Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Getting to the Port of Copenhagen

Getting to the Port of Copenhagen

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Copenhagen is a convenient jumping-off spot for Baltic cruises as well as a popular port of call. Hundreds of thousands of cruisers swarm the port each year. If this is where you embark on your cruise, the Disney Magic awaits at the brand-new Ocean Quay terminal, about 3 miles from the city center.

If you drive, you can park your car by the cruise terminal. Expect to pay DKK 400 ($73) for the first week plus DKK 80 ($14.50) per additional day. No advance reservations are possible.

Rail travelers arrive at Kobenhavn H, the city’s central station. Hop on S-train A, B, C, or E to Nordhavn Station for DKK24 ($4.50) per adult/DKK12 ($2.25) per child ages 15 and under. You can transfer to the 26 bus, which visits all piers. A taxi from Kobenhavn H will be more convenient and will cost about DKK150 ($27).

Cruisers must board the Disney Magic by 4:00 pm on embarkation day. Boarding should begin around 1:00 pm. You should plan to arrive at the cruise terminal with plenty of time to avoid stress. Be sure to have your passports for every member of your traveling party as well as all your cruise documents ready for check-in at the terminal.

Walt Disney visited Copenhagen for ideas before he built Disneyland. This shot shows Hans Christian Andersen looking at the entrance to Tivoli.

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