This is a pretty busy but fun place to walk around. There are lots of nice, little cafes and restaurants here too but this is a pricy area even for Copenhagen. If it is a sunny day getting some phot...
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Went around Christmas time last year and the complete area was amazingly full with people from across the world. Colors, Lights and Christmas celebrations/decorations were all around. Enjoyed the pan...
This iconic area doesn’t have much to do other than take a very picturesque walk along and stop for a beer or snack on the way through to somewhere else. We came here everyday - it’s like the Eiffel T...
Sunset in Copenhagen at 5pm lol The daytime was too short:( We will visit there in summer if we have a chance! #copenhagen #denmark #colourful
Copenhagen is an extremely family friendly city full of museums, cute restaurants, colourful streets, and pretty scenery. Rent a bike and ride along the canals as a family before stopping for a fun snack. We loved the vibrant buildings in Nyhavn where the canal is lined with mouthwatering restaurants and pretty boats. Our kids couldn't get enough of the famous chocolate covered waffles and we loved sitting outdoors for a refreshing drink. After a pretty walk along the water we came across the original The Little Mermaid Statue which was the ideal spot to snap a few memorable photos. Make sure to head to Torvehallerne to explore the local food stalls serving delicious fare and visit one of the many epic playgrounds perfect for little ones to jump, climb, and play with locals. A truly beautiful and safe city that is extremely child friendly and fun.
Nyhavn is a waterfront, canal and entertainment district built in 1670 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Lined with shining colored 17th and 18th century townhouses and bars, cafes and restaurants, Nyhavn spans from Kongens Nytorv to the harbour front just south of the Royal Playhouse. Nyhavn is a well known tourist destination in addition to being a popular area for locals. The cafes, bars, and restaurants attract many visitors particularly in the summer. Nyhavn is also known for being the former home of the fairy-tale writer Hans Christian Andersen. Nyhavn can be toured by taking a boat through the canals or by strolling along the waterfront.