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Best things to do in Sluseholmen

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Pool
“Free of charge. Facilities Exercise Bassin. Depth: 3-5m Jumping bridge 1.5 and 3m height Youth Bassin. Depth: 1.1m Children's pool. Depth: 0–0.3m Public toilets”
35local recommendations
Coffee Shop
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“This local Coffee shop serves splendid coffee to the residents of Sluseholmen. Bring it To-go or enjoy a view over the channels with a salad, sandwich or Danish pastry. The perefct place for your morning coffee! ”
23local recommendations
Restaurant
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“Floating restaurant with focus on urban farming and local, organic food. You eat your dinner inside a floating houseboat. Here they serve food made from fresh and organic ingredients, and during the summer you can eat your dinner outside on the deck.”
18local recommendations
Sushi Restaurant
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“Sushi takeaway. Can also eat there. Sushi is popular but very expensive in Denmark, so be warned. A cheaper takeaway option is the pizza shop a few doors down.”
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Café
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“opened 11-22 all days but Sunday it offers traditional Danish food in a cozy atmosphere.”
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Building
“The blue and yellow harbour buses are a great means of transportation and a cheap alternative to the official canal tours. For the price of a normal bus ticket, you can get from the Royal Library (Black Diamond) in one end of the harbour to The Little Mermaid in the other end, passing the idyllic district Christianshavn, Nyhavn and the Royal Opera House on its way to Nordre Toldbod. ”
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Route
“Go to Nokken for a swim along a beach situated in front of urban summerhouses and a wild grassy meadow. There is a bikepath that goes through and it will give a view of the city from another perspective. ”
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Establishment
“Spacious Coffee Shop with a very nice interior library design. Nice Danish pastry. Recommended for breakfast!”
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Restaurant
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Climbing Gym
“Cool bouldering (indoor climbing) area with shoe rental and cosy cafe. Come here to climb, practise your balance on the slacklines or have a go at testing your strength on the fingerboards. Or just to admire the pro climbers doing their thing”
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Harbour / Marina
“Charming bohemian area with house boats and self build houses. Some of the community houses offer lunch, coffee etc. ”
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Route
“Water Bus stop - 3 minutes walk from the flat by the bridge. Leaves every half an hour from 6.30-21.30”
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Route
“The Harbor bus line, shuttle service between Sluseholmen, Nyhavn and the Opera. Take the harbourbus from here to the city center. You can bring bikes for free. You can use the app " Mobilbillletter" to buy tickets”
5local recommendations
Route
“Bus 14 and bus 30 terminates all the time to city central and central station.”
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Transit Station
“This is the place where you can get the waterferry which will take you straight to the city centre (Nyhavn) or the street-food market at Refshaleøen. The ferry trip itself is highly recommendable and somewhat of a sightseeing in itself. All that for the price of a regular busticket. The waterferry is by far my favorite way of public transport in Copenhagen”
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Sublocality
“In the area around Fælledvej there are lots of bars and cafes to have a drink or an all nighter. ”
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