- Address: Nyhavn 71, 1051 København K, Denmark, Copenhagen
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Waterfront, Cafe, Restaurant, Family And Kids, Neighborhoods , Harbour
Nyhavn - Review
This beautiful and historic waterway is a tourist favorite. It’s said to have been a favorite haunt of Hans Chritian Anderson. Today, it’s colorful, centuries old buildings, quaint boats, harbour and restaurant give a good feel of what a traditional seafaring neighborhood looks like. There are heaps of cafes where you can just sit down and people watch. In the evening, the place gets very romantic. Its quiet, yet festive; a unique Copenhagen neighborhood. If you feel like it, take the canal cruise for about EUR 7.50, which comes highly recommended.
How To reach Nyhavn by Public Transport
- Kongens Nytorv station
- Tolbogade Road
Restaurants Near Nyhavn
- Kokkeriet – Danish
- Restaurant Radio – Scandinavian
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Things to Know Before Visiting Nyhavn
92.97% of people who visit Copenhagen include Nyhavn in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
45.1% of people start their Nyhavn visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Nyhavn
51.49% of people prefer walking in order to reach Nyhavn
Nyhavn, Copenhagen Reviews
Colorful and beautiful! We went in Winter but enjoyed every moment of our visiting this place. The chilled wind could not stop us walking around and explore this place and the nearby ones. Would love to go there again but definitely in Summer!
One of the most pleasant areas to spend some time while in Copenhagen. There's food, drink, water rides, people watching, shopping, and art taking place. Don't miss this area!!!
One of the most picturesque areas of any city i have ever been to. Tonnes of bars, cafes and restaurants envelope this colourful little 'nook' of Copenhagen.
This is a very bad hotel. First they took over DKK 2,195.00 deposit. When I came to check out they said that my room was already paid for. Out of honesty I said it wasn't paid for because I had not. I then insisted to pay the room and then they held my deposit for over a week. And now they are asking me why I checked out from a different room? Gosh avoid that hotel
Lovely waterfront walkway lined with lots of wonderful colourful buildings. Nice sail boats allong the way and plenty of nice coffee shops and restaurants.