Copenhagen – Northern Europe’s Coziest Capital Welcomes All

It’s difficult not to be charmed by Copenhagen. Denmark’s compact capital is clean, safe and relaxed. It is home to not only some of the world’s best venues but also cozy cafés, shops and some of the best restaurants in Scandinavia. Winding alleys, pioneering architecture and exciting attractions make a perfect blend of old and new. And Copenhagen Airport is just 13 minutes from the city center.

As of Feb.1st Denmark no longer considers COVID-19 a critical disease and is removing its restrictions. It is no longer mandatory to wear face masks or show COVID-19 passports in Denmark.

Copenhagen is a frontrunner when it comes to adopting sustainable solutions and the city has one of the world’s most ambitious climate policies – with a goal of being the first carbon-neutral capital city by 2025.

Regarded as the world’s greatest little kingdom, Copenhagen offers visitors stately castles, beautiful architecture, delicious Nordic cuisine, historic museums, and so much more. With over 21,000 hotel rooms, an international airport, and hundreds of unique venues, Copenhagen has been continually voted as one of the world’s top meeting and event cities.

Here are two awesome venues to consider:

 1. Kronborg Castle

Do you want to hold your next meeting or event at a venue that has been hosting events for more than 600 years? What about a venue that is on the UNESCO World Heritage list? Then, look no further than the Kronborg Castle. Planners can now host 500 to 10,000 guests by utilizing Kronborg’s vaults, historic halls, beautiful rounds, and more. One of the most popular spaces Kronborg offers is the 600-year-old room, the Chamber of Eric of Pomerania. Planners can host 80-100 guests in the Chambers, making the historic space suitable for receptions, dinners, and intimate meetings. Kronborg also offers planners many packages that feature unique experiences like a renaissance dinner, firing cannons, champagne by the water, burning torches along the Castle’s moat, and more. With so much history, your event at the Kronborg will be nothing short of historic!

 2. Terminalerne

Are you looking for a sustainable, urban, flexible event space in Copenhagen? Then the Terminalerne is for you! Built in 2014 with the collaboration of three architectures, the Terminalerne was designed to offer planners flexible, sustainable space. Terminalerne is comprised of three main terminals with 24,757 sq. ft. of open venue space. All three buildings are encased by glass windows to maximize natural light and feature water-front views. With space for up to 2,300 guests, the Terminals are an ideal venue choice for planners looking to host conferences, fairs, concerts, and more.

If that’s not enough, the people of Copenhagen have been frequently rated the happiest in the world!  Copenhagen prides itself on being a city of hygee, comfort, and coziness. With such hospitality, a rich culture, and historic venues, no wonder why planners continue to choose Copenhagen to host their meetings and events.

For further information, please contact the Copenhagen Convention Bureau.





Julie Surrey is a Partner at Creative Planette and is a seasoned professional in the events industry. Ms. Surrey started blogging actively in 2010 and writes industry specific pieces for i-Meet, the online business community for people who plan meetings and events.


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