Jump in the clean harbour
Harbour bath Sluseholmen is a small but beautifully designed area with swimming facilities in the southern part of Copenhagen’s harbour.
Sydhavnen is a less trodden path in Copenhagen and a neighbourhood that mixes nature, an architectural boom and authentic harbour-side living on the edge of the city.
Sydhavnstippen in Copenhagen's Sydhavn neighbourhood is a vast green area where alpacas roam and nature meets city. Photo:Wonderful Copenhagen
Head south along the Copenhagen harbour and you’ll find yourself in Sydhavnen, one of the new, upcoming neighbourhoods on the Copenhagen map. This former fishing area is experiencing an architectural boom and should be your go-to-place for waterside experiences off the beaten track – and for visiting the city’s fluffy ambassadors.
Besides enjoying the water, nature and soaking up the ambience which is unique to the city, here are a couple of things you could do in Sydhavnen.
Every visit to a new neighbourhood requires something good to drink and a warm coffee or cold beer depending on the weather.
This part of town is not packed with hotels, but these are good and located close to Vesterbro, Amager and the city centre too.
Moxy Copenhagen SydhavnenExperience the intersection between the old and the new in hip Sydhavnen in Copenhagen. Moxy Hotels offers a different kind of hotel experience with the soul of a boutique hotel and the atmosphere of a hostel. Moxy is a lifestyle hotel that is made for travelers ...
Scandic Sydhavnen is a hotel with a rustic and edged design – combined with warm and personal hospitality.It's a place you can feel at home and appreciated. The hotel has an ideal location close to Copenhagen city centre, 10 minutes by car to Copenhagen Airport, easy access to the motorw...