The blue and yellow harbour buses are a great means of transportation and a cheap alternative to the official canal tours. For the price of a normal bus ticket, you can get from the Royal Library (Black Diamond) in one end of the harbour to The Little Mermaid in the other end, passing the idyllic…
At Sluseholmen, just after crossing the bridge, you can buy pizza, icecream, sushi and coffee.
“Lovely place with small street kitchens, bar, beach and music in the evening. www.teglvaerket.nu”
“Cosy little coffee boat, serve simple food/snack and good coffee. Experience the authentic sourthern habour of Copenhagen. Combine with a walk along the habour to central Cph ”
“Free of charge. Facilities Exercise Bassin. Depth: 3-5m Jumping bridge 1.5 and 3m height Youth Bassin. Depth: 1.1m Children's pool. Depth: 0–0.3m Public toilets”
“Discover the green at close range. Here are bird sanctuaries and free nature”
“REFFEN: In the last few years "Copenhagen Street Food" at Papirøen has been copenhageners favourite place to go and eat. It was a big indoor street food market with food from all over the world. Unfortunately we write "was" because the place had to be closed down due to stupid city planning. Luckily the place WILL OPEN AGAIN IN MAY 2018 as "Reffen" at a new site a little further north at Refshalevej 167. The quality wasn't allways great but it was allways great to sit outside at the long tables just by the harbour ...and hopefully the new place will offer the same :-)”