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Cruise Ships from all over the world dock regularly at Langelinie Quay.

Langelinie Quay
Many Cruise Ships from all over the world visiting Copenhagen dock at the Langelinie Pier - and not far from the famous statue of the Little Mermaid. Langelinie is also called “The Cruise Pier of Copenhagen” with its long quay and shopping arcade. More than 380 cruise vessels embark the port of Copenhagen every year - and the city enjoys being one of the most popular cruise destinations and ports in Europe.
 
Ships at Langelinie Since 1894
Since 1894 - ships have used the Langelinie Quay as their chosen embarkation pier. The picture from 1928 shows crowds of Copenhageners inspecting war ships from the popular US-Navy visiting Copenhagen after World War I.
The Cruise Terminal of Copenhagen since 1910
Canadian Pacifics Steam Ship and Cruise Liner - The Empress of Australia - at the Langelinie Quay in 1935. The Cruise Vessels were built as grand Ocean Liners with all the luxury amenities and comfort that was possible at that time.
 
Copenhagen - The Main Gateway to major ports
An important factor for Cruise Liners using Copenhagen as a destination port is that Copenhagen is the main gateway to Sweden - Finland - Russia - Baltic Countries - Poland and Germany - where mostly all cruise vessels have stopover ports in major capital cities during their voyages.

Pick-up point for Cruise Passengers
Langelinie harbour area - where the Cruise vessels dock - was established in 1894 - as a promenade for the citizens of Copenhagen - and has always been the main pick-up point for passenger liners since its establishment. And since 1910 - Langelinie cruise Terminal has been functioning as an embarkation venue for international cruise ships.
 
Attractions near Langeline
The Little Mermaid - No. 1 attraction in Denmark
The world famous Little Mermaid is located nearby the Langelinie Pier - and is within walking distance from the shipside.
Amalienborg Palace - The Royal Residence
Amalienborg Palace from 1750 - and the winter residence of the Royal Danish Family is not far from Langelinie Pier.
The Gefion Fountain
The impressive Gefion Fountain is located nearby the Langelinie Pier.
The Old Citadel from 1626
The Old Citadel and ramparts from 1626 is worth a visit and located near Langelinie.

Cruise passengers and tourists will find many interesting attractions nearby the Langelinie Quay - just 25 -45 minutes of walk:

- The Little Mermaid
– The Old Citadel and ramparts
– The Gefion Fountain
– The English church
- The Danish Resistance Museum
- Amalienborg Palace

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Location
Langelinie pier is located near the Little Mermaid and other historic attractions in the north end of the city. The pier and promenade area has always been a popular place to stroll for Copenhageners on a Sunday afternoon.

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