The best guides to Copenhagen architecture
Every summer, Copenhagen comes alive and calls for outdoor exploration of the city with a mix of historical and brand new architecture. If you don’t know where to begin your architectural journey through the Danish capital, or if you are curious to find new hidden gems, these guides and tours may help you.
Guide to new architecture for citizens, visitors and professionals
Whether you are a citizen, visitor or professional in Copenhagen, this is a guide for a true devotee of architecture. The book guides you through public spaces, historical buildings, modern constructions and much more. The 7th edition of "Guide to new architecture in Copenhagen" was updated last year with no less than 40 new projects to make sure you won't miss the latest architectural projects.
Let local creatives guide you to their favorite
Are you searching for hidden gems, underground events at the cultural scene, whimsical museums, and local hang-out spots when visiting a new city? If so, check out the CITIx60 guidebooks. A Copenhagen edition was just released with tips, tricks, and guidance from local artists, architects, and creatives. The book might inspire you to see the city from another point of view - or to find new places to bring summer visitors.
Copenhagen from a new angle
If you want a whole other look of Copenhagen, you can experience the city from a new angle as the book includes imagines of buildings, historical monuments and more - all from above. The book further contains insightful text with anecdotes and historical facts.
A Copenhagen guide for the design-conscious tourist
"Wallpaper* City Guide" provides highlights of Copenhagen with a focus on design. It's written by locals who let you in on the most happening restaurants, nightlife, galleries and more in the Danish capital. If you have a penchant for the creative scene as well, this guide can provide you with insightful information.
Get the most green experiences while in Copenhagen
If you want to explore what green areas an urban city like Copenhagen has to offer, the book "COPENHAGEN GREEN" will guide you in the right directions. The places recommended spans from traditional green spaces to secret gardens and woodlands. The book further provides insightful information about activities the green areas in Copenhagen have to offer - such as cycling or canoeing.
Tour: Copenhagen architectural walks in English
Are you planning on visiting Copenhagen or having international friends or family visiting this summer? Then this is the guided tour to get to know Copenhagen's architecture and design history! Join in on architectural walks conducted in English every Saturday during the summer, starting from 2 July. It's a perfect way to get to know the city in a short amount of time - or to introduce a foreign visitor to the architecture and historical development of Copenhagen.
Last updated Monday, May 30, 2016