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  • Wander through Royal State rooms
  • Explore the Copenhagen at your own pace
  • Listen to audio guides at the palace and on the bus

See Copenhagen’s best sights and explore the royal palace

Copenhagen has many amazing museums to explore, including Christiansborg Palace, which has been the country's seat of power for 800 years. To make the most of your Copenhagen city trip, you’ll want an easy way to get around the city and book some experience before you arrive there. With this combination ticket you’ll easily find your way around the city and can enter the royal palace.

A story of royalty and ruins at Christiansborg Palace

Over the course of 800 years, three different palaces have stood on Slotsholmen, with the current palace having been completed in 1928. Part of the current palace is used by the Danish government and some is still used, on occasion, by the royal family. These rooms can be explored with this ticket, including the Royal Reception Rooms with the Great Hall and the Queen’s tapestries, Royal Kitchen, Palace Chapel and the Ruins of the previous palaces.

The Royal Reception Rooms are used by the Queen to receive foreign dignitaries, such as kings, queens and presidents, and the Great Hall features 17 tapestries that represent 1100 years of Danish history. In the summer season there are daily guided tours, but for the rest of the year you can find free audio guides in the Useuum app about the tapestries, the Royal Reception Rooms, and the Ruins under the palace.

See Copenhagen by Hop-on Hop-off bus

The RED Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off bus in Copenhagen takes you in and around the city centre. Not only will the bus drop you off right in front of Christiansborg Palace, it can also take you to sights such as Nyhavn, the Little Mermaid statue, SMK and Freetown Christiania. For 24 hours you can hop-on and off the bus at any of the stops you want to explore the city at your own pace.

On the bus, you can make use of the free Wi-Fi and listen to the audio guide to learn more about Copenhagen. When you download the RED Sightseeing app you can see exactly where the buses and bus stops in the city are, and you can enjoy a free walking tour of the city centre. The RED Sightseeing bus is the perfect bus tour to combine with tickets to attractions in the city.


Access to the Hop-on Hop-off bus for 24 hours
Entry to Christiansborg Palace

List of bus stops
You can hop on and off at any of the following stops:

  • Central Station / Tivoli Gardens
  • Ny Carlsberg Glyptoteket / National Museum / Museum of Copenhagen
  • Wake Up Copenhagen / Tivoli Hotel / Copenhagen Mall
  • Copenhagen Marriott Hotel / Kalvebod Waves
  • Islands Brygge / Radisson Blue Scandinavia Hotel
  • Christianshavn Square / Christiana Freetown
  • Christiansborg Palace / Holmens Church
  • Nyhavn
  • Amalienborg Palace
  • Gefion Waterfountain / Design Museum / The Citadel
  • The Swedish Church / Citadel
  • The Little Mermaid / la Sirenetta / Die Kleine Meerjungfrau
  • Langelinie
  • Indiakaj
  • Ocean Pier Cruise Terminal – operates only when ship is in
  • Rosenborg Castle / Botanical Gardens / National Art Gallery
  • The Latin Quarter / City Hall Square / Hard Rock Café
  • Palads Cinema / Tivoli Gardens / Planetarium

Click here for the map or find the locations of the stops in the Red Sightseeing app.

  • Bus operating hours
    Monday – Sunday: 9.00 -18.30, last departure from stop 1 is at 16:00
  • Opening hours Christiansborg Palace
    Royal Reception Rooms, Royal Kitchens & the Ruins:
    Monday – Sunday: 10.00 - 17.00
    Palace Chapel:
    July: Monday - Sunday: 10.00 – 17.00
    August – June: Sunday only: 10.00 – 17.00
  • Children 0-17 can enter the palace for free, a separate bus ticket needs to be bought for 3-17 year olds
  • Rescheduling and cancellation possible up to 48 hours in advance
  • E-ticket directly available on smartphone
  • Bus ticket valid for 24 hours from the moment of first use
  • Rooms at Christiansborg Palace might without notice be closed in connection with the Royal Family’s use of the palace