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Old October 2nd, 2006, 02:55 PM
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Each port has a docking schedule. The schedule tells when each ship is scheduled to arrive and what pier it will dock at. In the majority of cases, cruise ships will dock at the same pier. However, the schedule is subject to changes due to the weather and other unforeseen circumstances.

The second one ....

The ship docks in Langelinie. It is about a 30-minute walk to the city center (or a short taxi, bus or train ride).

We just walked it to the city.

Langelinje - The Cruise Harbor

The Northeastern quay of Copenhagen Harbor is called Langelinje, or the older Langelinie, which means long line. This refers to its long, straight build. Langelinje is the most visited cruise harbor in Europe. Copenhagen was voted the Worlds Leading Cruise Harbor and Europe's Leading Cruise Destination at the 2005 World Travel Awards. The Copenhagen Harbor has a unique location for cruises into the Baltic Sea and Scandinavia, and Copenhagen Airport is among the Worlds' best, with excellent connections between airport and Langelinje.

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