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Copenhagen: 3 Hour Bike Tour with Guide

1. Copenhagen: 3 Hour Bike Tour with Guide

Once everyone has been partnered with a bike that suits them, the tour will begin. You will visit such sights as the New Houses, The Little Mermaid, The Gefion Fountain, The English Church, The Gefion Fountain, Amalienborg Castle, The Marble Church, The Opera house, The New Harbor, Christiania, Our Saviors Church, Christiansborg, The Lakes of Copenhagen, The King's Garden and Rosenborg Castle. In between there will be the opportunity to have a small lunch/coffee break at  at Torvehallerne- a local food market, to rest the legs and get a snack. Throughout the tour your guide will tell you all the history of the places we see, along with a lot of fun stories surrounding them and Danish culture in general. The tour involves biking for most of the tour, as well as walking in a few areas where biking is not allowed. We have the most knowledgeable guides in Copenhagen who take pleasure in passing on their knowledge to you. Once the tour is over, your guide will be happy to give you recommendations on where to go next or perhaps revisit sights that you saw along the tour.

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Lund & Malmö: Guided Tour of 2 Countries in One Day

2. Lund & Malmö: Guided Tour of 2 Countries in One Day

Start your day of adventure in front of the Grand Hotel, here you will meet your friendly and informative guide. After a short meet and greet you will hop aboard your comfortable vehicle and set off on your adventure.  Commence your tour with a visit to Hamlet's Castle, one of the most famous tourist landmarks in this area. Shortly after this take a scenic drive down the coastal road of Strandvejen and arrive in the charming old town of Helsingør, known as Elsinor in English. Whilst in Elsinor you will be given time to peruse the fascinating streets of this beautiful city before boarding a boat to head to Sweden.  Aboard your boat, you will sail across the Øresund, travelling to the shores of Sweden. Once you arrive in Sweden you will drive down the picturesque country roads to the ancient city of Lund. Here you can visit the Lund Cathedral, a church built in 1145. Behind the Cathedral there is the chance to explore the tiny streets, with houses that date back to the 1700s! Follow this with a trip to Malmö, Sweden's third largest city. Here you will have some time to do some shopping and take advantage of Sweden's lower purchase taxes, making this a great place to get some fantastic low prices on goods to take home with you. End your tour back in Copenhagen, en-route you will pass the impressive Øresund Bridge - taking in the beautiful views whilst you do. 

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Copenhagen Welcome Tour: Private Tour with a Local

3. Copenhagen Welcome Tour: Private Tour with a Local

Discover Copenhagen with a friendly local guide who will help customize a 2, 3 or 4 hour tour to your interests. Your guide will meet where you're staying to help you get familiar with the neighborhood, tell you about the best places to eat and buy groceries and the easiest ways to get around, as well as the top things to see and do. By the end of the tour you'll feel more comfortable making your way around the city and confident you have all the information you need to make the most of your stay. Although this is a walking tour, you have the option of taking public transportation or a taxi to get around (at additional cost). Please indicate if you’d like a private car included in the tour.

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Copenhagen: Culinary Experience Tour

4. Copenhagen: Culinary Experience Tour

Travel around Copenhagen and fill up on the delicacies of the country! This half-day tour gives you a taste not only of the culinary highlights of Denmark, but also of its culture. You'll enjoy several fabulous tastings of edible icons, complete with intriguing stories and insights into the evolution of the land's food culture.   Tastings of the day include cheeses, meats and famous open-faced sandwiches; wines, liqueurs and spirits; and chocolates, toffees and candies for those with a sweeter tooth. For any foodie abroad, this tour is absolutely unmissable. Come today and leave with a full stomach and a broad smile. Detailed Tasting Itinerary • Arla Unika, 3 award-winning cheeses • Bornholmerbutikken, A plate with 2 licorice from Bülows, 2 toffees, 2 types of Mustard on biscuits, juice from Svaneke and a small Akvavit spirit • Aamanns Deli, 4 different types of open faced sandwiches. Beer/soft drink • Nørrebro Bryghus, 3 tap beer of 10 cl each • Den økologiske pølsemand , Organic hotdog • Sømods bolcher, 2 different types of rock candy • Summerbird, Chocolate treat, flødebolle

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Copenhagen: Scandinavian Delights Food & Drink Private Tour

5. Copenhagen: Scandinavian Delights Food & Drink Private Tour

Discover the true taste of Scandinavia on this gastronomy tour. Follow your local guide to traditional food stands and restaurants in the Danish capital. Stop at a 'Kiosk' and enjoy the exquisite Ristepølse, a classic Danish hot dog with a combination of flavors and textures, accompanied by a traditional Danish elder juice. Sit in one of the most beautiful and famous squares to taste a Smørrebrod, considered the most typical dish of Danish cuisine, an open sandwich with rye bread combined with various cold ingredients like salmon, egg, cold meats, fish such as herring, and other variations. Pair it with a traditional Danish beer. Visit the Torvehallerne Market to delve deeper into Danish gastronomy, a pleasure for the eyes and all the senses. Taste another delicacy of Scandinavian cuisine, Flæskestegssandwich, a sandwich with sliced pork, with pickles, hot purple cabbage, accompanied by one of the most recognized Danish craft beers. Continue to the market to try another traditional delicacy that Copenhagen has to offer, Fiskefrikadeller, a fish meatball paired with remoulade, a zesty Danish sauce, and a slice of rye bread. End your private tour on a high note with Danish pastry. Enjoy a cinnamon roll and a coffee in a charming pastry shop in Copenhagen.

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Copenhagen: Small-Group Hygge and Happiness Culture Tour

6. Copenhagen: Small-Group Hygge and Happiness Culture Tour

Embark on a 3.5-hour walking tour of Copenhagen. Get to the root of hygge, and get to know Danish culture. The concept of hygge is hard to describe, but easy to experience. See why Danes are some of the world’s happiest people, and experience hygge for yourself. “Hygge” is a concept that is an all-encompassing ingredient for the Danish way of life. Set out on a slow-paced walking tour with a born-and-raised local to appreciate this unique Copenhagen vibe. Glimpse this concept from a local perspective, and recognize why hygge is so important in today’s society. Begin the tour in the charming neighborhood of Nyboder, a local gem beloved by residents for its irresistible calmness. Here, start with introductions, and get close with those of whom you’ll experience hygge. Afterwards, amble through the small, picturesque streets of Nyboder, one of the oldest parts of Copenhagen, filled to the brim with cobblestone streets, timber-framed houses, and green spaces amongst the urban sprawl. Take your time to wander through, as that is a great way to kick off the hygge experience. Engage your taste buds along the way with bites of world-renowned pastries, delicious traditional Danish flødeboller, and a cup of liquid joy. Learn how these play into the Danish traditional way of life through historical accounts from your knowledgeable guide. Escape the urban sprawl with stops in green spaces or hidden alleys, only known to the locals. Settle in for a bit of relaxation, and hear the history of how Copenhagen came to be. Take Instagram worthy photos with the stunning backdrops of this city, as well as miniature and grand castles with great views. Discover the secrets of why some people say Denmark is a utopia and fairytale-like, consistently being ranked amongst the happiest people in the world year after year. Conclude the tour with a sit-down with your group at a local café in Copenhagen to enjoy a cup of coffee. Want to explore further? Feel free to ask your local guide for personal recommendations.

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Copenhagen: Guided Segway Tour with Live Commentary

7. Copenhagen: Guided Segway Tour with Live Commentary

Take a 1 or 2-hour Segway tour of Copenhagen and experience the city via a unique mode of transport that is both fun and great for the environment. The 2-wheeled, self-balancing vehicles are easy to use. You will have live commentary all the way through the tour via wireless helmet headsets linked directly to your expert guide. They will share a unique perspective on what life is like in one of the world’s most livable cities. Set out to experience one of the most environmentally friendly destinations in the world first-hand. Glide through the city’s vibrant streets on an eco-friendly Segway alongside cyclists and pedestrians. Enjoy the cool breeze on your face as you take in the stunning architecture, and views of the harbor front. Before you begin settle in at the conveniently located office within the heart of the inner city. Inside you'll find a quiet, spacious, and beautiful indoor track where you will get familiar with driving a Segway before taking to the streets. Choose between either a 1 or 2-hour option. The 2 hour option is the most popular, as you get to cover 80% of all the sights Copenhagen has on offer. See the sculpture of The Little Mermaid, settle in at Amalienborg - The Royal Palace, and learn everything worth knowing about why Danes are considered some of the happiest people at The Parliament at Christiansborg Palace, among other fun and interesting stories. You can expect to experience The Old Stock Exchange, Nyhavn, the Gefion Fountain and the Game of Thrones worthy Citadel. The 1 hour option feature some of these places but not all of them. You will still get to visit the picturesque Nyhavn, Strøget, The Parliament - Christiansborg Palace, small cute hidden alleyways and the stunning Old Stock Exchange while you also get to ride in captivating green havens. No matter what you choose, a Segway tour is a really great way to get your bearings over Copenhagen and guests often comment that it as a must-do early in your visit. Plus you’ll be able to get so much closer to the sights than cars and busses can while you experience the city in a cool and fun way. Of course you will also be able to stop at some of the largest sights for photo opportunities, where you’re most welcome to ask your guide about anything you like. The tour ends, conveniently, right next to the main pedestrian street Strøget. You will receive a well-deserved souvenir and a complimentary beverage. You can then rent a bike, store your luggage for free for the day, or buy some fast-track Tivoli Tickets to continue the fun. Make sure to ask your guide for 1-on-1 recommendations. Just remember, all these tours include photo stops and only consist of small groups for your comfort and safety.

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Copenhagen: 3-Hour Culinary Bike Tour

8. Copenhagen: 3-Hour Culinary Bike Tour

You will meet up with your guide at a central meeting point in the city. From here, you will get settled in your comfortable, stylish, and easy-to-handle bicycle, as you let your guide lead the way to the first stop just around the corner. Here, you will start off by having a traditional Danish fish-meatball, followed by a delicious Danish chocolate dessert called Flødebolle. You can enjoy riding on some of the best urban bike lanes of the world, while riding on to the next spot for an award-winning hot dog in true Danish fashion. Your guide will entertain with some storytelling while you enjoy the food, afterwards you will head over to the trendy area of Islands Brygge, where you will enjoy some delicious Danish Pastries while enjoying the harbor view. This is followed up by a visit to the historic Meat Packing District area, which today is home to a number of hip restaurants and food stores. It will then be time for a stop at Mikkeller, where you will enjoy a beer tasting in one of the best beer bars in the city. You will eventually end your tour by trying out the traditional Danish Smørrebrød, which are open faced sandwiches made with the freshest ingredients you can find.

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Shore Excursion - 1 or 2-Hour Segway Cruise

9. Shore Excursion - 1 or 2-Hour Segway Cruise

Imagine going from an Ocean Cruise to a City Cruise! See all the best sights Copenhagen has to offer in just 1 or 2 hours on this fun and guided Segway Tour. As Denmark's only officially authorized Segway Tour Operator, the company only uses the latest Segway Models, a hi-fi radio system (so you can hear the live commentary from your guide), and great experienced guides. A Segway is a remarkable self-balancing, 2-wheel, zero-emmission mode of transportation. It uses a gyroscope to detect your movements: lean forward to drive, lean backwards to stop or slow down, and control the directions with the handlebar. It really is that simple. You'll begin your Segway Experience at the Langelinie Cruise Terminal where you'll be checked in and collect your radio and helmets. Then your guide will take you to a spacious training behind the store, where you'll get individual training and get practice before setting off to see the city.  Haven't tried a Segway before? Don't worry! You'll pick it up it in a couple of minutes.    The Segway tour will start along the pier where no traffic or cars are allowed. On this stretch, you will experience sights such as The Little Mermaid, The Royal Palace and Kastellet. The 1-hour tour is an intense, fast and fun way to see the city, and will take you all the way to Nyhavn and back. You will see more than 10 of the major sights in the city. The 2 hour tour - which is the most popular one - will take you further into the city center to explore iconic sights such as the parliament, but you'll also get a local experience off the beaten track through the cute and quirky streets of Copenhagen, taking in all its beautiful architecture and everyday life. On this tour there is a small break half-way through in the 'Hyggelige' Cafe in the Royal Danish Theater. Here, there are some exclusive offers, if you wish to make use of them. Both tours end back at Langelinie Pier with some organic complimentary beverages and a small Segway souvenir. 

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Copenhagen: 3-Hour Private Walking Tour

10. Copenhagen: 3-Hour Private Walking Tour

Avoid the restricted schedules of group sightseeing tours and see the sights of Copenhagen at your own pace on a 3-hour private walking tour. Marvel at historic monuments such as City Hall and the Lur Blowers monument. Stroll over to Tivoli Gardens to look at the famous park from the outside. Walk the cobblestone street of Magstraede, and discover the seat of the Danish Parliament at Christiansborg Castle. Learn the story of Bishop Absalon, who founded Copenhagen in the 12th century. Look in the store windows of Stroget, the oldest shopping street in the world. See stunning examples of 17th-century architecture on Kongens Nytorv, including the Royal Danish Theatre and Hotel d’Angleterre, one of the first deluxe hotels in the world.  Admire the colorful houses of the waterside neighborhood of Nyhavn, watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony outside Amalienborg Palace, and marvel at the impressive dome of the Marble Church (Frederik's Church) in Frederiksstaden. Upgrade your tour to the option which also includes an entrance ticket to the Amalienborg.

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What people are saying about Copenhagen

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 415 reviews

Jeff was wonderful! He was so informative and we feel like we learned so much about Copenhagen and Denmark and got to experience some amazing food (and Denmark has great food). I would highly recommend this tour and Jeff!

Simon was a wonderful guide. He was very well spoken and easy to understand. His walking pace was a bit high for my taste, but that is the only thing I could suggest as far as improvement. Thanks Simon!

Great 2 hours with Jordi! He was able to tailor our first couple hours in Copenhagen to exactly what we needed! We highly recommend this for first time visitors.

Engaged and engaging guide Alex gave us a whistlestop tour of Danish history

Very informative tour, friendly tour guide and driver, I would recommend :)