Øster Voldgade 4A, 1350 København, Denmark
Definitely worth a visit. The throne room is luxurious. Pay attention to the thrones, delicate tapestries. Also not to miss: the green glass room (Venetian glass collection) and the treasury ( basement ). Keep the ticket carefully, as you will need it for the treasury. Beautifully preserved castle rooms. Some smaller side-rooms are protected with glass - which is great to keep them in good condition, also make them available to the visitors
Very nice visit. The website offers a decent guided tour, with items having labels for you to easily find out more about them. The most impressive is certainly the crown jewels. But the palace itself is filled with very interesting paintings, and curious items. There's a wide range of history comprised in this location, definitely a must!
Beautiful castle which totally deserves a visit. Guides available in different languages. The crown is AMAZING! Will take you one-two hour(s) to complete the tour. After the visit, you can relax in the very nice garden!
Even if you have a pass you need to wait in a long line (in the rain when I went) then you wait in a long line to get a locker. Then it’s time to line up in the rain again to wait in a queue to get in. These places are open limited hours (1000-1600) and you’ll need to invest a decent portion of your day. I wouldn’t wait in this line for a heart transplant.
Very interesting and surprising interior and architectural features (a centuries old surround sound 'Winter Room' for example). But otherwise darker and less impressive than expected. However, if you want to see some crown jewels without being pushed about like sheep... This is the Castle for you!