Momboisse Family Adventures Baltic Sea- Copenhagen, Denmark

Momboisse Family Adventures Baltic Sea- Copenhagen, Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark (B)

Today the Norwegian Sun pulled into Freeport Copenhagen. We said goodbye to the Øresund Bridge and the windmills, disembarked quickly and were transported by bus to the Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers Hotel an ultra modern, stark, and meticulously clean hotel across from the Øresund subway station. 

We left our luggage and set off for our last day in Scandinavia and our last opportunity to see Copenhagen. The plan was to cover the area we had not seen on our first day in port (about 5 miles of walking). 

The Crowne Plaza is six metro stops from Kongens Nytorv the center of the old town. Architecture passed while traveling on the ultra modern, driver-less metro, were mega modern, hotels and apartments.

The Danes outside the old city, live in small square box apartments, perfectly fit with optimal use of space into large square cube buildings.

We exited at Kongens Nytrov metro station and it is a short walk across Kongens Square to Nyhavn. The Netto-Baden Canal trip left from Nyhavn for a one hour trip through the old canals around the center of town. This was a good way to reorient ourselves with the main sights. Once we left the canal boat we were on our own to navigate with only a few landmarks as visual guides. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Momboisse Family Adventures Baltic Sea- Copenhagen, Denmark
Guide Location: Denmark » Copenhagen
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Lynn Momboisse
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers Hotel
  • Kongens Square
  • Kongens Nytrov metro station
  • Nyhavn
  • Holmes Canal
  • Inderhaven
  • Christianshavn Canal
  • Christiansborg Palace
  • Strøget
  • Østergade
  • Guinness World Records Museum
  • Amagertorv
  • Stork Fountain
  • Vimmelskaftet
  • Nygade
  • Gammeltorv
  • Caritas (Charity) Fountain
  • Frederiksberggade
  • Lure Blowers sculpture
  • Rådhuspladsen
  • Tivoli Gardens
  • Palace Hotel
  • Glyptotek
  • Danish Parliament
  • Gothic style Børsen
  • Torvegade Bridge
  • Christianhavn metro
  • Dronningensgade
  • Vor Frelsers Kirke
  • Princessegade
  • Freetown Christiani
  • Pusher Street

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