Famous for its brightly colored buildings and serves as hub of canal tours, Nyhavn is one of the most visited tourist attraction in Copenhagen, Denmark. With a dazzling array of bars and restaurants, Nyhavn is the perfect place to end a long day.
Constructed from 1670-1673, Nyhavn was built by King Christian V. One of the reasons for its erection, it is the gateway from the sea to the King's Square (Kongens Nytorv). Aside from being a general landing area for ships and fish trading, the place during that time is also well-known for its overflowing beer and rampant prostitution.
The oldest building in Nyhavn is No. 9, which was built in 1661.
Address: Nyhavn 1-71, 1051 København, Denmark
Coordinates: 55° 40′ 47″ N, 12° 35′ 26″ E