The harbour in Copenhagen
Copenhagen’s harbour has always played a central role in the city, reflecting its spirit. Once a fishermen’s and merchants’ port, it since evolved int...
The Copenhagen canals are packed with creative and interesting initiatives. From entertaining and wellness experiences to harbour festivities and competitions, the Copenhagen canals offer a little something for everyone wanting to spend time in this part of the city.
Kulturhavn Festival: A festival celebrating Copenhagen Harbour as a cultural, recreative part of the city.
Biohuts: Copenhagen is home to 100 Biohuts - a world record. Biohuts are fish hotels or artificial fish nurseries, which work as a pantry, canteen, and safe haven for small fish. The Biohuts are installed approx. 20-50 centimetres below the surface of the water in locations where no one swims and where they won’t get in contact with boats etc.
Photo:Santiago de la Vega
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