomas Rahbek/Frederiksberg Gardens, Martin Heiberg/Wonderful Copenhagen, Glyptoteket, The Tube, Designmuseum Danmark, Lille Petra, La Cabra, Andersen & Maillard, A.C. Perch’s Tehandel, AIRE Ancient Baths, La Banchina, Sofiebadet, Erik Hageman/Visit Copenhagen, Laura Stamer, Joachim Wichmann, Green Island CPH, Taphouse, Brus, Móshù Cocktail Club, Coco Bar à Vin, Pompette, Danish Architecture Center, Cisternerne, POPL Burger, Bastard Café, Gaza Grill, WarPigs, Ismageriet, Tommi’s Burger Joint, Mellanie Gandø/Wonderful Copenhagen, Original Coffee, Lukas Bukoven/Visit, Aamanns 1921, Vækst, Selfish, Cadence, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen Contemporary, Vikingeskibsmuseet, Rundetaarn



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