Christiansborg Palace (Danish: Christiansborg Slot) houses the Danish parliament, the Supreme Court, the Office of the Prime minister and has offices for the Queen. The Tower of Christiansborg, which is still the highest one in Copenhagen (106 m) gives you the best 360 degrees view over the city and what is important to mention, it is free to access. The Tower was constructed during 1907-1928 and it was designed by architect Thorvald Jørgensen.
Because of the free entrance, there might be a queue, you should prepare yourself for some waiting time. You don’t need to walk up any stairs, to get to the top of Christiansborg Tower you will use two elevators.
The Tower’s restaurant with a menu full of Danish specialities is located at the Tower as well. It is necessary to book a table in advance, use url link for more information. If you have a reservation at the restaurant, you don’t need to wait in the queue downstairs.
Specially suitable for
Families with young kids (0-10), Families with teenage kids, Roof top, Highlights with a view, When it rains