A narrow port full of beautiful ships from the old times, lined by rows of colourful buildings. Established by King Christian V, the port is now considered an iconic sight of the city.
The port in its prime was a busy commercial centre as well as a place where the sailors would enjoy the precious moments on steady ground. And there were many bars and pubs which provided a perfect place to celebrate their safe return from the sea.
Nowadays, people also like to gather here, but the atmosphere is more peaceful than three hundred years ago. Come and see for yourself!
Address Nyhavn, 1057 Copenhagen, Denmark
Coordinates 55°40'47.022" N 12°35'27.265" E