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Copenhagen: Guided 2 Hour E-Bike Tour

1. Copenhagen: Guided 2 Hour E-Bike Tour

Arrive 10 min prior to tour start to meet your guide and get familiar with the e-bike. You will get your helmet and radio system so you can hear your guide while cycling - this also ensures you see as much as possible in just 2 hours. Your guide will take you to the most iconic places in the Copenhagen including The Little Mermaid, Nyhavn, Amalienborg Palace, Gefion Fountain and much more! There will also be a short stop at the unique Freetown Christiania where you can roam around on your own. Please note your guide will not accompany you in here as it is not allowed for out-side guides. So you will get a chance to experience this oasis in the city on your very own. Grab a coffee in one of the many cafes and soak up the atmosphere of Christiania - which is unlike any other place in Copenhagen! You will also cross the cycle bridges and on the e-bike you can cover as much in 2 hours as you could on a 3-hour normal bike tour. Also the radio system ensures for a smooth ride so your guide can speak while driving. Each bike also has a basket so you can store small items while on the tour. The E-Bike is a Danish designed cycle with 7 gears, cruise control and a speed of up to 30km/hour. You will both get sightseeing and fun in one tour! If you wish to bring the children there are two add-on options: 1) Child Seat - this holds a child up to 8 years old 2) Cargo Trailer - this holds two children up to 8 years old No heavy peddling or struggles to keep up with the group - just get on your e-bike, follow your guide and enjoy Copenhagen!

Copenhagen: Old Town Guided Walking Tour

2. Copenhagen: Old Town Guided Walking Tour

Looking for the charm of Copenhagen that hides behind cozy street corners where a plethora of quaint, creaky buildings give tribute to a bygone era? Search no further! These old remnants of the city are like finding a needle in a haystack, you have to know where to look. On this small-group tour of Copenhagen's old town, travel back in time and be enchanted as you follow in the footsteps of Copenhagen’s historical roots, revealing the hidden treasures of the city. Walking back through history, you start off by taking a look at Rådhusplatsen, home to Copenhagen City Hall. A step further back in time will bring you to the squares Nytorv and Gammeltorv. You'll journey past the Church of Our Lady (also known as Copenhagen Cathedral), where an Australian commoner became a Crown Princess; look up to the stars like astronomers have done from atop The Round Tower, and take in the colorful facades of the houses surrounding the historical hangout Gråbrødretorv. If you have a sweet tooth like many Danes, you'll enjoy the visit to the Bolsje factory. Before your walking tour ends enjoy a short walk along the main shopping streets, weaving our way in and out of secret alleys that will bring you to a view of Slotsholme. With the impressive Christiansborg Palace, Slotsholmen is a hot spot for both royalty and politicians. There it is, your Copenhagen Old Town Walk – short, sweet and complete.

Copenhagen: Guided Walking Tour

3. Copenhagen: Guided Walking Tour

After gathering with your guide at Copenhagen Central Station, exit in the direction of Tivoli Gardens. Whilst there, visit the most beautiful highlights of Copenhagen. These highlights may vary according to your preferences and the guide's itinerary. Some of the highlights you encounter are Tivoli (outside), the City Hall, Ny Torv and Gammel Torv, Copenhagen's Cathedral, Strøget, Christiansborg Castle, the Old Stock Exchange, the Round Tower, Rosenborg Castle, Nyhavn, and Amalienborg Castle.

Copenhagen: 3-Hour Private Walking Tour

4. 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.

Copenhagen: 2-Hour Private Walking Tour

5. Copenhagen: 2-Hour Private Walking Tour

Get an introduction to Copenhagen on a private 2-hour walking tour that is perfect for first-time visitors and those on a tight schedule. Discover where the young people spend their time at the University of Copenhagen campus buildings. Visit the seat of the Danish Parliament at the historical Christiansborg Palace on Slotsholmen islet, and see where the longest outdoor bar in Copenhagen can be found in the Nyhavn area. Check out the marble church, neighbor to Amalienborg Palace, home of Queen Margarethe II, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary. Finish the inner-city tales of this private walk by the waterside at Kongens Nytorv, where you're just a couple of minutes walk from Nyhavn, one location to pick up a canal tour (if you haven't done so already, now's the time).

Copenhagen: Private and Professional Photo Shoot

6. Copenhagen: Private and Professional Photo Shoot

On this photo shoot you’ll experience Copenhagen with a local professional photographer who will capture stunning images of you against some of the city’s most spectacular backdrops. You’ll find the photo-documentary approach to be unobtrusive and natural, and perfect for capturing special occasions or simply the everyday moments of your trip. Photo sessions are held in some of the city’s most picturesque neighborhoods. The most popular itineraries include: • Walking or drinking at the Nyhavn Harbor, surrounded by a rainbow backdrop of historic multi-colored houses. • Having fun at Tivoli Gardens or Bakken – the world’s oldest amusement parks. • Shopping in Strøget and soaking up the bustling atmosphere. • Packing a picnic and enjoying lunch in King’s Garden. You are also welcome to choose your own location so that your experience best suits your travelling style and personality.

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What people are saying about Strøget

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 252 reviews

Wonderfull trip through Kopenhagen. Afternoon hours and less traffic on the roads make a great experience for sightseeing the city from the bike. E-bikes provided by "Cykelland" were well maintained and comfortable allowing for smooth and tireless ride. In view of safety, we received helmets and headsets alloweing to listen our guide, Alex. We learned a lot about the city itself, people living in it and generally about Denmark.

Excellent excursion that shows Copenhagen. Our guide Stuart was fantastic. Very knowledgeable of the city. I recommend this excursion without hesitation. The meeting point is easy to find (central station opposite the TIVOLI exit) Only negative point, the guide was not identified at the meeting point. No sign of Get your guide like flag or badge that clearly shows us where to go.

Our guide, Alia, was so lovely and a great source of information about the history of Copenhagen, its churches, architecture and culture. Our favorite part was seeing where Hans Christian Andersen wrote his fairly tails - from one tiny room preserved inside the famous Magasin department store! A walking tour is the best way to see any city - highly recommend this one!

Great overview of the city with lots of useful information. Fred, our tour guide, made the morning fun. He provided us lots of useful tips as well as making a great restaurant recommendation for lunch just after the tour finished.

Stuart was an excellent guide. He had answers to all of our questions and was able to be informative in a very friendly and amusing way.