All the information you need about the different districts of Copenhagen, about shopping, museums, sightseeing and much more.
A Gem of a Museum
The David Collection in the heart of Copenhagen comprises three permanent collections. It is the home of one of the world’s most renowned collections of Islamic Art displaying art from the 7th to 19th century, from Spain in the west to India in the east. Among the many treasures, a few of which date as far back as the late 7th century, are miniature paintings, ceramics, silks, jewelry, and ancient daggers inlaid with jewels.
An Icon a Day - Wonderful Cph Illustrations
Emma Sivell is an English born graphic
designer working on a year long design project entitled
"An icon a day" which comprises of daily graphic
Copenhagen based illustrations.
The perfect Copenhagen souvernir!
Cph Districts - Christianshavn
A local Venice known for its café-lined canals, a bohemian atmosphere with trendy shops and world-famous restaurant noma as well as Freetown Christiania.
Cph Districts - Nørrebro
A multicultural hot spot full of up-coming designers shops, fun second hand stores, an abundance of niche shops, cozy cafés and restaurants of any kind at all price levels from your local etnic to Michelin stars.
Cph Districts - Østerbro
Østerbro is located just north of Copenhagen city centre in green surroundings and is considered the posh upper class district of Copenhagen.
Cph Districts - Rungsted North of Copenhagen
If you head up the coast north of Copenhagen you will go through one of Denmark’s most affluent areas with beautiful coastal stretches and sandy beaches lined with magnificent villas overlooking the strait to Sweden. With its popular beaches, first-class inns, and active nightlife, many call it the Danish Riviera.
Karen Blixen, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Hamlet's Kronborg Castle, Frederiksborg Castle, Fredensborg Castle..........
COPENHAGEN, A HUB FOR DESIGN
Intro to Danish Design by Designmuseum Danmark
Den Blå Planet - National Aquarium Denmark
Discover the deep
Den Blå Planet, National Aquarium Denmark is the largest in
Northern Europe. The famous architecture is inspired by a
whirlpool, drawing you into a fascinating and mysterious world below
the surface where a spectacular visit awaits. Sound and images are
combined and used to introduce the atmosphere of being
submerged under water.
De-stress & recharge on SkodsborgRuten
SkodsborgRuten (the Skodsborg Track) is a 6.6 kilometres theme track through the beautiful, ever-changing, nature in Jægersborg Hegn and Dyrehaven, the two nature reserves which are literally the backyard of Skodsborg Kurhotel & Spa.
Copenhagen - The Little Fashion Town
Read about Danish Fashion internationally
Museums & Attractions
Lively, friendly Copenhagen offers plenty to see and do, from historic royal sites to stunning modern design and architecture. Copenhagen is one large attraction in itself, as many of the cobblestone streets and rows of old Danish houses are much like they have been for centuries. Yet Copenhagen is adding ever more modern attractions to the heap of historic ones.
Denmark's capital is a fascinating city full of contrast and surprise.
Royal Copenhagen Christmas Tables
Now with safari, marzipan and a tavern:
Poetic humour and plenty of smiles at Royal Copenhagen’s Christmas tables:
Some of Denmark’s leading comedic talents set the table for Christmas at Royal Copenhagen’s store at Amagertorv in Copenhagen.
This year, the Royal Copenhagen Christmas tables are set according to the theme “Happy Christmas – Lovely Christmas”, portraying not just hymns and yuletide bells, but also creations by some of Denmark’s leading comedians and entertainers.
Did you know that Danes are among the leaders in world design? That Copenhagen is a great city when it comes to exploring the uniqueness of Danish design, the timeless simplicity, quality materials and functionality? Whether you are looking for clothes, jewellery, royal porcelain, designer furniture or lighting, or the latest AV technology, Copenhagen is home to many flagship stores of Danish interior design, furniture and fashion. Go explore the huge showrooms – many of which are exciting combinations of museum, gallery and shop.
Over the last decade, Copenhagen has gone from quaint to cool. The city is bursting with hip attractions, from up-and-coming neighborhoods and waterfront building projects to browsing the cool design in the city's smartest boutiques, galleries and bars.