Since 1975, Bella Center Copenhagen has hosted thousands of successful events of all kinds. The venue’s 66,000 square metres (710,400 sq.ft.) features more than 100 meeting rooms with natural daylight, multiple Exhibition Halls, Auditoriums, Plenary Rooms – the largest with a capacity to host 12,000 people. Bella Center Copenhagen focuses on securing access for all visitors on the premises.
Bella Center is the turning point of Copenhagen’s newest neighbourhood, Bellakvarter (Bella Quarter). A blooming area comprised of both residential living, thriving businesses, local shopping opportunities, and public parks and squares for all to enjoy. Visitors to Bella Center Copenhagen will greatly profit from the rise of Bellakvarter with its distinct character, local culture and urban living; a neighbourhood that literally introduces you to the best of Danish design and the Copenhagen way of life.
Follow the link for more information about Bella Center Copenhagen, and read more about their:
• Green Key certification
• Support of the UN Global Compact
• Code of Conduct contracts with all suppliers
• Waste sorting in 16 categories after each event
Copenhagen is the host city of the World Congress. Read more about what makes Copenhagen livable, lovable and special.
Denmark is much more than Copenhagen. Read more about what makes Denmark an interesting and beautiful place to visit.
This is the first time the World Congress will be held in a Nordic country. Read more about what makes the Nordics special, and learn more about what you can experience here.
Green livability, gastronomy, architecture and design – Copenhagen is a city that mixes a green mindset with ingenuity and fun. For instance, if you clean up the harbour, why not build a floating pool for swimmers to enjoy at all seasons?
Biking in Copenhagen is a big thing, and to date, Copenhagen is the uncrowned bike capital of the world. The city is built for bike rides, the harbour has been repurposed for swimming and bathing, and parks, gardens and small green oases are sprinkled all over the city. Copenhagen offers excellent opportunities to explore the city, whether by foot, bike or wheelchair.
We would love it if you stayed a little longer and saw what the city has to offer.
Denmark is a beautiful, tiny country. This means that you can get anywhere in the country from Copenhagen in just six hours – from the top of Jutland in the northwest to the island of Bornholm in the southeast.
Small is beautiful, especially when it comes to our four biggest cities in Denmark: Copenhagen, Aarhus, Aalborg and Odense. All cities can be reached by bus, train and car within 1 to 4 hours from Copenhagen. They are great places to enjoy architecture and get a closer look at Danes in their natural habitats! Denmark has islands, beaches, villages and cities, all close, all accessible. Explore food, museums, national parks and the local population.
We recommend visiting at least some of Denmark if you’re already here for the congress – below, you can read more about how to get around and what to see.
Visit the Nordics
The Nordic countries make up the northernmost part of western Europe, extending into the Arctic. They include Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, the Faroe Islands, Åland and in most definitions Greenland, as there are long-standing political and linguistic ties.
Scandinavia and the Nordics are both close in geography and wide-ranging in sights and nature. From the wide open areas and beaches of Denmark, to the mountains of Norway, the deep forests of Sweden, and the majestic lakes of Finland, the Nordics have exceptional nature and local peoples to explore. If you’re feeling even more adventurous, the strikingly stark nature of Greenland, the volcanic majesty of Iceland and the beautiful green mountains of the Faroe Islands hold experiences and adventures that are unique and astonishing. Copenhagen is an excellent starting point for exploring the Nordics, and we would love for you to see more of the beautiful lands and areas that the Nordics encompass.