Copenhagen’s annual Night of Culture festival takes place around mid-October in the heart of the city for people from all over the world to attend and enjoy. Over 200 museums, churches, exhibition halls, galleries, and political institutions open their doors for people to experience the broad cultural landscape that Denmark’s capital city has to offer.
Thousands of people flood the streets of Copenhagen every year in order to take full advantage of all the opportunities and events that the festival organises. The October festival pays special attention to light, sound and cross-cultural themes holding over 700 events such as, live music performances, theatre performances, light shows, exhibitions, and interactive workshops in the heart of the city centre.
Copenhagen’s city centre is also home to a number of beautiful and interesting attractions that provide for every kind of person, for example: The Tivioli Gardens, Amalienborg Palace, The National Gallery, Kronborg Castle, and Stroget, which is the world’s longest pedestrian street, home to a wealth of shops with big international brand names like Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Chanel.
The city of Copenhagen also likes to be very accommodating towards it’s guests by having a large selection of luxury hotels that are situated right downtown. Many of the hotels are equipped with great facilities and employee friendly staff from all over the world that are always welcoming and happy to assist with any queries.