"Sluseholmen and the canals surrounding it actually belongs to the main canal running through the city of Copenhagen, separating the island of Amager from the rest of the city. A good way to experience Copenhagen could be to go with the Harbor bus that actually includes Sluseholmen as a last stop – for the price of a normal bus ticket, you get to see the beautiful city of Copenhagen and hop on and off where you like – make one of those stops Sluseholmen and enjoy a calm walk in the canal city of Copenhagen."
#Summervibes in Copenhagen
"In summertime the area around Sluseholmen transforms into an urban “beach” attracting crowds from all over the city to sunbathe and have a refreshing swim in the canals, or to take their boats out for a spin and enjoy the sunset from the deck."
Ancient walls of #Copenhagen
"Exploring Sluseholmen never gets old, the reflecting water in the canals, colorful architecture and numerous small bridges makes this one of the greatest architectural spots in the city."
Under the train tracks #urbanexploration
"Until Copenhagen got an actual Metro some 14 years ago, all train rides in the city where above ground - that’s still the case in Sydhavnen, where the station handles two train lines (both Copenhagen-bound). The road that runs below the station provides some great architectural views - especially on a foggy day - and at the same time separates the old and new parts of Sydhavnen."
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