Take a 5 hour tour deep inside the Danish history from the Vikings to nowadays. Roskilde offers an incredible insight into the world of the Vikings and their era. Roskilde was a Viking trading place more than 1000 years ago. At the Viking Ship Museum, which is located at Roskilde Harbour, you can see remains of Viking ships from the 11th century and sail like a Viking out on the fjord.
How often can you visit a new city and country in just a day? On your trip to Copenhagen why not take the short trip over the water to the Swedish city of Malmo. With a local from Copenhagen at your side discover the very best that this city has to offer. From historic architecture to a renovated warehouse which is now a food hall filled with Scandinavian treats, you’ll visit all the best local hotspots.Start your Swedish day trip at Copenhagen Central Station and enjoy a short ride together with your host over one of the longest bridges in Europe. Once in Malmo follow your friendly host to an artistic bridge with nineteen bronze shoes each representing a different artist. Then get a real taste of Malmo at the second largest square in the city.Discover an architectural gem in the largest square in the city, enjoy the cute cobblestones and historic buildings that surround the area. Then follow your host to the city’s impressive castle, the oldest of its kind in Scandinavia.
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.
Fall in love with the flavourful Danish cuisine on this delicious food tour in Copenhagen! Enjoy a selection of 10 tastings hand-picked by your foodie local host. From yummy must-tries like Denmark’s national dish, Flæskesteg, to unique dishes like a fishy meatball; you’re in for a treat, so bring your appetite.During this culinary tour in Copenhagen, you will enjoy authentic local bites ranging from savoury to sweet while discovering the city. Visit the Sankt Peders Bageri, the oldest bakery in Copenhagen. Explore Torvehallerne, a lively marketplace where the locals find the freshest produces in town. And the cherry on top, drink an organic Hyldeblomster, a tasty elderflower juice, at a buzzing with life cafe that gets you in the mood with a Danish vibe. The foodie locals are ready to take you on the best food tour in Copenhagen. Traditional food and drinks are on the menu in this private food tour along with tips for your future stay in Copenhagen. Join now!
Explore Denmark’s Forest Tower— an attraction you’re unlikely to find anywhere else in the world—without the hassle of arranging your own round-trip transportation during this half-day excursion. Ideal for architecture and nature lovers alike, climb to the observation deck and walk along wooden walkways while enjoying the surrounding scenery.
Get a comprehensive view of Copenhagen on foot during this half-day tour with a guide. Instead of wandering aimlessly on your own, set out on a carefully curated path, designed to hit all of the cultural attractions and historical highlights. Stops include Christiansborg Palace, Stroeget, and the Nyhavn district, accompanied by in-depth commentary from your guide.
Christmas (Jul in Danish) in Denmark is often described as a magical time full of traditions. Join a local guide on this fun and festive walking tour and discover the meaning behind Danish holiday traditions — both the new and the ancient ones dating all the way back to the Yuletide traditions of Viking times.
Experience food culture—Copenhagen-style—on this food walking tour of the city. Your guide shows you how to maneuver through the busy markets to sample some of the most popular food in Denmark. Then pop in a local eatery, and enjoy a main course for dinner before heading to a microbrewery for beer tastings and dessert.
Walk through 400 years of Danish history with a dedicated guide on this half-day private tour of Frederiksborg Castle. Enjoy personalized attention and the ability to explore at your own pace while learning about the history and culture of the Danish royalty and seeing the important Renaissance-era art collection. This tour for up to four people travels to the town of Hillerød in the Danish countryside via train from Copenhagen Central Station.
Copenhagen has long been a hotspot for foodies, famous for its Michelin-starred restaurants and award-winning cuisine. This gourmet food tasting tour will whisk you on a gastronomic journey of Copenhagen’s West End, stopping to sample delicious smørrebrød (open faced sandwiches), sip craft brews and taste an array of cheeses, chocolates and local specialties.
Explore the Danish capital of Copenhagen like a local—on a bicycle—during this half-day tour. Leave the directions and navigation to a guide, just pedal along and enjoy the scenery, passing highlights such as the Rosenborg Castle and Amalienborg Palace. Limited to just 10 people, this small-group tour guarantees an intimate atmosphere and plenty of personalized attention.
Discover less-visited Copenhagen neighborhoods on this guided tour of the Danish capital. Visit the achingly hip area of Vesterbro, and the red—not to mention the green—light districts, among other areas including the self-declared "Free State of Christiana." Discover and explore everything from untrammeled working-class districts to neighborhoods crammed with bearded hipsters.
If you are looking for a truly local experience in Copenhagen, join your favorite local, and explore an alternative side of the city by visiting two creative and colorful neighborhoods. On this private tour, you will discover the trendy Vesterbro district and skip across the city’s gorgeous canals to one of the world’s largest anarchist communes.Did you know that Vesterbro contains the largest red-light district in Scandinavia? Wander down Istedgade and learn the captivating history of gangs and sex workers along this street. Your local host will give you incredible insight into the current sex work and drug policies and how locals are helping combat these issues.See the striking contrast further into Vesterbro and witness its vibrant character on full display along Viktoriagade. This bustling section features lots of trendy bars, restaurants, and shops. Time for a magical ride along the waterways! Climb onto the harbor bus and venture to your next destination, Christianshavn.
Explore the important Viking history site of Roskilde without the hassle of renting a car on this full-day tour from Copenhagen. With a guide providing insightful commentary and all transportation included, exploring multiple sites in a single day will be a breeze. Highlights include the UNESCO-listed ROskilde Cathedral, the Lejre Museum in Skjoldungernes Land, and the Viking Ship Museum.
Discover Vesterbro, the epicenter of Copenhagen’s hipster culture, on this beer and culture walking tour. Spend an afternoon exploring the former red-light district of Vesterbro with a guide. See trendy cafes, bars, and quirky restaurants, as well as some of the places that cemented the neighborhood’s once-infamous reputation. Pass through one of the city's parks and stop to sample craft beer. Numbers are limited to 12, ensuring a small-group experience.
Some group tours can feel impersonal and inflexible. Enjoy a more personal experience, and the flexibility to adapt the itinerary to your interests, on this private guided tour of Copenhagen. Traveling by private car, your guide will take you to see the city's top sites, including the Little Mermaid and Tivoli.
Set off in search of the meaning of hygge, a Danish concept that most closely translates as ‘cozy,’ on this 3-hour walking tour of Copenhagen. With your guide, step off the beaten path to uncover a side of the city that you might otherwise have missed. Visit the Nyboder housing project, amble down Strøget, and catch a moment of calm in the Royal Library’s hidden garden. Your tour also includes a coffee and a pastry.
Enjoy the must-see sights of Copenhagen on a small-group tour of the city limited to 16 people to provide a more intimate sightseeing experience. With a driver and guide, check out attractions like Christiansborg Palace, the Little Mermaid, and Nyhavn, plus enjoy a cruise on the canals.
Electric Cargo Bikes are an ideal way to explore Copenhagen in Autumn and Winter. While sitting in the box, you can wrap yourself in blankets, sip tea and marvel at the city. When driving, you get to choose how much effort you want to put into biking and let the electric assist do the rest.Your guides Andreas (DE, EN, FR, ES), Victor (EN,IT,FR) and Eden(EN) will open the capital of happiness for you:The discussions are a mix of excerpts from happiness research, personal anecdotes and historical curiosities. We look at “happiness by design” in public infrastructure and discuss how the fabric of Copenhagen’s society is promoting satisfaction among its residents. To dive into the topic, we stop every 10-15 minutes for an interpretative talk of the surroundingsWith over 350 Five-star reviews on Airbnb, this is "Probably The Best" way to experience what it means to live in Copenhagen with insights into actual living, working and enjoying life in this Nordic city.
Get off the beaten path and discover an alternative side to Copenhagen. Visit the achingly hip area of Vesterbro, the Mndenes hjem homeless shelter and the red—not to mention the green—light districts, among other areas including the self-declared "Free State of Christiana." Discover and explore everything from untrammelled working-class districts to neighbourhoods crammed with bearded hipsters.
Enjoy a special perspective on Copenhagen when you explore after dark, and sharpen your photography skills, on this two-for-one tour. With a maximum of eight attendees, this intimate tour ensures you’ll receive plenty of personal guidance and instruction. Meet your guide (a professional photographer) in the city center, and bring your camera and tripod along. Over the course of several hours, you’ll see numerous Copenhagen attractions, and will also learn more about aperture, ISO, composition, and more.
Leave the Danish capital and cross the vast Øresund Bridge to the impeccably chic city of Malmö on an independent day-trip from Copenhagen. According to your own itinerary, explore the alluring attractions of Sweden’s third largest city at a pace suited to you; browse the bespoke boutiques and ambient cafes of Lilla Torget; embark on a leisurely canal cruise of the city’s picturesque waterways; or soak up the vibrant atmosphere of the Stora Torget square. Travel by air-conditioned minivan and hear insightful recommendations from your professional guide before exploring the city independently for the day.
Get into the party spirit on a 5-hour evening pub crawl in Copenhagen. Meet your party-loving guide in Nyhavn, and set off to enjoy some of the city’s most popular bars. Chat to your fellow partygoers, mingle with the locals, and enjoy two complimentary mixed drinks and two shots as the evening unfolds. Choose a Tuesday or Thursday tour and enjoy an extra mixed drink plus visits to four bars. Or select a Friday or Saturday tour and visit four bars followed by a nightclub, with an included entrance ticket.
Immortalized in print as the setting of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Kronborg Castle (also known as Hamlet Castle) is one of Denmark’s top attractions and a convenient day trip from downtown Copenhagen. This private tour provides an in-depth exploration of the UNESCO-listed castle, its history, and Danish culture—with the full attention of your guide and no unknown guests.