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.
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.
The Swedish towns of Malmö and Lund are perfect complements to each other—Lund is rich with viking history, while Malmö is a hopping cultural hub. This small-group tour from Copenhagen allows you to experience the highlights of both locations alongside a guide, with round-trip transportation for a seamless experience. If you choose, explore Malmö on your own after the tour and return by train (ticket included).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Learn the untold stories behind top Copenhagen attractions during this guided city tour. In the company of a local guide, get your bearings in the city while exploring places such as the Little Mermaid, the Rosenborg Castle, and the Church of Our Lady with ease. Ideal for first-time visitors, you’ll get an insight into a side of Copenhagen history that most travelers miss.
Experience the child-like joy that only comes from biking as you whiz around from the Meatpacking District to Amaliehaven. Cycling is the locals’ favorite way to get around. So hop on, blend in, and discover Copenhagen. You’ll be surprised by how much more you can see when you explore by bike.Copenhagen is the world’s most liveable city. With stunning architecture, castles, and trendy neighborhoods. By bike, you can see it all. As well as checking out the unmissable Islands Brygge and Kastellet, you’ll get off the tourist trail and discover a side to Copenhagen that only the locals see. Your cycle-loving host will be by your side at all times, so follow their lead.Follow your host to a bustling food market that has tons of stalls with Danish specialties and craft beer, and the locals’ favorite area, The Lakes. Cycle through the artistic streets of the hip Christiania, with unique designs and fascinating murals at every turn. Finally, enjoy a ride over to Vor Frue Kirke.
Picturesque palaces, beautiful canals, and ultra-bike friendly; Copenhagen is a magical place! On this private tour, get ready to discover the best highlights the city has to offer, as well as its unique hidden gems with your favorite local.Get ready to experience Copenhagen the local way. Enjoy the city to the max and hear more about the origin, history, and culture of Copenhagen. Admire the astonishing artwork of Rosenborg Castle, which was home to ‘The Architect of Copenhagen, King Christian IV. See and touch Copenhagen’s history at the Amalienborg Palace where you can witness the changing of the Royal Guard and learn the traditions of the monarchy.Explore the lively Latin Quarter, which is home to the city’s university and is decorated with medieval architecture. Stroll through the historic barracks of Nyboder and check out the 17th century social housing project intended for the Royal Danish Navy. And step into the colorful waterfront of Nyhavn to discover tons of entertainment.
On this 90-minute inner city walk of Copenhagen we discover why the Danes are the happiest country in the world (mostly because of antidepressants and beer).We'll talk non-corrupt politicians (an oxymoron) and why Michael Jackson was banned from buying an amusement park in the city (though that should be obvious).
Uncover the mysteries behind the fairy tale castles of Copenhagen on a full-day tour of North Zealand, a beautiful region just outside the Danish capital. With a guide, visit Kronborg Castle, a castle made famous as the setting of Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’, and delve into the intriguing history of the fortress. Then, admire the architecture of Fredensborg Palace, residence of the Danish royal family, and the ancient Frederiksborg Castle.
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.
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.
Experience two different perspectives of the city on a single excursion with a combined canal and city tour, ideal for visitors with limited time. Be immersed in the city streets as you stroll between landmarks including Nyhavn, Kongens Nytorv, and Amalienborg, then take to the water for a different perspective of attractions including Our Saviour Church, Christiania, and more.
Set off from Copenhagen to the nearby Swedish towns of Lund and Malmö during this full-day, guided tour. Drive over the Øresund Bridge to discover the Scania province. Take in the varied medieval and Romanesque architecture of Lund, one of the country’s oldest cities. Take your lunch in Malmö’ at a trendy restaurants and learn about the city’s history and "Malm-hatten" district.
Explore Copenhagen on two wheels with this guided bike tour. Ride through the city to see top sights including The Little Mermaid statue, Rosenborg Castle, and Christiania. Taste traditional cuisine in Torvehallerne, a modern food hall, and learn about Danish culture as you cycle between different neighborhoods and historic landmarks.
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.
See more of Copenhagen in less time—and travel like the locals do—on this introductory bike tour of the city. Perfect for first-time visitors, this speedy outing will introduce you to the city’s most popular landmarks, from Christiania and The Little Mermaid to Nyhavn, Rosenborg Castle, and more. As you go, learn the stories behind the landmarks from your guide’s commentary; additional sightseeing stops can also be made on request.
You will enjoy two of the most wonderful castles in the North of the island of Zealand. In this tour, there will be a driver and a guide who will take good care of you and will explain you everything about the history of the castles and Denmark. You will hear about Frederick II and Christian IV as well as the history between Denmark and Sweden. The van is very confortable and spacious. We will pick you up at your hotel, as long as it is in the city centre.
Get personalized attention and enjoy the ability to travel at your own pace on this private walking tour of the castles of Kronborg and Frederiksborg. Listen to in-depth guided commentary on Danish royal history and Shakespeare's "Hamlet" as you stroll through the city, taking in the architecture and culture. Stops include Elsinor and Hillerod, both accessed via train journey from Helsingor.
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.