During this walking tour through Copenhagen you will experience many sights such as Amaliehaven Square, where the Queen’s Castle is located. Near the Amalienborg Palace, you’ll reach the Nyhavn canals. Nyhavn was previously the sailors’ quarter, but has been converted into a fashionable promenade with excellent restaurants and bars. You cross the New King’s Square where the Royal Theatre is located and proceed to medieval Copenhagen where the cobble-stoned streets, half-timbered houses, and narrow courtyards still dominate. En route you pass Christiansborg Castle, housing the Danish Government, before strolling back into the cosy narrow pedestrian streets again.booking page
Discover the beauty of Copenhagen on this enjoyable excursion that combines sightseeing with a visit to one of the city’s most attractive locations: Rosenborg Castle. This 400-year-old Renaissance castle was built by Christian IV. On this tour you can travel back in time and get a sense of royal life through the possessions of Christian IV and his heirs. Afterwards the tour will take you to see the Little Mermaid, Amalienborg Palace, the Church of Holmen, the Old Stock Exchange and Nyhavn.booking page
This City and canal tour of the Capital of Denmark, will take you through the history from the oldest parts of the Queen’s City of Copenhagen to the most exiting new expressions of modern architecture and design. You will see 16th century historic buildings such as the Old Stock Exchange with its unique spire of three intertwinning dragon tails, the charming Holmen Church and the old colorful and lively harbor of Nyhavn. 50 min.cruise included through the picturesque canals of Copenhagen, where you will see the city from the sea side passing by the Little Mermaid, Christiansborg Palace, the old harbor area Nyhavn and the charming area around the Christianshavn Canal.booking page
The Viking Ship Museum is both a museum, a research institution and an active boatyard. On the basis of the discovery of five Viking ships in Roskilde Fjord, the museum present the Vikings' maritime culture, their shipping, ship building, craftsmanship, voyages, trade and the significance of the ships for Viking society. Both indoors in the Viking Ship Hall, which contains the five Skuldelev ships, and outdoors in the workshops and at the boatyard, the story is told of the museum's archaeological, historical and practical work with the ships.
The tour includes a visit to the UNESCO world heritage Roskilde Cathedral. Roskilde Cathedral is the burial church of the Danish monarchy housing almost 40 royal graves from the Viking king Harold Bluetooth, who christened the Danes in the 10th century to Margrethe 2. the current queen of Denmark who is preparing her own future burial place.booking page
This tour will give you a chance to admire the preferred countryside for the Danish Kings and Queens for centuries. It takes you along the beautiful Danish Riviera, to the city of Ellsinore with a visit to the Kronborg Castle– also known as Hamlet's Castle, from the setting for Shakespeare's famous play “Hamlet”.
Next you will drive through beautiful countryside to Fredensborg Castle – the summer residence of the Royal Family. Here you will have a short photo stop before you continue to the city of Hilleroed, where you visit the Frederiksborg Castle. Built in 17th century, this pearl of history in the magnificent Dutch Renaissance style with a touch of baroque, is now a national historical museum containing treasures of painting, tapestry, porcelain, silver, furniture.booking page