Nordhavn in Copenhagen is being transformed into a sustainable ‘five-minute city’, and is fast becoming a tourist hotspot. Photo: Shutterstock Nordhavn in Copenhagen is being transformed into a sustainable ‘five-minute city’, and is fast becoming a tourist hotspot. Photo: Shutterstock
Nordhavn in Copenhagen is being transformed into a sustainable ‘five-minute city’, and is fast becoming a tourist hotspot. Photo: Shutterstock

How Copenhagen’s upcoming tourist hotspot Nordhavn is setting the standard for sustainability and is a blueprint for future developments

  • The former shipyard in the Danish capital is undergoing a 40-year conversion into a green city housing 40,000 inhabitants
  • With repurposed buildings, upcycled materials, solar power and energy-efficient utilities, everything is geared towards sustainability

Topic |   Responsible travel
Nordhavn in Copenhagen is being transformed into a sustainable ‘five-minute city’, and is fast becoming a tourist hotspot. Photo: Shutterstock Nordhavn in Copenhagen is being transformed into a sustainable ‘five-minute city’, and is fast becoming a tourist hotspot. Photo: Shutterstock
Nordhavn in Copenhagen is being transformed into a sustainable ‘five-minute city’, and is fast becoming a tourist hotspot. Photo: Shutterstock
READ FULL ARTICLE