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Home > Порт "Copenhagen, Denmark"
Copenhagen Port is a major cruise port in Northern Europe and one of the most popular departure ports for the Baltic Sea routes.
Port address: Containervej 9, P.O. Box 900, Copenhagen, DK-2150 Nordhavn, Copenhagen.
Terminals: Cruise ships can dock at Langelinie, Frihavnen or Nordre Toldbod, as well as the new Ocean Quay cruise terminal. Copenhagen has many opportunities for cruise ship docking
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From port to city
- Copenhagen's transit system consists of bus, S-Tog (commuter rail) and metro networks.
- The closest S-Tog stations are Nordhavn for Freeport Terminal / Oceankaj and Osterport for Langelinie pier. For Langelini Pier, bus 26 from Central Station (Vesterbroade St) goes to Langelini with less frequent service on Sundays.
- Bus lines 25 and 27 serve the cruise terminal area of ​​Oceankaj. These buses are standard city buses and do not have trunks.
Copenhagen Airport to Port
- The best way to order a transfer from the manager of Fort Gates Ukraine (155 Euro / 1-3 passengers).
- You can also book a group transfer from the cruise company with the manager of For Gates Ukraine.
- You can take a taxi.
- The fastest and easiest option is to take the metro or train from Copenhagen Airport to Copenhagen city center and then take a bus or walk.
Tivoli Park. Such is the fame of this theme park that some people come to Copenhagen just to visit the Tivoli Gardens. And even if you are not in the mood for a roller coaster or carousel, this is an unforgettable stroll thanks to the romantic views of the 19th century East.
The little Mermaid. This instantly recognizable statue sitting on a cliff next to Langelini's promenade is by far the city's most famous landmark, sculptor Edward Eriksen created the mermaid in 1913 as a tribute to author Hans Christian Andersen and is inspired by Andersen's eponymous tale.
Nyhavn (New Harbor). This historic promenade sits next to the 17th century canal, where old wooden ships still dock, and on both sides of the canal are tall, painted houses dating from the 1600s and 1700s, on the ground floors of which are bars, restaurants and cafes with seating. outdoor recreation.
National Museum. This is a landmark where you can lose hours without even realizing it, and has a wonderful array of artifacts from all eras of Denmark's past.
Christiansborg. Located on Slotsholmen Island, Christiansborg contains the Danish Supreme Court, the Office of the Prime Minister and the Danish Parliament. The Danish Royal Family and the Prime Minister also use the palace's ornate reception rooms for official events and the reception of other heads of state.
Botanical Garden. Covering 10 hectares right in the center of Copenhagen, these gardens are prized not only for their botanical wealth, but also for the stately iron and glass structures in which they are found. The greenhouses date back to the 1870s, and the most impressive of these is the conservatory, built in 1874.
Rosenborg Castle. Built by Christian IV in the early 1600s, his long reign and participation in the Thirty Years' War that engulfed continental Europe made it one of the most famous Scandinavian kings. The interiors of this sumptuous palace have remained almost unchanged over the centuries and are decorated with historic tapestries. depicting conflicts between Denmark and Sweden.
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