The Denmark Design Museum, south of Kastellet, is based in the former Frederiks Hospital (c 1752). Boasting an extraordinary, eclectic...
The Danish Museum of Art and Design is one of the city’s most stimulating cultural offerings, boasting an impressive collection of...
Sankt Ansgars Kirke
Sankt Ansgars Kirke, next door to the Medicinsk-Historisk Museum, is Copenhagen’s Roman Catholic cathedral. It was built in 1841 in the...
Just around the corner from Marmorkirken is this delectable French-owned deli-takeaway-cafe serving mostly organic, homemade cakes,...
Lonely Planet review
A chic, pared-back combo of white linen tables, wooden floorboards and vintage French and Italian posters, Le Sommelier fuses French traditions with seasonal Nordic produce. Dishes are delicate and memorable, with gems like chicken consommé with shellfish ravioli, mushrooms and ginger. The wine list has a particularly impressive French selection and service is smooth and attentive.