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.
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.
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.
Delight in Copenhagen’s festive traditions on a Christmas culinary tour of the Danish capital’s foodie hotspots. With an expert gastronomic guide, delve into Denmark’s rich culinary heritage and absorb the electric atmosphere of Torvehallerne, the capital’s most popular food market. Pleasure your palate with Christmas delicacies like cookies and licorices; sample sizzling sausages fresh off the grill; and sip warming glasses of mulled wine, Christmas lagers and sweet schnapps during your fulfilling tour.
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.
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.
Explore Copenhagen in three different ways—on a bicycle, on foot, and on a canal cruise—during a single full-day tour. Arranging each of these tours independently could be a hassle, but this excursion combines all three modes of transportation and takes care of all the details. Visit quintessential Copenhagen highlights such as the Little Mermaid, the Opera House, and the neighborhoods of Norrebro and Frederiksberg with a guide providing navigation and insightful commentary.
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.
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.
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.
Make the most of your limited time in Copenhagen and cover far more ground than would be possible on foot on this Segway tour. Ideal for visitors who have trouble walking long distances, this small-group tour (limited to 10 people) takes you to such sites as the Little Mermaid statue, Christiansborg Palace, Old Royal Stock Exchange, and Amalienborg Palace as your guide offers context and little-known details along the way.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Travel across the city in ease, and see many of Copenhagen’s key highlights, on this small-group Segway tour. Meet your guide at the Langelinie Pier, grab a helmet, and get acquainted with the proper Segway techniques. Once you feel comfortable, set off across town: you’ll see The Little Mermaid, Christiansborg Palace, and more, and will even stop for refreshments (own expense) at a cozy café. As you go, your guide will share stories about the sights; headsets are included so you can hear their every word.
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.
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).
Welcome to "Copenhagen to Møns Klint One day visit".This is the perfect experience for people of all capabilities and ages. Whether you’re a family, a young or a group or a lone traveler, you’ll definitely want to experience the beauty of Møns Klint. It's not a good choice if you have knee/leg pains.During the visit, I will show you the important place of Møns klints and explain the history of Møns Klints it's fun to take 200 steps to reach klints play and collect stones. And Inside the GeoCenter we have the following experiences.1. THE EXHIBITION "WHERE DENMARK WAS BORN"2. Indoor: excavation3. Indoor: SEE THE WILD 3D MOVIE - IF YOU DARE ?! Discover fascinating dinosaurs and our adventurous universe in 3D4. THE EXHIBITION: STAY COOLER IN THE GLACIER Why do the world's icebergs and glaciers melt?5. EXHIBITIONCHALLENGES: HOW LONG WILL YOU GET? Here you have to climb the wallsDo you want to book the tour for a big group? Please contact me at
Cruise the streets and sights of Copenhagen during this guided Segway tour that includes use of a special headset radio that let you hear your guide clearly while on the move. See twice as much on your electric Segway including sights like The Little Mermaid, Nyhavn, the Royal Palace, and Danish Parliament while taking in the unique mix of old and modern architecture along the way.
Appreciating Copenhagen’s many highlights can be difficult on a self-led tour. Explore the city by foot, canal boat, and bicycle for intimate insight into its culture and heritage on a small-group tour, and discover attractions including the Little Mermaid statue, Danish Royal Palace, and Strøget. Learn about the city’s history from your guide, and benefit from the small-group size for a more personalized experience.
Explore Copenhagen for an entire day in the company of a private guide on this full-day private walking tour. Instead of wandering aimlessly, work together with your guide to craft an itinerary focusing on your specific interests. Learn much more about Copenhagen's culture and history through your guide's engaging commentary than you would exploring the highlights on your own.
Make the most of your time in the Danish capital on a private bike tour of the city. Whizz between landmarks, covering more distance in less time than possible by foot, while still enjoying an intimate look at highlights such as the Little Mermaid, Nyhavn, and the Kastellet. Learn about the landmarks from your guide, and benefit from the personalized service of a private tour.
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.