Amalienborg Palace, in Copenhagen, is a very interesting place to visit for anyone with an interest in Denmark’s royal history. The palace is the home of the Danish royal family.
At the Palace Museum you can learn about the royal history, and at the beautiful palace courtyard you can watch the guard's shift every day at 12.00.
Amalienborg was built in the 1750s as the center of the surrounding Frederiksstaden district. The four mansions were originally built as nobility houses, but were taken over by the royal family after the fire at Christiansborg palace in 1794.
Hop off at stop 3 - The Marble Church on the Classic Copenhagen route and you're right next to Amalienborg Palace.