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The land of the Little Mermaid, Vikings, and fine-dining, there’s no better way to explore Denmark than with a cruise.

Copenhagen cruise ports offer a gateway into the astonishingly beautiful capital, with iconic gothic architecture alongside more modern designs visible as soon as you reach the waterside neighbourhood of Nordre Toldbod.

With a Newmarket Holidays Denmark cruise you’ll get the opportunity to explore the city of Copenhagen in all its glory, as well as plenty of other gorgeous towns and cities that dot the region. The Danish capital is replete with sights both in the city centre and outskirts, such as the imposing 18th century Christiansborg Palace, the famous Little Mermaid statue, and the sprawling Tivoli Gardens, one of the oldest amusement parks in the world. 

Once you head to the cruise terminals that dot the Nordic nation you’re open to another world of adventure. Scandinavian cruises can take you across the Baltic Sea, or the other way from Copenhagen to Oslo so you can see the best of the Norwegian capital, and maybe even visit the famous fjords. There are cruise lines that will transport you all over the region: all you need to do is pick a destination.

Discovering Scandinavian Islands & Capitals
  • Norway, Sweden, Estonia, Finland, Denmark
  • Fred.Olsen
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  • Unforgettable scenic cruising combined with captivating city discoveries
  • Sail picturesque archipelagos on Borealis and take boat tours of city canals
  • Revel in the historic and cultural highlights of Copenhagen, Stockholm, Tallinn and more
  • 16 days from £1799pp
  • Southampton
  • Borealis
  • 17 April 2024

Things to see on a Denmark cruise

Things to do on a Denmark cruise

Food and drink

If you love fine dining then there really isn’t a better city in the world to visit than Copenhagen.

Home to the infamous NOMA, as well as multiple other starred restaurants, a visit here is a foodie dream come true - just make sure to book well in advance for the busiest places.

If you’re looking for a friendly atmosphere and a beer that won’t break the bank, head to a bodega instead of a bar. These spots where the locals hang out might not have the classic Scandinavian aesthetics, but they have great food, great beer, and great people to chat to for a real Danish experience.

Smørrebrød, or open-faced sandwiches, are a specialty in Denmark thanks to their much vaunted baking culture. With toppings ranging from vegan to multiple kinds of meat, there’s something for everyone to dig into.

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