Danish destinations

See more of Denmark's excellent harbours and port cities. Cruise Copenhagen Network has partnered with the following ports. Each has something interesting and unusual to offer the adventurous cruise guest.

Cruise lines in Denmark

Ports of Copenhagen, Cruise lines in Denmark, Christmas cruises and much more. Here is all you need to know.

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Port of Copenhagen

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In 2012 the Port of Copenhagen had a total of 375 cruise calls and 173 turnarounds. 75 cruise ships, 38 cruise lines and 840,000 cruise guests visited Copenhagen last year, resulting in an annual growth rate of 10% since 2000.

Copenhagen makes a convenient base for cruises to the Baltic countries and their capitals, including Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga, Stockholm and St. Petersburg. It is also an excellent departure point for cruises along Norway's west coast to the North Cape and the midnight sun. Recently, Copenhagen has become a preferred embarkation point for cruises to the British and North Atlantic Isles such as Greenland and Iceland.

Cruise lines choose Copenhagen as their home port because of its clean, safe and highly efficient infrastructure and facilities. The main passenger piers, Langelinie and the Freeport Terminal, are just five-10 minutes from the city center and 20-25 minutes from Copenhagen Airport by taxi or bus. 

The Port of Copenhagen works closely with cruise lines, authorities, tourism organisations and destination management companies to develop its cruise services and facilities. Thanks to our efficiency and world-class service, international travel agents named Copenhagen as Europe's Leading Cruise Destination five years in a row from 2004.