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From: ms Rotterdam Cruise Review

Copenhagen Langelinie and DFDS terminal

Copenhagen, Denmark

Less than two hours after leaving Helsingborg, ms Rotterdam arrived in Copenhagen, Denmark for an overnight stay.

We'd been expecting to moor in Frihavnen, the less central of Copenhagen's two cruise harbors, but at the last minute the ship was sent to the more convenient Langelinie Quay instead. (Until a few years ago, Langelinie--which opened in 1894--was Copenhagen's only cruise pier. Water alongide the quay is deep enough for even the largest cruise ships.)

In the photo above, you can see Langelinie in the foreground, with Fred. Olsen Line's Boudicca tied up at left. The city center is in the distance. On the right is the DFDS Seaways terminal, where ferries provide overnight service between Copenhagen and Oslo.

  • Note: In this photo gallery, we'll give advice on reaching the city center from Langelinie and other Copenhagen travel topics. For more information, see our Copenhagen City Guide.

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