My wife and I will be in Copenhagen May 22, 2017 arriving via cruise ship at noon and departing the following day (May 23) at 5:00 pm. We've visited Copenhagen previously and visited many areas of the city. This visit we'd like to include in the two partial-days and one night we're there a visit to Christianshavn, including a canal boat ride, visit Our Savior's Church, tour the Rosenborg Castle and spend some time in Tivoli Gardens. We would also like to cross (see) the Øresund Bridge to Malmo spending several hours in Malmo including a canal boat ride before returning to Copenhagen.
Would the trip to/from Malmo (by train--or if there is a better way to see the bridge--perhaps by hydrofoil) be better done the first or second day? Note that we can visit sites in the afternoon and evening of the 22nd, but have to be back to our ship on the 23rd to be on the 5:00 pm sailing. We are early risers, so we could begin the second day as early as public transportation is available from the Cruise Terminal to the city.