It's all castles and cathedrals. Head out of Copenhagen for the day on this guided small-group tour, visiting UNESCO World Heritage-listed Kronborg Castle, the sitting for Shakespeare's Hamlet, and then Frederiksborg Castle, the largest Renaissance-era castle in Scandinavia. After a tour of the fortresses head to stunning Roskilde Cathedral, the burial spot for numerous kings and queens. Finally, finish the tour at the Viking Ship Museum. This small-group tour is limited to just 16 people or fewer.
Visit two countries in one day—and explore castles, cathedrals, skyscrapers, and more—on this tour from Copenhagen. Travel via luxury minibus to Helsingør (Elsinore), where you can visit the UNESCO-listed Kronborg Castle (own expense), immortalized in Shakespeare’s 'Hamlet.' Then, hop on a ferry to Sweden. Enjoy free time to explore the historical university city of Lund, and get to know buzzing Malmö before returning to Copenhagen.
Dip into the trendy food and restaurant scene of the Danish capital on this half-day Copenhagen food and walking tour. With a guide, learn about the city’s burgeoning reputation for fresh, light and seasonal cuisine made using natural produce, and seek out the locals’ favorite eateries, shops and markets. Food samples vary on each tour depending on the season, but expect to enjoy goodies that will pretty much make up a full meal, from artisanal cheeses to open sandwiches, organic hot dogs, apple wine and delicious craft beers.
Get an up-close look at Copenhagen by touring on foot in a small group (max. 10) rather than in a large, impersonal tour bus. This three-hour guided walking tour will take you to a number of highlights, providing a great introduction to the Danish capital. Admire the old architecture of the churches, see the seat of Danish democracy at Christiansborg Slot, and wander the whimsical Tivoli Gardens.
Scratch beneath the surface of Copenhagen during this private half-day tour which combines top attractions with hidden gems you might not have found alone, ideal for time-pressed travelers. Learn about the city’s culture, history, and cuisine from your personal local guide and take the opportunity to get personalized recommendations for the rest of your trip.
Enjoy skip-the-line admission to Copenhagen's popular Tivoli Gardens, one of the city's top attractions. Save valuable vacation time by purchasing your tickets ahead of time, allowing you to skip the ticket-buying line and proceed directly inside. Spend as much time as you like exploring the performances, the amusement park rides, and the dining options in the food hall.
Swap the crowds and hassle of big bus tours for a private and personalized experience of Copenhagen. This private walking tour lets you discover the history and culture Denmark's capital at your own pace as you walk from the Old Town to the old port of Nyhavn and stroll around the gardens of Rosenborg Castle and Amalienborg Palace.
Make the most of your time in the region with a full-day excursion to the historic cities of Malmo and Lund in neighboring Sweden. Let someone else handle the hassle of transportation, logistics, and border crossings while you enjoy the ride across the Oresund Bridge, before spending the day exploring central Malmo, the Lund Cathedral, and more.
Maximize your time in Copenhagen on this private full-day tour that takes you to all of the most-important landmarks, as well as hidden spots that most visitors miss. As you walk to attractions including the Round Tower and Amalienborg, your guide will fill you in on the history of the Danish capital. You'll also make two stops to sample Danish cuisine.
The perfect introduction to both Copenhagen and Danish cuisine, this half-day private food tour is ideal for travelers with limited time in the city. Pass by top Copenhagen attractions while sampling several traditional foods, such as traditional Danish hotdog and Danish pastry, that you might otherwise have overlooked. Don’t worry about wasting time getting lost either, as your local foodie guide will accompany you throughout.
Save time and foot fatigue on a Segway tour of Copenhagen, zipping between attractions such as the Little Mermaid, Frederik’s Church, and Nyhavn while still enjoying a close up look at these iconic landmarks. Enjoy the more personalized experience of a small-group tour, benefiting from provided headsets to clearly hear insights provided by your guide, and rehydrate with a complimentary beverage at the conclusion of your tour.
Experience two of Copenhagen’s most popular neighborhoods—Vesterbro and Christianshavn—like a local during this half-day private tour, without the worry of getting lost or overlooking places many travelers miss. Get to grips with the offbeat side of Copenhagen, while learning more about the history and culture of each place than you would alone thanks to your personal guide.
Take the hassle out of finding a bicycle rental and working out how to get around Copenhagen while sightseeing with this small-group bike tour. Ride with your guide around the historical center of Copenhagen as they show you famous attractions, such as the Little Mermaid, Amalienborg Palace, and the Round Tower. Places on this shared tour are limited to 10 people.
Perfect for first-time visitors to Copenhagen, this accessible, private tour will introduce you to the city’s key attractions—all in just a short amount of time. Pick from multiple convenient tour times, meet in the city center, and set off. You’ll learn about Copenhagen’s history and neighborhoods; will see highlights like Nyhavn, Amalienborg Palace, and the Latinerkvarteret (Latin Quarter); and will learn insider tips from your guide.
Large group tours can feel impersonal but one this private guided tour of Copenhagen you can enjoy a more tailored experience and, as it is by bicycle, visit places inaccessible to tour buses. Pedal through the city in the company of a guide who takes you to the top sites, as well as a few of their best-loved hidden gems.
Come on a trip to Lund & Malmö, the two Swedish sister towns that could not be more different from each other. Lund is old and cosy, with its prestigious university and old cathedral. Malmö is bigger and always changing, with modern architecture and an international and hip culture.
The guide will pick you up by minibus in central Copenhagen in Denmark to take you and the small exclusive group of no more than 6 people to Sweden. You cross the grand Øresund Bridge and then arrive in Lund, you learn about the Vikings, see Lund University and the cathedral that was once the main seat of power in Scandinavia.
You then continue to Malmö, where you have a lunch break. Malmö gives you the story of a church that could qualify into the Monthy Pythons, how you can get rich by bad book-keeping and what the Koreans mean by “The tears of Malmö”.
After the tour you have to option to stay indepently for as long as you wish, with a fexible return ticket.
Experience Copenhagen as the locals do—by bike—during this half-day, local-led bike tour of the Danish capital. Ideal for first-time visitors and those with limited time in the city, cover more ground than you could on foot, gain insight into the places you visit, and see a side to the city that few travelers get to experience.
Sightseeing in a city like Copenhagen can get tiring when you walk everywhere, so save your legs while you explore the city with this private Segway tour. Take advantage of the Segway’s speeds in Copenhagen’s car-free zones, as you glide between major attractions such as Amalienborg Palace, the Marble Church, and the Opera House. This private tour requires a minimum of five participants.
If you thought traveling to Copenhagen in the winter meant you’d have to stay indoors, this winter Segway tour will make you think again. Tour many of Copenhagen’s must-see sights, plus enjoy a café stop to warm up. Receive a thorough safety briefing, so even first-time Segway riders can feel confident. Your guide will share their stories via a radio system so you don’t have to stop to listen. A fun tour for the whole family.
Take the difficulty out of finding the Forgotten Giants sculptures created by artist Thomas Dambo with this private e-bike tour from Copenhagen. Ride e-bikes with your personal guide out into the Greater Copenhagen area to admire the region’s landscapes and visit four of the artist’s sculptures made from recycled materials. Places on this private tour are limited to five participants.
Explore Copenhagen in the company of just your party and a guide, and cover more ground than is possible by foot. This private Segway tour takes you cruising around the city's top sights, including the Little Mermaid, Nyhavn, Christiansborg, and Amalienborg, as well as a few off-the-beaten-path spots that cars cannot reach.
Discover Copenhagen full history, and green yourself a bit with one tone of its green tones’ nature, while venturing out on the e-bikes, and compare it between before, and now.
Start by setting up the equipment in the meeting point then go directly to the meat-packing district. a stunning historical area that turns from a slaughterhouse in the 19th Century to one of the most active vibes area in Copenhagen.
That was deep dive in History, now, nature, green nature in Bispebjerg, say bye to the city while going to the Northwest of Copenhagen with a visit to this impressive Grudtvigs Church and hanging around in the lovely Utterslev Mose with its thousands of birds and sheep’ flocks.
It can be difficult to appreciate Copenhagen’s many highlights during a brief visit. Maximize your time in port on a Segway tour. Zip between attractions with ease, saving time and foot fatigue, and discover sights including the Little Mermaid statue and the Royal Palace. Benefit from use of audio headsets to hear your guide clearly, and benefit from the small-group size for a more personalized experience.
Put down your guidebook and discover the essence of Copenhagen and its most interesting landmarks with this intimate private walking tour. Opting for private tour means you can ask plenty of questions along the way, and receive a personalized experience. The itinerary is flexible, but potential places that the tour can visit include the canalside district of Nyhavn, Amagertorv square, Rundetaarn, Stroeget, and Copenhagen City Hall.
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