Nice area not far from the water , good place to see on the way to Little Mermaid - impressive buildings and lucky enough to be there for the band and changing of the guard
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At 12 pm each day, the changing of the guard occurs at Amalienborg Palace. It is good to be there early for the start of the ceremony (which runs for about 15 mins, although you don't have to stay for its entirety) which is quite...More
Delightful area offering access to the waterway and a large open space in the centre of the city. Rooms were beautiful and exhibits very interesting. Being an active royal residence we were visited by Prince Joachim.
Came here to see the Changing of the Guard, it happens every day at 1200 and is pretty cool to watch. Was pretty cold standing in the wind and rain though so plan carefully! It does go on for quite a long time but you...More
Visited here on our way back from little mermaid. This is close by so we just walked to the castle. Since it was November the castle was closed for admission by the time we visited. The palace is large and still looking glamourous. We couldn't...More
I enjoyed watching the changing of the guard and touring one of the palaces that has been made into a museum. I enjoyed learning about the history of the Danish royal family at the museum but wish they offered a good souvenir book for purchase.
it was amazing visit the palace, and also see the guardian. It is very cosy and it is pretty nice. I am thinking come back to copenhaguen.
Plan your visit so you can see the changing of the guard. While a nice little ceremony it is more casual than what you would see in England at the palace. It does reflect the casual attitude of the Danish population which is a little...More
We did not go inside for a tour but we did watch the changing of the guard outside. It was a little boring (no band because the Queen was not at home). Still, it was nice to see.