Copenhagen and the Capital Region has a wealth of disabled-friendly attractions, disabled-friendly hotels and accommodation and disabled-friendly places to eat.
Below you will find a guide to cafes and restaurants which have been registered and labelled as accessible to people with disabilities and functional impairments.
They have made an effort to make life easy and convenient for their guests with disabilities. Be it wheelchair ramps, lifts, toilets for the disabled, stairs with handrails and other necessities.
The places have all been registered by Godadgang.dk - the Danish Accessibility Label Scheme. For detailed information we refer you to them or to the places themselves.
The Price Brothers are serving classic Danish dishes in Tivoli.
The Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek is a world-class museum located in the centre of Copenhagen. The Café in the extraordinary palmtree garden serves light lunch dishes and pastry from own production.
Restaurant Ofelia is named after Shakespeare’s young, Danish noblewoman and is located in the beautiful, high-ceilinged foyer of the Royal Danish Playhouse, with the best view of the harbour.
Cosy little cafe by the Ordrupgaard Museum.
Dining with a lake view.
Restaurant Julian at the National Museum in Copenhagen offers a wide choice of Danish and international dishes inspired by ongoing exhibitions and activities at the museum.Restaurant Julian focuses on climate-friendly and organic food and is open for brunch and lunch as well as coffee and cakes.
Restaurant Paustian, annexed to the up-market Paustian Furniture House, serves simple, delicous quality food.
Scandinavian Brasserie on the waterfront.Søren k is the city's sole Scandinavian Brasserie. The focus is on purity and simplicity in the food as well as the interior.
The home-made ice creams of Vaffelbageriet (The Waffle Bakery) in Tivoli Gardens have thrilled the authors of National Geographics’ Food Journeys of a Lifetime so much, that the family-run business landed on a Top 10 of places in the entire world to eat ice cream in 2011.
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