Attractions in the Greater Copenhagen region | VisitCopenhagen

Go beyond Copenhagen

With stunning nature, world-famous castles and even a different country just a short train ride or drive away, there are plenty of reasons to go beyond Copenhagen. 

Activities with kids in Copenhagen | VisitCopenhagen

Fun attractions for kids

Copenhagen is a city for kids. Reserved places on buses and trains for prams and pushchairs, children's menus in restaurants and art museums in kids' height.

Guided tours in Copenhagen

Sightseeing tours

Copenhagen offers lots of great guided or self-guided tours on foot, bus, bike or boat.

Tivoli | Top attractions | VisitCopenhagen

Top 30 attractions

Most of Copenhagen's major attractions are within walking distance. Here you will find a guide to the 30 most visited in Copenhagen and the capital region.

Copenhagen gardens and parks

Top 10 gardens & parks

Copenhagen has many parks and gardens that are perfect places to relax, sunbathe, go for a stroll or have a picnic.

Rain in Copenhagen. Photo Thomas Høyrup Christensen

Copenhagen when it rains

Danish weather can be tricky but do not worry. There are plenty of things to do in Copenhagen on a rainy day. The days are perfect for a visit to a museum and also a great excuse to go shopping.

Tivoli

Tivoli Gardens

Tivoli Gardens amusement park in Copenhagen is a must for all visitors to the city, young and old.

Bike collage, photo Instagram

Bike city Copenhagen

Copenhagen has one of the world's most dedicated bike cultures. In fact, the city has more bicycles than people. Experience the city like a local.

Kronborg Castle, photo Jon Nordstrøm

Kronborg Castle

Kronborg Castle in Elsinore, north of Copenhagen, is one of northern Europe's finest Renaissance castles. It is located at the entrance to Oreound and was built in 1574-1585.

Amalienborg Palace | Royal attractions | VisitCopenhagen

The 9 most prominent royal attractions

Copenhagen is a royal city, and home to the world's oldest monarchy. In and around the city you will find castles, palaces, royal statues and monuments.

Overview Copenhagen, photo Robert Thomason

Explore Copenhagen in 24 hours

Are you only spending one day in Copenhagen? The city has lots to offer and we have selected some of our favourite places you can explore in 24 hours.

Nyhavn | Photo: Jacob Schjoerring & Simon Lau | Copenhagen

Spring in Copenhagen

Visit beautiful Copenhagen in the spring and experience the newly blossomed flowers and the festivals filling the air with music and celebrations.

Vikings' Copenhagen

Vikings' Copenhagen

All Scandinavians have a little Viking blood in their veins. Follow in the footsteps of the Vikings, their settlements, history and see a live reenactment.

Christiansborg | CPH cultural district | VisitCopenhagen

Copenhagen cultural district

Copenhagen cultural district is located on Slotsholmen and the nearby area, in the heart of Copenhagen. Here, you can explore the district's many cultural institutions which offers interesting discoveries and exciting experiences.

Danish architecture. Photo: Robert Thomason

Copenhagen's architectural masterpieces

Bold urban planning and world-class architecture is shooting up alongside Copenhagen's old historic buildings and palaces. Here are the must-sees.

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