Address: Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center, Arni Magnussons Gade 2.
Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center is located in the heart of Copenhagen within walking distance of Tivoli Gardens and the Town Hall Square. Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center is the largest conference centre in the central Copenhagen area. It's Congress Hall alone accommodates up to 2,500 attendees, in addition to two large auditoria and a variety of large and smaller conference and meeting rooms. The invite-only event Copenhagen Masterclasses will take place at The National Film School of Denmark, accessible by both bus and the central ferry lines of the city. The address of the National Film School (Theodor Christensens Pl. 1)
Copenhagen Airport is situated close to the Festival location - only a 15 minutes taxi ride away. If you prefer to travel by train, Copenhagen Central Station is almost right around the corner.
The international guests of Copenhagen TV Festival are accommodated at the Tivoli Hotel. Festival delegates can enjoy special room offers during their stay.
In the same building is Tivoli Congress Center, where all events of Copenhagen TV Festival will take place. The Tivoli Hotel opened in 2010 as one of the first themed hotels in Denmark. Located in central Copenhagen the hotel is equipped with air conditioned rooms, wireless internet and flatscreen television. The hotel also encompasses a fitness centre, swimming pool, bar and restaurant as well as indoor and outdoor playgrounds. Tivoli Hotels architecture and many facilities makes the hotel completely unique. If you are a delegate at the festival, we suggest that you book your accommodation at Tivoli Hotel as well.
Other options include Copenhagen Island (across the street) and Wake Up Copenhagen (next door, Carsten Niebuhrs Gade 11).
Registration: Festival passes can and must be purchased online in the festival shop under Tickets.
On site: All participants are registered when they purchase a ticket and a pass/badge is ready at the festival reception in Tivoli Congress Center.
Copenhagen TV Festival takes place in the beautiful capital of Denmark.
Copenhagen is a major regional centre of culture, business and media. With a history that dates back to 1043 the city is also full of historic landmarks, significant buildings and interesting sights. Most known are the more than 100 year old amusement park Tivoli, the statue of The Little Mermaid, and the freetown of Christiania. Other popular tourist attractions are Amalienborg Palace – home of the royal family, a guided canal tour on the harbour and a walk down the shopping street Strøget. You can also rent a bike at Tivoli Hotel and explore Copenhagen the way Copenhageners do on two wheels.