Copenhagen is famous for its diverse and rich cultural life both for locals and guests of the city. Fashion week, Design week, Bysicle Festival and Elephant parade are just few of them. For detailed event calendar click here.
Black Diamond - Danish Royal Library, apart from the main functions of a library, the building houses The National Museum of Photography, a bookshop, a café, a restaurant, a roof-deck and the Dronningesalen concert and theatre hall which seats 600.
The extension to the Royal Library finished in 1999 is deservedly called The Black Diamond. Its shiny, black facets mirror the sea and the sky at the harbour front. and is one of the architectural highlights in Copenhagen. Per Kirkeby's impressive 200 square-metre painting adorns the ceiling of the Black Diamond.
Strøget is the world's longest pedestrian street with a wealth of shops, from budget-friendly chains to some of the world's most expensive brands. The stretch is 1.1 kilometers long and runs from City Hall Square (Rådhuspladsen) to Kongens Nytorv.
NY Carlsberg Glyptotek is an art museum founded in 1888 by the brewer Carl Jacobsen (1842-1914). The museum contains two main departments of ancient and modern art. Free admission on Sundays and every day for children under 18.
Christiansborg Palace Chapel as we know it today was inaugurated by a commemoration service on Whit Sunday 14 May 1826 to celebrate the 1000 anniversary of the introduction of Christianity to Denmark. From this point in time, the Palace Chapel served as the parish church of the Royal Family and, originally, also of an exclusive congregation of employees at Court, artists at the Royal Danish Theatre.
The Folketing is located in Christiansborg Palace, and there is free entrance to the public galleries during parliamentary debates.
Christiania (www.christiania.org) the free city within the city, is without a doubt one of Denmark’s most popular tourist attractions.