Valby is the district between Vesterbro and Frederiksberg, mostly famous for the Carlsberg breweries that now has moved to Frederica and is under heavy redevelopment. A huge highrise area is under construction in the former brewery area, among them Bohrs Tårn, that is Copenhagen's tallest building since 2017. Several modern apartment blocks have been built recently. In the town center of Valby there are old, typical Danish, colourful small scale buildings, many in typical Danish yellow. In 2022 it will be surpassed by Pasteurs Tårn (120m, 37 floors), also in the old Carlsberg area in Valby.
Bohrs Tårn is since its completion in 2017 Denmark's tallest skyscraper. It has 30 floors and is 100.6 m tall.
Bohrs Tårn is a black mixed use highrise that functions as residential, education, office and retail. It was designed by Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects.
The old Carlsberg highrise.
Fyrtårnet, a guardian tower from 1883 belonging to the brewery.
The Italian renaissance architecture of Carlsberg.
Elefanttårnet was built in 1901, so the swastika was made before it become a symbol of the Nazis. And
The Carlsberg sign.
One of the old Carlsberg brewery factories.
New modern residential buildngs in dark colours.
Old townhouses with a modernized park.
Pile Allé (Willow Alley) near Carlsberg.
VALBY town center:
Valby Langgade is the main road of Valby with small old-fashioned colourful -many yellow- buildings, cafés and supermarkets.