Where does the Star dock in Copenhagen?

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126 Posts
Joined Jul 2004
Anyone know FOR SURE where the Star is docking in Copenhagen this summer? We will be there a day before embarkation and will take a cab to the port.

Thanks, Susan
Edgewater, NJ
33 Posts
Joined Aug 2002
see message below regarding copenhagen information.
Edgewater, NJ
33 Posts
Joined Aug 2002
PRE-EMBARKATION: The Star Princess docks at Copenhagen’s Orientkaj (Orient Quay) which is north of Copenhagen’s center. It is in the Frihavn complex, but that complex is several miles long. We met several passengers whose taxis took them to the Langeliniekaj, which is a popular cruise terminal (near the Little Mermaid statue), but which is two miles from the Orientkaj. One person we met on the cruise said that she and her mother were dropped by their taxi at the wrong quay, and they had to walk the two miles along the waterfront with their suitcases since they could not find another taxi.

COPENHAGEN: If you arrive a day early you will have adequate time to see the highlights. For orientation I recommend picking up a city map and some Danish Kroner when you arrive at the airport. ATMs are also available in larger train stations and in shopping areas. Begin with a canal tour with Netto Badene company. It is only 30 DKK ($6) and lasts about 90 minutes. You can catch it at Nyhavn, the little mermaid statue, or below the Holmen Bridge, whichever is most convenient. Just look for their docks and signs. They run hourly in the summer till about 5pm. Another company offers a similar tour for 50DKK, with all the same stops and nothing extra for their price.

A stroll down Stroget, the pedestrian center of the city, from Tivoli gardens to Nyhavn is a pleasure in good weather. Tivoli itself is over-rated and can be skipped. The Rosenborg Palace is small compared with the palaces you will see in Russia, but the castle and gardens are pleasant and the crown jewels are fun. If you are into revisiting the ‘60’s hippie scene, a walk through Christianstad (on a nearby island, reachable by bus) will take you through a safe and fun marijuana-era time-warp. I honestly have never visited the art museums in Copenhagen, but they are near the center of town and quite accessible. The Glyptotek is the best known of these. Since we had only a few hours between our arrival (3pm) and sail-away (9pm), we simply took the boat tour and Stroget walk, and then did our boat drill the next morning by permission of the purser.

Hope this helps
126 Posts
Joined Jul 2004
Thanks, psupam, for your detailed information. We'll probably do just about what you have suggested with our extra day in Copenhagen. Susan