The Harbour Circle offers 13 km of waterside experiences.
Along the Harbour Circle you’ll find landmark architecture, rickety houseboats, harbour baths and waterside living. It’s an area of great contrast, allowing you to explore everything that makes Copenhagen such a liveable city.
The Harbour Circle lets you experience a port city in dynamic development – a unique waterside adventure in the heart of the city.
You can now walk, run and cycle around Copenhagen Harbour.
The route stretches along both sides of the harbour from Nyhavn in the north to Sluseløbet in the south and is interconnected by five bridges for cyclists and pedestrians: Inderhavnsbroen, Cirkelbroen, Bryggebroen, Belvederebroen and Slusen.
The Harbour Circle brings you through 12 unique areas, on a route which totals 13 km, but you can also experience the route along 4, 7 and 2 km subsections.
Download the Harbour Circle cycle map and explore the many experiences along the route – on a hike, brisk run, by pedal power or with the waterbus.
As an architectural pearl, Copenhagen's Opera House is located just by the harbour canal.
Enjoy great experiences and learn more about architecture, active sports, urban nature, gastronomy and climate change adaptation along Copenhagen's Harbour Circle route.
Discover the Harbour Circle on two wheels with this detailed bike map.
Almost everyone is biking around in Copenhagen. If you want to try to live like a real copenhagener you can rent and experience the city on to wheels.