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Welcome to Frederiksberg

Frederiksberg is an independent municipality within the capital of Denmark.


    Frederiksberg has a well-developed public transport infrastructure with metro, S-trains, buses, bike lanes and car parks.

    In 2016 the population of the municipality was 104,481. Frederiksberg covers an area of 8.7 square kilometres, making us the most densely populated municipality in Denmark. The highest point in Frederiksberg is about 30 metres above sea level at Frederiksberg Bakke in Søndermarken.

    The Municipality of Frederiksberg is headed by a municipal council with 29 members from six different political parties. Michael Vindfeldt from the Social Democratic Party became Mayor in 2022.

    Frederiksberg also has large parks such as Søndermarken and Frederiksberg Have, as well as a number of educational institutions such as Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Technical Education Copenhagen (TEC), the University of Copenhagen, and the Royal Danish Academy of Music.

    Furthermore, there are extensive and vibrant cultural attractions in Frederiksberg, with theatre, events and concert venues such as Aveny-T, Riddersalen, Betty Nansen Teatret, Cisternerne, Forum and KU.BE.

    Frederiksberg is a part of Greater Copenhagen, an area covering eastern Denmark, and the southern tip of Sweden.

    The 79 municipalities in Greater Copenhagen are home to 4 million inhabitants and together they represent Scandinavia’s largest recruitment base for highly skilled employees. The region offers world-class research facilities and a creative business environment with access to markets in 2 countries.

    Greater Copenhagen aims to be the leading metropolis in Northern Europe in terms of attracting and retaining international investments, companies, tourism and talent.