Copenhagen Convention Bureau

CVB
Hotels141
Convention center
Guest Rooms19,880
Guest rooms at 1 hotel814 guest rooms
Special event venues37
Average room rateDKK1,508.00
Restaurants2,139
Daily food costDKK844.00
Occupancy rate
Tax rate25%

Copenhagen Convention Bureau

CVB

Why cooperate with Copenhagen Convention Bureau

Wonderful Copenhagen is the official Convention Bureau of the Greater Copenhagen area. We are the official partner in Copenhagen and all the services we offer to international association and corporate meeting planners are free of charge. We will be your door-opener to our well-established network of local service providers in Copenhagen, e.g. hotels, venues, professional conference organizers (PCOs), destination management companies (DMCs) transportation suppliers etc. We will also help you make a selection of suppliers to match your specific requirements. Wonderful Copenhagen Convention Bureau is an active member of several international meeting industry associations including the International Congress & Convention Association (ICCA) and European Cities Marketing (ECM). We are also a founding member of BestCities Global Alliance. For any inquiries, please contact our leads management office on meetings@woco.dk and visit our website www.copenhagencvb.com Copenhagen is the capital and largest city of Denmark with a population of 1.2 million, but there are almost 2 million people in the Greater Copenhagen region. The city hosts several large conventions, conferences, meetings and corporate events every year, attracting delegates and MICE clients from all over the world and, unsurprisingly, Copenhagen has been in the top 10-list of ICCA’s ranking of the world’s most popular convention cities for years. Copenhagen is known for its happy people, laid back lifestyle and the concept of ‘hygge’ – the best way to translate this is into ‘coziness’. The capital city is very compact and it is easy to get around when you are here – you can basically experience most of Copenhagen by foot or blend in with the locals by renting a bike, which is also the quickest way to get around town. In 2016, bikes even outnumbered cars in Copenhagen. This means that it is very easy to combine business with pleasure by attending your meeting in the city centre and at the same time being able to explore the city afterwards – visiting museums, attractions or simply enjoying a drink at the Copenhagen harbour. Greater Copenhagen offers Scandinavia’s most knowledge-intensive research and business environment. Home to Medical Valley – located at the gateway to Denmark and Sweden - it has a vibrant ecosystem and deep talent pool underpinned by world-class life science universities and research infrastructure. Strongholds include Life Science, Cleantech and ICT. In Greater Copenhagen, you will find 12 universities, 14,000 researchers, 160,000 students, 10 university hospitals and 19 science parks & innovation incubators as well as a great number of companies within biotech, medtech, agrotech, greentech, foods, and not least pharma, many of which are R&D based. Companies include Novo Nordisk, Lundbeck, Niras and Nets.

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Distance from airport

  • Copenhagen Airport (CPH)

    8 km from city center

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Local Attractions

Tivoli Gardens

Historical landmark
Tivoli Gardens is worth a visit, right in the city centre of Copenhagen. With its fantastic buildings and beautiful gardens, it is among the world’s ten most popular amusement parks. Tivoli Gardens is open from Spring to Autumn, again for Halloween and for a Christmas experience from mid-November through December. Tivoli has plenty of great restaurants and options for fine dining. Their venues are suitable for both smaller meetings, larger conferences and parties.
Copenhagen, DK

The Blue Planet

Museum
The Blue Planet is a wonderful attraction to gaze upon, both for its exterior and interior, is the splendid, almost Space Age aquarium of the future. It spins out in five directions from its central axis and is surrounded on all sides by water, which intends to make visitors feel water-borne. Popular sections include the huge ocean tank and the sections featuring the butterflies, birds, piranhas and anacondas of the Amazon River, Great Barrier Reef. In total, its officials calculate that the attraction contains almost 900,000 gallons of water.
Copenhagen, DK

The Black Diamond

Historical landmark
The Black Diamond is impressive architecture on the waterfront is the impressive architecture and house of Denmark's national library - which was one of the new buildings that have come to revolutionise the city in recent decades. This dramatic, black edifice is also a cultural space. It puts on regular exhibitions and has four meeting rooms as well as the Queen's Hall with room for up to 600 delegates.
Copenhagen, DK

Amalienborg Palace

Historical landmark
Amalienborg Palace is considered one of the greatest examples of 19th-century Danish Rococo architecture and comprises four identical palaces, Christian VII's, Christian VIII's, Frederik VIII's and Christian IX's. Much is still the official residences of members of the present royal family, but the Amalienborg Museum offers visitors a glimpse of its gilded splendor, especially on Saturdays when access to the royal reception rooms are permitted.
Copenhagen, DK

The National Gallery

Museum
The National Gallery is located in the botanical gardens in Copenhagen with Denmark's largest collection of art experiences from all around the world. The museum can also be used for receptions and dinners.
Copenhagen, DK

Kronborg Castle

Museum
Located in In Elsinore, 50 minutes north of Copenhagen, you will find the famous Hamlet's Castle. It was built to demonstrate Denmark’s power and prosperity. In 2000 Kronborg Castle was inscribed on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.
Elsinore, DK

Rundetaarn

Historical landmark
Rundetaarn, or Round Tower, was built by King Christian IV in the memory of pioneering Tycho Brahe, who died in 1601, to continue the city's groundbreaking scientific research. Today, the observatory with telescope at the top of its 700 or so feet of height can be visited, as can its Library Hall that also has the capability to host functions.
Copenhagen, DK

Copenhagen Street Food

Copenhagen Street Food is an inspiring food market venue with an exceptional atmosphere, located on the Paper Island, “Papirøen", by the Copenhagen harbour. you can walk around the market hall, talk with your colleagues or clients, and taste food from approximately 30 different food trucks, with food from all around the world.
Copenhagen, DK

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