What2see in København

Christiansborg castle is the seat of the Danish Government.It also houses the Royal reception chamber. The Parliament buildings are open to the public and when not in session the visitors can see the Plenary Chamber and the Senate (now abolished).The remains of the first fortress built by Bishop Absalon are also open to the public.
Address & contact

Christiansborg Slotsforvaltning
Prins Jørgens Gård 1
1218 København K
Tlf. 33 92 64 92


Amalienborg is the official residence of the Royal  couple. It is guarded day and night by the Royal Guard, which has protected royalty for centuries.Each day at noon ,the changing of the guard takes place, which attracts hundreds of tourists.
Address & contact

Amalienborg slotsplads

Rosenborg Castle was originally built by Christian IV as a country sommerhouse.The style of this palace takes the inspiration from the Dutch Renaisance.Near the castle are situated the barracks of the Royal Guard, from where they march every day to Amalienborg  along the streets of Copenhagen. The Castle houses the collection of the Royal jewels.
Address & contact

Øster Voldgade 4
1350 København K