HARBOUR BATH AT FISKETORVET
Combine your shopping with a dip in the Copenhagen harbor. In the summer, open sea swimming, a fresh experience, how many Copenhagen locals enjoying a swim. There are three pools, one for diving, one for swimming and a children's pool. So pack your swimsuit and grab a fresh dip in the summer heat. Havnebadet is open around the clock. Remember to swim wisely!
CRUISES AND WATER BUS
HARBOUR WATERBUS LINE NO. 991
With the harbor buses you get both a fast means of transport in the harbor and an alternative sightseeing route in Copenhagen. You can get up from the port stopped "Bryggebroen" (Fish Market) to the Little Mermaid, Refshaleøen, Nyhavn, the Opera or to Teglholmen in South Harbour. The price is the same as a regular bus ticket.
HOP ON - HOP OFF BOAT
Get a unique experience of Copenhagen by boat. Stömma Hop-on hop-off canal boat sailing in the summer.
The boat ride takes you through the canals of Copenhagen, and you can sit and relax while enjoying the historic sights and impressive architecture. The boat trip sailing past most of Copenhagen's sights can be observed from the harbor and canals - while you can hop on and off as much as you like.
SALTWATER AQUARIUM - TROPICAL FISH AND CORALS
450 colorful fish, 30 live corals, invertebrates like sea anemones, starfish, software, leather and stenkoraler and rocks brought from the south form a balanced environment in the tropics, just in micro format and guided by a comprehensive technique that ensures water flow and fresh water for fish and corals. The aquarium has 9,000 liters of salt water that keeps 24 degrees, always.
FLOATING PIANO TUNES
At the point of piano work of art: Liquid Piano is Fisketorvets solid musical work of art, which sometimes spreads good sound and cozy atmosphere. The artist Nina Saunders, she has created a floating piano dissolves, flows over the edge and continue several meters down to the water steps.
SHOAL NO. 8
12 METRES IN STAINLESS FISH
Shoal No. 8 is the name of a 12 meter high eye-catching sculpture from 7 October can be experienced as Fisketorvets beautiful landmarks. The sculpture was designed by the British design duo Dominic and Frances Bromleyden behind the renowned British design house Scabetti, and consists of a myriad glistening fish in stainless steel that float along in an endless shoal. The sculpture symbolizes Fisketorvets transformation from historic fish market to Copenhagen's premier shopping mall.