Did you know that there are more than 20 libraries across Copenhagen? With your Danish NemID, you can quickly and easily set up your library account online. The libraries are open to the public almost every day of the year, and you can borrow all kinds of media, including books, newspapers/magazines, music, DVDs, audiobooks, online resources and other learning and leisure materials. You can also participate in a range of activities, events and meetups, print and scan documents, and book a PC. Borrowing items is free and reservations can be made after hours online - materials are sent to whichever library you prefer.

Østerbro Library is a Mecca for literature lovers, inspiring quiet contemplation and curious reading.
Ørestad Library was created to provide the neighborhood with a social space for the residents of the area.
With four floors of books, Øbro Jagtvej Library is a large and busy, but cozy, space that caters to people of all ages.
Vigerslev Library is a new and open library, located in a lovely neighborhood house.
Vesterbro Library and Culture House is located in the heart of Vesterbro.
Centrally located in the oldest building in the neighbourhood, Valby Library offers a unique experience for literature enthusiasts.
Sydhavnen Library is the local library of the southern Copenhagen neighbourhood of Sydhavnen.
Right by the iconic Red Square in the culturally diverse area of Nørrebro, you find a library not quite like any other.
Vanløse Cultural ‘Station’ is the central hub of the area with a library, cultural centre, concert venue and ‘Kulturcafé’.
Copenhagen Main Library is the largest library in Denmark consisting of five stories filled with books in languages for readers of all ages.