About Copenhagen, Denmark
Denmark's lively capital is a fascinating city full of contrast and surprising treasures - from historic royal sites to stunning modern design and architecture. This very cosmopolitan metropolis still manages to maintain a small village charm. In Copenhagen, the pace of life seems unhurried and the activity along the canals maintains a leisure tempo. Bicycles glide alongside motorized vehicles in an unhurried fashion, pedestrians stroll the expansive streets and outdoor cafés abound.
The friendly port city of Copenhagen offers plenty to see and do. You will soon discover that one of the great joys of visiting Copenhagen is that most of its main sights and attractions can be seen on foot. Don’t forget to pay a visit to Copenhagen's most famous daughter, the Little Mermaid who lives just a short walk from the city centre by the sea at Langelinie.
From lingering memories of the tales of Hans Christian Andersen to the colored lights of Tivoli Gardens and the genuine warmth of the Danish people, enchantment surrounds Copenhagen and all who visit.
About Port of Copenhagen
Cruise ships dock at Langelinie Pier and the Freeport Cruise Terminal. Langelinie Pier is within walking distance to the city center. While Freeport Cruise Terminal isn’t walking distance from the major sites, there are still plenty of ways to get there quickly.
Flying to Copenhagen to embark on your cruise? Copenhagen Airport is only 6 miles (9 km) from the city center, ensuring that you’ll have plenty of time for pre or post cruise options.
The Little Mermaid
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