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Inderhavnsbroen

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Inderhavnsbroen

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Nyhavn, Copenhagen 1057 Denmark
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Embark on a royal tour of Scandinavian castles, a cathedral, and the Viking Ship Museum without planning transport or an itinerary. Leave everything to you your guide, allowing you to travel in comfort across the pretty Danish countryside. Ideal for visitors interested in Danish history, this tour provides a great overview of the country’s past from the Viking era through the Renaissance.
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zuv wrote a review Nov 2019
Bucharest, Romania19,483 contributions852 helpful votes
A modern bridge placed at the end of Nyhavn canal.it's a mobile bridge, its middle section can slide to allow ships to pass.Simple but functional.And it appears twice in the Copenhagen things to do list,I don't know why...
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Mikael F wrote a review Aug 2019
Vantaa, Finland16,062 contributions754 helpful votes
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This bridge connects Nyhavn and Christianshavn. It was opened in 2016. It has a special design, as it retracts to let ships pass, and then connects again in a horizontal sliding motion.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Taxidevil wrote a review Dec 2018
Glasgow, United Kingdom2,973 contributions814 helpful votes
When visiting the modern opera house you can easily walk across the modern bridge rather than take the ferry. Bikes and pedestrians have separate areas.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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westy54 wrote a review Nov 2018
Sydney, Australia6,190 contributions810 helpful votes
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This bridge, which opened in 2016, is approximately 180 metres long and through a very unique design, draws apart (rather than lifts up into the air) to allow boats to go through the middle of it. It certainly shortens the time previously taken to get to Christianshaven, the Opera House and everything else on that side of the harbour on foot. It is though very busy, particularly after it reopens from allowing boats through, when it can be like the charge of the light brigade.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Nedelakttraveler wrote a review Aug 2018
Salmon Arm, Canada659 contributions129 helpful votes
Was a way to bypass busy Nyhavn and get to waterfront sooner. Bridge itself can be bust and congested. Bridge also by itself is nice and has some nice architecture. Bike friendly.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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