Inderhavnsbroen
Inderhavnsbroen
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Neighborhood: Indre By (Inner City)
This is the heart of old town Copenhagen, with its blend of charming old buildings and bold new architecture, broad avenues and tiny streets as well as picturesque canals and a modern harbor. The inner city is home to the Royal Danish Theatre, which consists of three buildings, two of which are new and situated on the harbor front. The streets, squares and venues of the inner city and its surrounding neighborhoods, are alive all year round with everything from jazz festivals to outdoor ice skating rinks and parachuting at the lakes right in the center of the city. This compact area boasts beautiful old castles, tranquil parks, and bustling squares where you can always find a bench to stretch out your legs whenever you need a break.
How to get there
  • Kongens Nytorv • 5 min walk
  • Christianshavn • 7 min walk

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PushExplore
Singapore, Singapore4,821 contributions
Jun 2018 • Family
Walking across the Inderhavnsbroen bridge was nice since we were in Nyhavn and there were quite a lot of people on the foot exploring the area. We had just had a wonderful boat ride so we decided to walk around and explore. It was worth it, getting to explore some different sights across he bridge.
Written September 2, 2018
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Nils
Copenhagen, Denmark315 contributions
Sep 2016 • Friends
I can begin to count the number of times the opening of this bridge has been postponed. Even when it finally opened, some weeks ago, it was haunted by trouble. But now it's here and it's working. It's sliding construction is quite novel and has been the cause of most of the delays. It was needed for pedestrians and cyclists for getting between these important parts oft the harbour easier. Is it worth the price? Hard to say. The A.P. Moller foundation gave DKK 165.000.000 towards it's construction back in 2006, since then the estimated price has almost doubled. But it is a fine piece of engineering. The bridge is open 24/7, for cyclists and pedestrians only.
Written October 11, 2016
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zuv
Bucharest, Romania27,166 contributions
Oct 2019
A pedestrian bridge that you can find at the end of Nyhavn canal. It’s a mobile bridge, with unusual architecture. It’s center section can split in two halves to allow the ships to pass. If you cross it you will reach the Christianshavn district. A graceful arch over the canal but I wouldn’t include it in the list of must see landmarks.
Written November 18, 2019
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Gone Walkabout
Tonsberg, Norway563 contributions
May 2017 • Solo
I nice bridge crossing the water from the opera house side over to Nyhavn. What I crossed here it was people performing and it was a nice place to walk slowly and look at the city life. Great view of the harbour
Written June 3, 2017
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Robert Q
Salt Lake City, UT360 contributions
Oct 2016 • Couples
Though not apparent at first glance, this is in fact a "draw bridge". The bridge retracts back upon it's self rather than lifts. It connects the two haves of the tourist district of the city. Just be aware of the bicycles, they are ruthless if you stray into their clearly marked lane.
Written November 22, 2016
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dbinhou7511
Houston, TX1,646 contributions
Jul 2022
Interesting cyclist and pedestrian bridge that can split apart for ships to pass if needed. Helps provide a connection across parts of Copenhagen.
Written January 23, 2023
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JRAsFishBabe
Calgary, Canada1,884 contributions
Jun 2019
Nyhavn, a rough and tumble waterfront area dating back to the 17th century and now turned into a colourful restaurant and entertainment area, has much to offer. It's colourful, historical buildings, the oldest dates back to 1681, has hosted some of Denmark's finest, one Hans Christian Andersen in particular. The Nyhavn side of the harbour also gives you access to a lot of the Copenhagen sights-to-see as well. This is not to say that you should ignore the Christianshavn side of the harbour. The opening of the Inderhavnsbroen in 2016, a modern pedestrian/bicycle bridge, allows you easy access to cross over the inner harbour. You can enjoy the treats and colourfulness of Nyhavn and with an easy wander, cross over to Christianshavn. Christianshavn, dating back to the 17th century, is primarily a residential area. Today, it also serves as the headquarters for some notable companies like Nordea. Some government and cultural institutions, such as the Copenhagen Opera house are also located here. It is the home of many historical buildings and churches, like the Church of our Saviour, the church with the spiral tower. And of course, home to Christiania. There are many restaurants to be found here as well, most notably, the Restaurant Noma. Also, just as you cross over from Nyhavn, you will come to a collection of outdoor eateries in what is called Broen's Gadekokken. Here you can sit, eat, relax and enjoy a visit while you enjoy the sights and sounds of the harbour! A little further on you will come to a fine coffee and wine bar called The Corner. They can offer a fine cup of specialty coffee and a fine treat to enjoy along side of it. The Corner is part of the Restaurant 108, which is a Michelin restaurant, both of which are located in the same building.
The Inderhavnsbroen gives you a chance to enjoy many sites and "scenes", you just might have to stick around for a while!
Written October 11, 2019
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weeezoo
Woking, UK572 contributions
Sep 2019 • Couples
It's a cycle and pedestrian bridge with a difference. It's operable for large ships to pass like many bridges in Copenhagen. Be careful of the right side to use as one side is uses for cyclist and the other by pedestrians.
Written September 5, 2019
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Warby
Bicester, UK3,788 contributions
Aug 2019 • Solo
Understand New and it looks it. Fits well to the surroundings which are very attractive. Popular area and great for a stroll
Written August 28, 2019
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31HomeGames
Charlotte, NC1,488 contributions
May 2019 • Couples
Inderhavnsbroen is a new bridge which opened in 2016, connecting Nyhavn on the west side of the river to Christianshavn on the east. It has an innovative sliding design that opens the bridge for boats to pass by. But the bridge is really of most interest when it is open to foot traffic. The bridge is available to pedestrians and bicycles only (no cars) and, thankfully, has separate lanes for each. The bridge is in a good location, making easily available the delights of Christianshavn to those exploring Nyhavn. It’s well worth wandering across to bridge for a lovely stroll along the canal on the Christianshavn side and, my favorite, climbing the exterior stairs of Our Saviour’s Church.
Written June 19, 2019
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