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Exploring Nyhavn

Nyhavn is the perfect place to head over in the evening, after the sun has set. Originally a busy commercial port in the past, today the waterfront is full with great bars and restaurants. You can choose to grab a beer and relax by the canal, head over to one of the many bars and listen to great music. If you visit during Christmas, you can enjoy the Danish delicacies that are offered at the cafes and restaurants, and expereince the Christmas market that is held annually.


Accommodations near Nyhavn

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Copenhagen is the City View Apartment Copenhagen, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Hotel D'Angleterre in Copenhagen as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Nyhavn

- Charlottenborg Palace


The Charlottenborg Palace is a old masion that served as the residence for Ulrik Frederik Gyldenløve in the past. It served as the base of the Royal Danish Academy of FIne Arts, and today it is also home of Kunsthal Charlottenborg, one of the largest exhibition spaces for contemporary art in Europe. In addition to the exhibitions, the Kunsthal Charlottenborg also hosts artist talks, performances, concerts and video screenings.


- Frederik's Church


Known as The Marble Church, it is a classic landmark in Copenhagen easily recognized by its green dome. This beautiful church was presided by King Frederik V the foundation stone was laid in 1749 as part of a grand plan of making a new city district called Frederiksstaden. Today, the church room is open to the public and is also a popular place to be married.a


Transportation near Nyhavn

Copenhagen is the perfect place to get around on foot. The majority of the city centre is pedestrianised and most of the main sights are within a short walking distance from the city centre itself. If you don't feel like walking, then certainly make use of the efficient public transit system which encompasses the metro, rail, bus and ferry network.


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