Port of Call Information

Port of Call Information

Copenhagen, Denmark


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Copenhagen, Denmark

Overview

The capital of Denmark, Copenhagen is a city full of modernity and natural style with a laid back ambiance. It is a major turnaround port for cruise ships and a launch pad for those ships going to the Baltics or Russia. Visitors will find the city extremely easy to traverse due to excellent urban planning. Most everything is accessible by foot or bike with its compact layout. The city is greatly focused on green and sustainable efforts and is an extremely clean urban center. A new explosion of culinary interest has brought lots of change to the gastronomy culture of the city. There are 15 restaurants with Michelin stars and a focus on farm-to-table efforts. History buffs will also enjoy exploring the many museums and castles. It is also the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen, the famous author of the Little Mermaid and other tales. The city is a charming place that mixes old and new together with a little something that everyone can enjoy. 

Things to Do

Iconic Neighborhoods

  • City Center- A great place to meander through the streets. Vistors can go shopping, touri museums, and walk through several palaces. This is the cultural heart of the city.
  • Meatpacking District- This part of the city has enjoyed a recent revitalization with a growing creative scene and a trendy bent. Go here for great nightlife and top tier restaurants with a wide range of options that foodies will enjoy.
Hotels

STAY Seaport
Address: Murmanskgade 15, 2150 København, Denmark
Phone: +45 70 70 75 86
2 miles from Cruise Terminal

Charlottehaven
Address: Hjørringgade 12C, 2100 København, Denmark
Phone: +45 35 27 15 00
2.5 miles from Cruise Terminal

Activities
  • Visit Amalienborg Palace, the residence of the Queen of Denmark in the city and also the home of the Amalienborg Museum. Four buildings are situated around a square, and only Christian VIII’s palace is open to the public. Take a journey through 150 years of history with a tour through each of the rooms of the palace set up just the way previous rulers left them. Also see crown jewels, rococo architecture, and a large art collection.
  • Enjoy a fun night out on the town in Blågårdsgade. Around Blågårds Square and down Blågårdsgade Street are lots of stylish bars and nightclubs, venues for live music, vegetarian cafes, wine bars, and more. Visitors can find every kind of restaurant serving up a diverse choice of cuisine for every kind of taste. Don’t forget to sample the extremely popular craft beer.
Family Friendly
  • The whole family will enjoy the excitement and thrills of Tivoli Gardens, an inner city theme park. It is the second oldest theme park in the world and attracts visitors of all ages with rides, attractions, and cultural performances. Kids will especially love the marching and music of the Tivoli Boy’s Guard- the children’s counterpart to the Queen’s Royal Guards. The brave can hop onto any number of roller coasters. Couples can also enjoy a romantic setting in the evenings with lamps hanging from trees and cafes for coffee and dessert.
  • Take the kids to the Denmark’s national aquarium. One of the largest in Europe and completely surrounded by water, it gives visitors the feeling of being underwater. Den Blå Planet (The Blue Planet) has an ocean tank filled with giant hammerhead sharks, moral eels, and rays. In another section see 3,000 piranhas and anacondas swimming. With interactive exhibits and games along with incredible architecture, this aquarium is a unique place for kids and parents alike.
Sports

Soccer/Fodbold
Danmarks Fodboldlandshold
Telia Parken: Per Henrik Lings Allé 2, DK-2100 Østerbro, Copenhagen, Denmark

F.C. Copenhagen
Telia Parken: Per Henrik Lings Allé 2, DK-2100 Østerbro, Copenhagen, Denmark

Driving Directions

Copenhagen Ocean Quay
Oceankaj, 2150 Copenhagen, Denmark

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