This is a must ... the metro will take you there in 15 minutes - and you are very close to many other interesting places in CPH
New harbour, with a lot of traditional Danish restaurants and you can do canal boat tours from here.
Nyhavn is a cosy dock, where there is a buzz during the summer. Dont go for the food, but for a drink and the atmosphere. Fyn fact: Nyhavn is originally dug out by swedish war prisoners in the old days. A lot of the water ways in Copenhagen, especially Christianshavn is inspired by Amsterdam.
Take a canal tour, it is a great way of seeing copenhagen. to takes 45 min. and take the cheap ons. it is about 50kr. it is located in Nyhavn. look for nettobådene.
Visit Nyhavn to see the old area of Copenhagen, its a very beautiful area especially from spring to autumn. If you like to see more take the Tour Boats where you can jump on and off and get a great feeling of the city.
This is Copenhagen most charming area with bars/ restaurants and right at the channel. The Metro runs straight to here from Nordhavn - 4 minutes.
Especially during summer, Nyhavn is the perfect place to end a long day. With a cold one on the quay like the locals, or at one of the many restaurants. Originally, Nyhavn was a busy commercial port where ships from all over the world would dock. The area was packed with sailors, ladies of…
One of the most famous place in Copenhagen. You can also sit there and have a coffee or a glass of wine. It is very touristic and expensive but the view is very nice.
Down town Copenhagen you will find Nyhavn - cosy historical harbor with lots of restaurants.
This is an obvious choice and full of tourists but the area around nyhavn is very charming and full of sightseeing gems. Theres pedestrian and bike bridge over to christianshavn.
Do NOT dine at the restaurants here, they are total ripoffs! Just take a stroll and some pictures.
One of the most Iconic scenes in Copenhagen. Walk down Nyhavn and see all the colorful old buildings.
“Famous amusement park in the city center. Worth a trip. Enjoy the garden. if you want to try several of the rides, you should buy an unlimited ride pass (cheaper)”
“One of our most famous tourist attractions is the 1.25 meters tall sculpture of The Little Mermaid at Langelinie Pier. When looking at her, if can seem strange why such a small sculpture is important for us. The sculpture from 1913 is based on the fairy tale of the famous Danish writer, Hans Christian Andersen (HCA) and the sculpture of The Little Mermaid was made by Edvard Eriksen after the Danish brewer Carl Jacobsen (founder of Carlsberg Beer) fell in love with the mermaid character in a ballet based on HCA’s story. The Little Mermaid statue is free to access, and it is a nice walk from Østerport Station to Langelinie (Langeliniekaj 2, 2100 København). If you use the boardwalk (Bryggebroen) to Dybbølsbro Station, you have 4 stops on the S-Train to Østerport. Or you can hop on a canal cruise as most of them sail by The Little Mermaid.”
“Christiania (also called Fristaden or just Staden) is an area in the Christianshavn district of Copenhagen with an area of approx. 34 hectares. In 2010, approx. 630 adults and approx. 130 children with Christian register address at Christiania. Christiania is Copenhagen's fourth largest tourist attraction, which has about half a million visitors a year, but is also characterised by extensive cannabis trade. This place of the city is a must see for foreigners as it is so different from the rest of the city as well as the rest of the world. Here you will find street art, a hippie lifestyle, vegan restaurants and sometimes concerts. It is important to mention that the area is also famous for its 'pusher street' where soft drugs are sold illegally. However, it is completely safe to be there and very family friendly. ”
“This is where Queen Margrethe The 2nd lives. If you're very lucky you might see her out and about in town! I've seen her twice ;)”