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the best way to fall in love with the wonderful city of Copenhagen

Tour the city of Copenhagen in a new manner: be in the middle of the action instead of just nearby. Much better than walking, you come round a long way, see lots of things and meet interesting people. Don't be afraid of the Segways, your tour guide will explain everything and help you along. It's just great!

Copenhagen: Guided Segway Tour with Live Commentary Reviewed by Anonymous, 22/06/2014

Great way to see a lot of landmarks in a little time and loads of fun!

One fifty something and two thirty something ladies had a blast zipping all over Copenhagen while listening to our guide the entire time throught the headsets in our helmets. Guide made sure we were all comfortable with the operation of the segways before we started out.

It was really nice to be able to eat the food of Copenhagen

I liked that I was able to eat a variety of food, including the native lunch of Denmark (smorrebod) since I would not otherwise be able to afford it. There was a nice variety, interesting people I met and of course there was desert.

Copenhagen 2.5-Hour Food Tour Reviewed by Celestina, 05/06/2017

Great opportunity to taste local foods with a very interesting guide

Our guide Martin was fantastic in sharing lots of details and information both about the history of Copenhagen and Danish traditions. The visit was very initersting with an insight into Danish food and drink.

Copenhagen 2.5-Hour Food Tour Reviewed by Anonymous, 01/10/2017

Fun way to see Copenhagen. Segway is fun enough by itself too.

I wish I can take my 13 year old son, who would love this experience. I wish the web site is more clear where is the starting point. We had to go through FAQ to find it, but this info should be more up-front.