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Explore the main sightseeings and great castles around the beautiful Copenhagen. Number of people: 2 (price for ½ DBL) = 2500 euro per person (Excluding Carlsberg museum – 2330 euro per person)



Type of tour:

8-day Tour


All Year


on request

Number of people:



192 hours


Day 1
Arrival to Copenhagen. Private transfer to the hotel. Check-in to the hotel 4*. Free time.

Day 2
Breakfast in hotel.
Enjoy Wonderful Copenhagen while we get around the city by car. We pick you up at your hotel and start our tour at the statue of the Little Mermaid- the famous symbol of Copenhagen. Then we drive along the old district of the city- Nyboder, the oldest town houses in Europe, built by king Christian the 4th. Our next stop is the magnificent Gefion fountain and the Citadel. We then stop at the Royal Residence-Amalienborg Palace and see the Marble Church and the Russian orthodox church.
Then we get to the Nyhavn channel and walk a little along its picturesque old houses, where H.C.Andersen, the famous Danish fairy-tale writer lived. The next stop is at the very heart of Copenhagen- Christiansborg Palace, the seat of the Danish Parliament and the official royal chambers. Here you will also see the wonderful building of the Stock Exchange and the Naval church. We also drive to the oldest part of the city where you will see one of the oldest taverns, the Cathedral of Copenhagen, the old building of the University and the famous Round tower. We then pass by the National museum, see the New Carlsberg Glyptotek building, which houses a wonderful collection of sculptures, see the Tivoli gardens and come to the City Hall Square, from which the famous pedestrian street Strøget starts. We also get to the island of Amager and see the famous district of Christianshavn and the Church of our Savior. Then we pass by the free state of Christiania (and if you wish, we can walk in it).

Night in a hotel.

Day 3
Breakfast in hotel
Walk in the footsteps of Hans Christian Andersen
Copenhagen- the city where H.C.Andersen lived and where he wrote most of his fairy tales. During this tour we will walk in the footsteps of H.C.Andersen and see where he lived, when his first fairy tale was published, where he liked to get a cup of coffee with the famous Danish pastry and where he came to enjoy his “smørrebrød”. We shall walk the same streets he once walked and you will feel the same atmosphere of the crooked back streets and charming squares, old courtyards and churches. You will have a stroll in the King’s gardens, where he also liked to walk and where he found inspiration for one of his famous fairy tales. We’ll pass by the Royal Residence and try to guess in what fairy tale he described it. The tour starts at the City Hall Square.

Night in a hotel.

Day 4
Breakfast in hotel
Excursion to Rosenborg Castle (entrance tickets are included). Meet your guide in the lobby of your hotel.
It is no wonder that the Rosenborg Castle is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Copenhagen. Built about 400 years ago by king Christian the 4th as a summer residence, now in the centre of old Copenhagen, the castle is turned into the royal museum of the Danish monarchy. It houses a unique collection of the royal jewels, still worn by Her Majesty the Queen of Denmark, and the crowns of the Danish kings, the royal regalia. Here you can also see wonderful collections of amber and ivory, furniture and pieces of art that belonged to the royal families.Walking in the castle you will learn a lot about the history of the Danish monarchy, its past and present. Every day at 11.30 the royal guards start from their quarters and march through the streets of Copenhagen to Amalienborg Palace.

In the afternoon, canal boat tour (without guide).
So if you are in Copenhagen with your friends or family, it is advisable to buy an ice cream and take a harbor tour. It is especially recommended to take the canal cruise in Copenhagen, if the sun is shining and the weather is good.
Duration: 1 hour Price: 30.00 Euro/per person.

Night in a hotel.

Day 5
Breakfast in hotel
Visit Carlsberg museum (it will be closed through 2019 – 2020). Entrance tickets are included.
Carlsberg is among the largest tourist attractions in Copenhagen and now you have the opportunity to get closer to the roots of Carlsberg, the history and the beer. The Old Carlsberg Brewery from 1847 has been converted into a modern centre for visitors covering 10,000 m². In the courtyard there is a smaller replica of the one which Carl Jacobsen donated to Copenhagen. Tour ends at the brewery bar. The unique displays and interactive exhibitions take you on a trip through the world’s largest collection of beer bottles, the history of beer, and the Carlsberg development. The tour also brings you through an award-winning stable, and a souvenir shop.

Till Carlsberg museum is closed it will be a free day for you.
Night in a hotel.

Day 6
Breakfast in hotel
Excursion to Roskilde by car. Meet your guide in the lobby of your hotel. Entrance tickets to the Cathedral are included.
Get in touch with your inner Viking with a trip to Roskilde. One of Denmark’s oldest and historically most important towns. It’s home to the imposing Roskilde Cathedral, Europe’s first brick-built Gothic cathedral and the final resting place for the country’s monarchs, with an impressive array of royal tombs in residence in the various chapels and, of course, the famous Roskilde festival. Here you’ll also find Vikingeskibsmuseet, the Viking ship museum, complete with the relics of five genuine Viking ships rescued from the nearby fjords, from warships to fishing vessels.

Night in a hotel.

Day 7
Breakfast in hotel
Excursion to Kronborg – Hamlet’s castle by car. Meet your guide in the lobby of your hotel. Entrance tickets to the castle are included.
There are few sites in the world where so much drama and history are gathered in one place. Here the cannon-surrounded fortress on the Danish coast merges with the luxurious Renaissance castle, unmatched in Northern Europe. Hamlet’s Castle is a world heritage site with soaring towers, a huge banqueting hall and damp casemates. We visit the Royal Chambers, the Councillor’s Hall with the seven tapestries, the church, and the Knight’s hall (the longest room in Northern Europe), the underground casemates and “Holger the Dane”.

Night in a hotel.

Day 8
Breakfast in hotel. Check – out. Transfer to Copenhagen airport.