Not many stock exchanges are topped by a 56m-tall spire formed from the entwined tails of four dragons. Børsen is one. Constructed at...
Queen Margrethe II took her marriage vows here in 1967, and while much of the present Dutch Renaissance-style structure dates from 1641,...
Netto-Bådene operates good-value one-hour cruises of Copenhagen's canals and harbour. Embarkation points are at Holmens Kirke and...
Bathed in light on even the dourest of days, the Royal Library's sleek, waterside fine-diner revels in showing off top-notch regional...
Børsgade · interesting places nearby
Not many stock exchanges are topped by a 56m-tall spire formed from the entwined tails of four dragons. Børsen is one. Constructed at the eastern corner of Slotholmen in the early 17th century, its elegant Dutch Renaissance design features richly embellished gables and an eye-catching copper roof. Opened during the bustling reign of Christian IV, this still-functioning chamber of commerce is the oldest in Europe, though generally not open to the public.