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Nyhavn Harbour

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Day 4 - I headed straight to Nyhavn after the Gefion Fountain. Nyhavn, directly translate as New Harbour, is a 17th-century waterfront, canal and entertainment district in Copenhagen. I totally adore the colorful façades along Nyhavn that is full of Scandinavian charm! The harbour was constructed by King Christian V from 1670 to 1673. Along Nyhavn you find restaurants, bars and also mobile hotdog stores. Opting for something light, I decided to grab the Danish hotdog - Fransk Hotdog (around 30DKK which equals to about 6AUD). It is absolutely brilliant way to serve the hotdog in a bun with one closed end that stops the dressing from spilling all over the hands! As a foodie, I am definitely a BIG fan of Fransk Hotdog. Haha. There are also several canal tours and bus tours available at the harbour where you could just queue up and buy a ticket to join the tour. A decision that I regretted not making on the day and was prompted by my friend Dana to do it the next day. LOL!