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Delve into one of Copenhagen’s most cosmopolitan neighborhoods on a 3-hour culinary and cultural walking tour of Nørrebro. With a guide, discover the gastronomic hotspots of the district. Stroll through leafy courtyards and dynamically designed parks; absorb the vibrant atmosphere of the social center, Jægersborggade; and sample local delicacies like homemade pastries and craft beer at chic artisan food stores. Receive personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 12 people.

Highlights

  • 3-hour Copenhagen cultural walking tour of Nørrebro
  • Explore Copenhagen’s coolest neighborhood, known as a foodie and cultural hotspot
  • Learn about Nørrebro's regeneration through smart urban planning and green spaces
  • Enjoy up to three food stops to sample local delicacies such as homemade bread
  • Walk down trendy Jægersborggade past salvage design shops, boutiques and artisanal food spots
  • Small-group tour with a maximum of 12 ensures a more personalized experience

What You Can Expect

Small-Group Norrebro Culture Tour in Copenhagen

Get to know one of Copenhagen's coolest districts on a walking tour

Greet your guide at a central Copenhagen location and cross the Dronning Loisies Bro, the bridge linking central Copenhagen with vibrant Nørrebro. Absorb the infectiously cool atmosphere as you arrive in the modern district and set out to explore the culinary and cultural highlights. Discover the radical transformation undergone by Nørrebro and admire one of the area’s largest courtyards as you walk to Blågårds Plads, a thriving hub of history and tradition. 

Head to Hans Tavsens Park and enjoy a moment of quiet reflection as you walk through the serene Assistens Cemetery, the final resting place of many prestigious Danes like Hans Christian Anderson. 

Stroll past Nørrebro Park and hear of the positive metamorphosis the park has undergone, and then explore the colorful district of Jægersborggade, replete with sophisticated boutiques and Michelin-starred eateries. 

Then check out the cultural diversity of Copenhagen in Superkilen public park, a dynamic space made of three zones. Conclude your tour with a beer at a local  bar.

Customer Reviews

Douglas H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

Our tour guide, Ella not sure of the spelling, but that is how we pronounced her name was outstanding. She was so knowledgeable and interesting about the neighborhoods, history, and people. Oh yeah, great food and beer as well. We highly recommend this tour.

Beverly H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

This was a very enjoyable activity. As I was the only client, I received 100 personal attention and the pace was set for my needs. The Guide has lived in the Norrebro District for nearly 20 years and was very knowledgeable. His presentation style was pleasant and informal. Both current trends and historical facts were given. The 3 and a half-hour walking tour went by quickly there were 4 stops at local shops and a micro-brewery to sample local delicacies. I had done a Food By Foot Viator tour in Amsterdam which was wonderful, so had high expectations. I was not disappointed!

Doug L

4 star rating: Recommended June 2016

This tour was terrific! Our guide was very knowledgeable and provided a pleasant walking tour of the Norrebro neighborhood.

DebbieK

3 star rating: Worth doing May 2016

We got off to a rocky start with our guide arriving 20 minutes late, following a few calls to the tour company. We are used to food tours that take you from place to place trying local cuisine. This was a three hour tour and we didn't eat until the last stop. We did stop for a cup of coffee and tried some local beer, but we purposely hadn't eaten earlier because we were expecting something different. However, having said all that, we actually enjoyed the company of our tour guide. She tended to engage in conversation with one member of the group at a time and talked towards the front as we were walking, so it was hard to understand her at first. But once she warmed up, we learned an awful lot from her. She was a young student who was extremely knowledgable about Danish culture, the political scene, the socio-economic values of her country and the neighborhoods we visited. So even though it didn't start off smoothly, we left with a deep respect for her and what we learned about Copenhagen.

Elizabeth D

1 star rating: I do not recommend this July 2016

This tour left much to be desired. It marketed itself as a Food and Culture tour. However...there was no food. The tour guide was a very nice but she really did not go into the history of the neighborhood. We were treated to two beers not worth the price of $106. Save your $ and walk around alone.

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