Christiansborg Palace. Begin the final day of your 2 days or weekend in Copenhagen at Christiansborg Palace. Once a royal residence, the palace today is used as the house of Parliament in Denmark.
Christiansborg Palace The majestic Christiansborg Palace stands tall, a giant in Danish politics and a pillar of Copenhagen’s skyline. Home to the Parliament, the Prime Minister’s Office, and the Supreme Court (but sadly not the famous Ministry of Bacon), this is where decisions are made and history is written.
Important buildings include Charlottenborg Palace, famous for its art exhibitions, the Thott Palace (now the French embassy), the Royal Danish Theatre and the Hotel D'Angleterre, dated to 1755. Other landmarks in Indre By include the parliament building of Christiansborg , the City Hall and Rundetårn , originally an observatory.
Visit Christiansborg Palace; Grab Some Food and Craft Beer in the Kødbyens Meatpacking District; Take a Canal Tour; Visit the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek ; Spend an Evening in the Tivoli Gardens; Visit The Little Mermaid; Sip on Cocktails at 1656 ; Explore Colourful Nyhavn; Hang Out in Freetown Christiania; Explore the City by Bike ; Cycle Around ...
Hidden Gems – Other slightly hidden gems to check out if you have time are the library gardens by Christiansborg Palace, the network of underground cisterns beneath Frederiksberg Gardens, and my personal favorite, the six wooden giants created by Thomas Dambo who live in the forests on the outskirts of the city.
Christiansborg Palace is centrally located in Copenhagen, on the islet of Slotsholmen. It is the seat of the Danish Parliament, the Danish Prime Minister’s Office, and the Supreme Court of Denmark, but it’s also used by the Danish royals.
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