Anyone who has a taste for royal history. he must visit Amalienborg Palace. It offers a peep into the life of a royal family still residing inside the palace. Amalienborg is made up of four identical buildings. These are Christian VII’s Palace , Frederik VIII’s Palace, Christian IX’s Palace and Christian VIII’s Palace. All these buildings are monument of Danish grandeur. You’ll also find Amalienborg Museum showcasing the royal history. Can also sense the presence of one of the world's oldest monarchies from the beautiful palace square where you can watch the changing of the guards.
The four identical buildings and changing of the guards are the main attractions of Amalienborg Palace . It is considered one of the greatest works of Danish Rococco architecture. It is made up of four identical buildings - Christian VII’s Palace used as guest residence, Christian VIII’s Palace used as guest palace for Prince Joachim and Princess Benedikte, Frederik VIII’s Palace, home of the Crown Prince family), and Christian IX’s Palace, home of the Queen and Prince Consort).Then there is a Museum in Christian VIII’s palace. Here you can experience royal life past and present.
The castle is also known for changing of The Royal Guard called Den Kongelige Livgarde. You can experience the changing of the guards, as they march from their barracks in Gothersgade 100 by Rosenborg Castle through the streets of Copenhagen.The march ends up at Amalienborg palace, where the changing of the guard takes place at 12:00 noon. Guests are guided by the palace mascot, Hannibal the Elephant, who greets them at eye level with engaging signs.
By Bus: Take line 66 bus from Hovedbanegården, Tivoli to Sankt Annæ Plads, Skuespilhuset takes 9m including transfers and departs every 10 minutes.Movia operates a bus from Copenhagen Central Station to Amalienborg Palace every 10 minutes. Tickets cost 190 to 270 DKK. Journey takes 9 minutes.
By Train: You can also catch a train from openhagen Central Station to Amalienborg Palace. It departs from København H station every 5 minutes
• Go for a combined ticket with Rosenborg Palace. It can be purchased for DKK145 and is valid for 36 hours
• Don't forget to see the "Changing Guard" ceremony. Its worth watching
• The Palace showcases the Danish splendor, Should grab it
• Eat at the best street food markets. You will never run out of delicious opportunities
• Must see the three types of watches: King's watch, lieutenant watch and palace watch.
Entry fee for adults is DKK95 and DKK65 for students. It is free for children under 18, A combined ticket with Rosenborg Palace can be purchased for DKK145.It is valid for 36 hours
Entry fee for adults is DKK95 and DKK65 for students. It is free for children under 18, A combined ticket with Rosenborg Palace can be purchased for DKK145.It is valid for 36 hoursCollapse
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