Royal Palaces

As the capital of the oldest kingdom in the world, royal Copenhagen has many interesting landmarks and architectural master-pieces reminding us of Danish history so intimately associated with the Danish throne and the royal family. Right in the centre of the city you'll find four royal palaces of which Amalienborg is the residence of Queen Margrethe ll.

Amalienborg Palace and The Royal Guard

Actually the royal palace is not one, but four different palaces flanking a square. The four palaces wear built by four noble families in the middle of the 18th century on direct orders by the king Frederik V. Read more »


The Palace is the centre of Danish democracy as the seat of the Folketinget (the Danish Parliament), the Supreme Court, the Prime Minister's office, and the Royal Reception Rooms. Read more »


The royal palace of Frederiksberg dates back to 1699 when the crown prince Frederik built himself a smaller summer palace.
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The Rosenborg Park is called the King's Garden, Kongens Have, and very popular oasis to Copenhageners and visitors.
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