“Summer 2010 was our Scandinavian road trip year, Copenhagen was our last stop and it was really worth it. Per and Yaba have the most amazing ferry to exchange where every second of your stay will be an experience with the light, the boat traffic, the life in the harbour... They also are the most friendly hosts.”
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Next to Nordatlantens Brygge Next to no 1 rated restaurant in the world NOMA Next to a lot of beautiful boats. And a public Ferry transporting you to the very centre of Copenhagen in 5 minutes.
From the tourist guide:
Christianshavn is a trendy part of the city with its own unique personality. Businessmen, artists, yuppies, hippies and traditional families with children live side-by-side among cool cafes, Michelin-starred restaurants and charming 19-century houses along picturesque canals. Christianshavn is at once a small town and a big city. And since the opening of the underground Metro Station at Christianshavns Square, it has become quick and easy to reach. ... Some of the most atmospheric streets in Christianshavn are those that run along the canal. Christianshavn's Canal functions as a community garden park for the residents from the adjoining streets.
Holmen is a former military area, but when the navy pulled out in 1996, this big scenic area was opened to the public. The main entrance is at the end of Prinsessegade on Christianshavn. Another way to get to Holmen is to go by boat with the canal tours from Nyhavn or Gammel Strand. The big rigging-tower, a stone construction with a copper roof dating from 1749, is the landmark of Holmen and a part of the Copenhagen skyline. The Navy has resided on Holmen since 1690. Gunshots still thunder from Sixtus Batteriet at sunset and dawn. Cultural activities and artists have also moved into Holmen with the four art schools located there. It's nice to sometimes get away from the noise and stress of the big city. ! Try the restaurants along the harbour. Near the water, it is cool even on the hottest days. And from here you have a magnificent view over Amalienborg and Marmorkirken.
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