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This is the Langelinie cruise dock in Copenhagen. Cruise ships can dock at several locations in town. Read all about where your ship can dock in the full Copenhagen cruise port guide here.
During the summer, Nyhavn is the perfect place to enjoy a nice cold beer. Nyhavn means New Haven, although it is the old harbour of Copenhagen. There are lots of things to do here. Hop on a canal tour here, go for that beer, check out the street artists or find out the history behind all the buildings.
This massive church is also known as the Marble Church. Its construction lasted for 150 years, but the result is one of the most beautiful churches in the country. Its copper green dome is the 4th largest in the world.
Frederiksgade 4, 1265 København, Denmark
What the Eiffel tower is for Paris is what the Little Mermaid is for Copenhagen. She comes straight out of the story of Hans Christian Andersen. The statue was a present from Carlsberg Breweries in 1913. This is the manditory photo stop in Copenhagen.
Langelinie, 2100 København Ø, Denmark
This is one of the most famous attractions of Copenhagen. It is the 2nd oldest amusement park in the world. When it opened in 1843 it was an instant succes. Today you will find 26 rides, gardens of different types, a china town, aquariums and the inspiration for the Disney palace here. Take bus 26 from the cruise docking spot (depending on where you dock) to Tivoli gardens.
Vesterbrogade 3, 1630 København V, Denmark
Visit the famous freetown of Copenhagen. In 1971 a small group of people took over the military backs and attempt to create they utopia. 2 generations later those idealist are still here defending their believes and to live their lives on their terms. For this location goes: You love it or you hate. One thing is for sure: if you are looking for hippy style this is the place to go to. You’ll find Christiania at the east part of the city. Best way to get there is by metro. Step off at Christianshavn station.
Freetown Christiania. Copenhagen
In the centre of Copenhagen you will find the 10 hectare large botanical gardens. The garden has 27 glasshouses of which the eyecatcher is the glasshouse from 1874. You’ll find over 13.000 species in the garden in different sections.
Øster Farimagsgade 2C, 1353 København K, Denmark
In the city centre of Copenhagen we find Christiansborg Castle. See map above for its exact location. This is the seat of the Danish Parliament, the Prime Minister’s office and Supreme Court.
Prins Jørgens Gård 1, 1218 København, Denmark
This is one of the tallest buildings in Copenhagen. There are about 300 steps from the ground level to the top where you can enjoy one of the best panoramic views of Copenhagen. If you want you can also take a guided tour in city hall and learn about Copenhagen’s history. You’ll find city hall in the city centre. See map above for its exact location. You can take public bus 26 from the cruise terminal.
Rådhuspladsen 1, 1599 København, Denmark
This is the largest cultural and historical museum of Denmark and therefore it is seen as one of the most important. The museum takes you through times gone by with exhibitions about vikings, Egyptian mummies and Christiania.
Prince's Mansion, Ny Vestergade 10, 1471 København K, Denmark
Fan of Danish design? Don’t miss the Design Museum. Their main exhibitions are print, drawings, poster, fashion and textiles
Bredgade 68, 1260 København, Denmark
The Glyptotek is the most famous museum of Copenhagen. Any lover of art should visit this museum. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek was founded in 1888 by the brewer Carl Jacobsen. It offers a unique combination of ancient and modern art in an impressive architectural surrounding. Glyptotek is in the centre of Copenhagen.
Dantes Plads 7, 1556 København, Denmark