What2see in København

Christian IV’s bryggeri

Christian IV’s Brewery is one of Copenhagen’s oldest buildings. This huge building stands alone in the middle of the historical surroundings around Frederiksholm Canal right at  Copenhagen Harbor.
Address & contact

Frederiksholm Canal

Gammel Dok

The Gammel Dok( Warehouse )from 1882 has one of the most characteristic building profiles in Christianshavn. The building is named after Denmark's first dry-dock, which was built in 1739 between Eigtved's Warehouse and the Old Dock Warehouse.
Address & contact

Gammel Dok
Strandgade 27B
1401 København K


Den sorte diamant  Det kongelig bibliotek

The royal library  is also called the Black Diamond. IT is the national library. 
Address & contact

Den sorte diamant
Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1, København
(+45) 33 47 47 47

Det kongelige teater (The Royal Theater)

This is the old part of the Royal Theater. It was architects Dahlerup and Pedersen who had designed the theater house of the day, the Old Stage, it was here at the Old Stage that the naturalistic works of Norwegian dramatist Henrik Ibsen first saw the light of day
Address & contact

Gamle Scene
Kongens Nytorv 
1017 København K
Tlf. 33 69 69 69


The Copenhagen Opera House - Denmark's world class venue for opera and ballet.The house is designed by one of the most outstanding architects.Henning Larsen and it is a present from the Danish company AP Møller-Mærsk Group
Address & contact

Ekvipagemestervej 10
1438 København K
Tel.: +45 3369 6981


The Royal Theaters playhouse is a very new stage from 2007. Designed  by the Danish architect Boje Lundgaard og Lene Tranberg,
Address & contact

Sankt Annæ Plads 36
1250 København K
Tlf. 33 69 69 33


Rundetaarn (The Round Tower) was built on the initiative of King Christian IV (1588-1648) with Hans Steenwinkel the Younger as the architect. On July 7th -1637, the foundation stone for Rundetaarn was laid.
Address & contact

Koebmagergade 52a
DK-1150 Copenhagen
Tel +45 33 73 03 73
Fax +45 33 73 03 77


Børsen (The Stock Exchange) is a building on the island Slotsholmen in central Copenhagen built by Christian IV in 1619-1640.
The building was designed by Hans van Steenwinckel in the style of the Dutch renaissance architecture and is famous among tourists for its "dragonspire".
Address & contact

1217 København K
Tlf: 3374 6573
Fax: 3393 0596


Copenhagen Central Station is the largest train station in Denmark, placed in Copenhagen, with entrances to Bernstorffsgade (at Tivoli Gardens), Banegårdspladsen, Reventlowsgade and access to platforms from Tietgensgade.
Address & contact

1570 København V