Nordhavn already offers a range of experiences, even before the process is fully underway. Feel the fresh breeze from the Sound while taking a walk, watch the port operations and containers, visit a café or restaurant in the almost completed Kalkbrænderihavn or discover the fishing harbour's charming, self-developed environment.

1. Fiskerihavnen 

Copenhagen Port (now CPH City & Port Development) moved the former Skudehavn and the fishing harbour here in 1995.



2. Copenhagen's Fisketorv

Fisketorv, designed by Kieler Architects A/S. Fisketorv has replaced the old fish market at the bottom of Gasværkshavn in Sydhavn, which has been converted to a shopping centre.

3. The ØTC-hall

The tunnel elements for the Øresund link were cast and shipped from the factory, which was built for this purpose.

4. The Dock 

The dock offers panoramic views over Øresund and of the sunset over Hellerup. The crane used to lower the film character Egon Olsen into the harbour is also located here. The dock is used as the backdrop for theatre, product launches, trade shows, corporate events and concerts. Kulturkajen Docken consists of a large hall without any columns and with capacity for over 1,000 people. It also has a smaller conference and dining room for 2-300 people.

5. Svanemøllehavnen

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6. Kalkbrænderihavnen

The area was mainly urbanized in 1999-2005. The notable buildings here include Paustian's Møbelhus (1987). CPH City & Port Development was the builder for the tall, greenish building (Bisca et al.).

7. CMP's headquarters 

The Danish-Swedish port company, Copenhagen Malmö Port AB (CMP), of which CPH City & Port Development is the Danish owner, is headquartered here.

8. The car terminal

A number of car brands arrive in Zealand via the Port of Copenhagen. SkandiaTransport operates preparation work.


9. Container Terminal

Most of the containers intended for Zealand, typically with import goods, are unloaded from feeder vessels at the Container Terminal.

10. "Dronningehallen"

The current cruise ship terminal for cruise ships changing passengers in Copenhagen.


11. The Århusgade quarter

Current free port area and future urban development area. Follow the transformation and possibly find your new home?

12. FN-Byen Campus II - UNICEF

The UN organization's global-hub warehouse for emergency relief supplies. 

13. DFDS Terminal

New terminal built by Københavns Havn A/S. Inaugurated in 2004. Passenger traffic to Norway and Poland.   13. DFDS Terminal

New terminal built by Københavns Havn A/S. Inaugurated in 2004. Passenger traffic to Norway and Poland. 

14. FN-Byen Campus I

A striking, star-shaped building, which is located at the entrance to Copenhagen harbour and which houses 8 UN organisations.

15. The cruise ship terminal

Copenhagen will soon have a new cruise ship wharf in Nordhavn. From early summer 2014, the terminal will be ready to accommodate three large cruise ships at a time.