Life around Amaliegade

Amaliegade and its adjoining streets are today considered the most exclusive neighbourhood in Copenhagen. It is the home of many monumental buildings with beautiful colonnades, imposing columns, ornaments, friezes and cornices. Amaliegade itself is an oasis of peace and calm in spite of the fact that it is situated



in the middle of the Copenhagen metropolis. Virtually no traffic passes through here due to the street ending at the courtyard of Amalienborg Palace.


At the opposite end lies the Citadel and the Langelinie quay – a perfect area for a jog. And if you like your morning bath salty, the water in the quay is just as clean as the North Sea.

Amaliegade is a quiet and peaceful street, but it is only a short walk before you find yourself in the middle of Copenhagen’s vibrant recreational life. Bredgade, Store Kongensgade and Store Strandstræde offer some of the city’s best interior design and fashion shops. Around

Kongens Nytorv, you can find an abundance of first-rate cafés and restaurants. Opera, theatre, art exhibitions and museums are all within walking distance from Amaliegaarden.