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Cruises from Copenhagen depart from late spring through early fall.
Copenhagen is the lively capital city of Denmark with storybook charm. Tourists will want to view the Little Mermaid statue, inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale; visit Tivoli Gardens, the world-famous amusement park; and witness the changing of the guard at 18th-century Amalienborg Palace, home of the Danish royal family. Another palace of note is the grand Christiansborg Palace, located on the island of Slotsholmen atop ruins of a castle from 1167. Now a government building, the palace hosts the Danish Parliament, the Supreme Court and the queen’s throne room. Many excursions feature these major attractions as well as the Royal Danish Opera and Kronborg Castle, the setting of Shakespeare’s “Hamlet.” Other outings explore Copenhagen’s canals and bustling harbor by boat or kayak, or head to Dragor, a charming fishing village with winding cobblestone streets and seaside restaurants.
Driving Directions and Parking Information
Copenhagen Langelinie Pier
Getting from Copenhagen Airport to Langelinie or Nordre Toldbod by metro and train:
Oceankaj (Ocean Quay)
From Copenhagen Airport: Get on E20 and continue to København S, København. Take exit 20-København C from E20. Continue on Sjællandsbroen to København SV. Follow O2 to Sundkrogsgade. Continue on Sundkrogsgade. Take Baltikavej and Oceanvej to Oceankaj in Nordhavn. Getting from Copenhagen Airport to Oceankaj/quay by metro and train: Take the Metro from Copenhagen Airport to Nørreport Station. Change to S-train A, B, C or E-line and take the train 2 stops to Nordhavn Station. From here there is a 45-minute walk to Oceankaj. There is extremely limited public transportation to get to Oceankaj/quay, however the No:26 local tourist bus does run through the port area.