Visit two countries in one day—and explore castles, cathedrals, skyscrapers, and more—on this tour from Copenhagen. After setting off from the Grand Hotel in the morning, 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. Finally, return via the Øresund Bridge to Copenhagen.
Discover why they call it 'Wonderful Copenhagen' on this City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off tour of Denmark's postcard-pretty capital. Choose from three routes and stay aboard to gaze at the sights, or hop on and off at any stop to explore on foot. Listen to the interesting onboard commentary; admire must-sees such as the Little Mermaid statue and Amalienborg Palace; and hop off to visit attractions such as the Tivoli Gardens and more. Your ticket is valid for 72 hours from first use.
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.
Enhance your sightseeing experience of Copenhagen, Denmark’s beautiful capital city, on a 2,5-hour introductory sightseeing tour. Climb aboard a comfortable, climate-controlled coach and pass all of the city’s historical highlights while listening to entertaining audio commentary. Marvel at the majesty of Christiansborg Palace; hear of the intriguing exhibits within The National Museum; and disembark to capture photographs beside Copenhagen’s gorgeous symbol, the statue of the Little Mermaid.
Travel from Arne Jacobsen's SAS Royal Hotel, one of the first masterpieces of postwar Danish design, past the city's environmentally-conscious modern architecture to its Art Nouveau city hall. Pass by the famous old townhouses at Nyhavn - a scene you may recognize from postcards of Copenhagen - and the auction houses where great vintage Danish design is for sale. End at the Danish Design Museum.For the shopper: Illums Bolighus for Danish design products; Royal Copenhagen porcelain and dishware; HAY modern home design; Magasin for Danish fashion brands; Bredgade for vintage pieces from the 1950s and 1960s. For the museum goer: Glyptoteket for classical sculpture and French impressionist art, the Danish National Museum for Viking artifacts, the Danish Design Museum for modern Danish design.The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.
Get more out of your time in Copenhagen by crossing the Oresund Bridge, which connects Sweden and Denmark. No need to worry about navigating, as a guide accompanies you. Travel in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle, and see the fishing village of Dragor, Boren, and the magnificent Malmo. Enjoy plenty of time to explore sights on foot, and visit Malmo Castle, Malmo City Hall, or Hansa Shopping Center.
Malmø Tours - Cross the Bridge to Malmø With guiding on the bus, time on your own in the City, and an optional at the Øresund Bridge. Explore old and new buidings or take advantage of the competitive Prices. As we travel through Malmo's suburbs, we tell the city's story from the first settlements in the Stone Age, through the city's incorporation into Sweden and up to the present day's Region Skane. We drive past Malmohus, which is Malmo's Castle and dates back to the 1500s. You can do a filmed shot on your phone here, where you can pan from Malmohus, 180 degrees and then at the end of the shot, you see the Turning Torso, Malmo's skyscraper and Sweden's tallest inhabited building. We drop everyone at Stor Torget, Malmo's largest square, which dates back to the 1530s.!!! PLEASE REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR PASSPORT !!!
We cross Copenhagen Harbour and then travel into Ørestad, an area built on land from Amager Common, which was released for sale by an Act of the Danish Parliament. The Whole suberb is new, with some of Denmark's best modern architecture. after telling the story of Ørestad.Then we enter the countryside, telling abouit the history of Kongenlund and why it was planted. We also mention notable events in the history of the army barracks, particularly during the 2nd World War.Coming to Dragør we talk about the history of this pretty fishing village, including its Dutch connections and encourage you to explore it. There is time here to eat, to walk Down to the sea or to visit Dragør Fort and do some shopping in the interesting Little independent shops. After this and a photo-stop to get a Picture of the Øresund Bridge, we travel along the side of Copenhagen Airport, telling you the story of its history, from sheep eating the grass on the runway, to today's successful gateway to the World.
Explore Copenhagen at your own pace and customize your visit to suit your preferences with this self-guided audio tour. As you stroll the city streets, listen as the stories of its most memorable citizens come to life. See decadent palaces and grand halls, the impressive architecture of the Marble Church and the residence of the Royal Family at the Amalienborg Palace. Choose to spend as long as you wish at each stop along the way.
The legendary creatures of Danish folklore are more than just the Little Mermaid immortalised by H. C. Andersen. The Danish bestiary also includes such monsters as man-eating trolls, dragons who hoard treasures and fight against bulls, the heraldic wild men depicted on the royal coat of arms and the strange creature known as the ”Sea Bishop”. Even the centre of Copenhagen that draws the most tourists and traffic is haunted by mythical beasts who are seen in statues, reliefs and artwork on buildings. Yet many of these monsters remain unknown to most visitors. You can, however, now fill this gap in your folkloric knowledge. Download the HidDenmark Monstour VoiceMap unto your Smartphone. It will guide you on a journey from the Tivoli amusement park over the Copenhagen Stock Exchange to the canals, while narrating how weird tales of strange and terrible beings have shaped the capitol of the country.
what better way to see the full sights and delights of Copenhagen than by bus and boat in one half day tour. Taking in all the main sights this tour is a must for any cruise passenger in port for the day.