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Kastellet, Copenhagen

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Copenhagen: Private Full-Day City Tour with Food Tastings

1. Copenhagen: Private Full-Day City Tour with Food Tastings

Explore Copenhagen on this private full-day tour with a guide. Admire the city's culture, history, gastronomy, architecture, and pioneering social and urban development. Combine the highlights of the city with hidden spots that only a local can show you. From the iconic Round Tower to the oldest streets and corners of Copenhagen's old town. Meet your guide at the central fountain in Kultorvet Square and begin your tour of Copenhagen. Visit Christiansborg Palace, the former Royal residence and now the headquarters of the Danish Parliament. Enjoy a tasting of the Danish cuisine in its magnificent tower while having a privileged view of the city. Walk between canals on the island of Christianshavn. Visit the Church of Our Saviour, a baroque building famous for its spiral outdoor staircase. Explore Freetown Christiania, a community located in the heart of the Danish capital. Learn about this self-governing and independent community, where more than a thousand people live together in peace and away from social norms. After your visit to Christianshavn, relax by the canal and watch the boats as they pass by in the colorful port of Nyhavn, one of Copenhagen's more famous travel destinations. Then visit Rosenborg Castle, King's Gardens, and the Marble Church. Make your last food-tasting stop for a Danish pastry. Savor your delicious pastry and have a coffee before visiting Amalienborg, the official residence of the Kings of Denmark. From the gardens, you can admire an architectural gem on the other side of the canal, the Copenhagen Opera House. Go along the river and see the Kastellet, a fortress built in the 17th century. Visit the Gefion Fountain, a symbol of the history of the Danish capital, where you can make a wish. Your last stop is the Little Mermaid, a symbol that represents Copenhagen. Before saying goodbye, your guide will take you to the train or boat station to make sure you can get back to the city center without any problems.

Copenhagen: Highlights & Secrets Private Walking Tour

2. Copenhagen: Highlights & Secrets Private Walking Tour

Discover the magic of Copenhagen on a private walking tour with a local guide. Experience Copenhagen's culture, history, incredible modern architecture, and pioneering social and urban development. Combine the highlights of the city with hidden spots that only a local can show you. Stroll the narrow streets of Old Town, the colorful port of Nyhavn, and Admire St. Nicholas Church (now the Contemporary Art Center). Walk around Kongens Nytorv, the favorite meeting place of the Danish people to observe their relaxed lifestyle. Wander the gardens of Rosenborg Castle and Amalienborg Palace, the residence of the kings of Denmark. See the incredible Marble Church, learn about its fascinating history, and taste a Danish pastry inside a traditional pastry shop. Visit the canals and the Gefion Fountain, the entrance to the old Kastellet fortress. See the famous statue that represents the symbol of Copenhagen and the most visited monument in Denmark: The Little Mermaid. From the endpoint of the tour, your guide will accompany you to the nearest station if you're in need of assistance and will offer insights and tips to make the most of your visit to Copenhagen.

Copenhagen: E-Scooter Private City Highlights Tour

3. Copenhagen: E-Scooter Private City Highlights Tour

The newest trend in sightseeing has come to Copenhagen: The E-Scooter Guided Tour! This is such a fun and new way to explore Copenhagen's beautiful sights. The tour is private meaning you will have the guide exclusively for you and your group. On this private tour you will start out with a quick demonstration on how the Electrical scooter operates - it is super easy and only takes a few minutes to get familiar with. You will exclusively be driving on the well-known American e-scooter brand: Bird. Enjoy the smooth and easy ride on its unique and sleek aluminium chassis. Your guide will provide you with helmets and a radio system so you can hear the stories as you zoom through the city. E-Scooters follow the cycle laws in Denmark which means ample of cruising on the cycle paths in a safe and fun manner! This is a great combo of sightseeing, fun scooter riding and also has a short cafe stop midway through. One of the first stops is actually a hidden gem and you will not only see ONE mermaid on the tour, you will see TWO! From then on you will explore all the famous sights in Copenhagen including The Royal Palace (Amalienborg), The Marble Church, The Opera House, Nyhavn (New Haven), the Gefion Fountain, The Citadel (Kastellet) - not to mention all the hidden gems and stories your guide will show you along the route! In Copenhagen, Electrical scooters go by the cycle law so the safety aspect of the tour is always prioritised. About halfway through the tour there is a cafe stop at The Royal Theatre - right at the epi-center of Copenhagen King's New Square (Kongens Nytorv) where you can enjoy the famous Danish pastries and coffee if you wish (no purchase necessary but they do have some special prices exclusively for you!). The private kickscooter tour is an informal tour with emphasis on seeing the city in a fun and new manner! You will hear about all the sights you pass and really get familiarised with the city. There will be photo stops along the tour also. Perfect tour for families and friends just wishing to spice it up! Please note that helmets are mandatory by law. There must be at least one participant over the age of 18 on the tour Minimum age: 12 years Maximum weight: 90kg

Copenhagen: 2-Hour Private Walking Tour of Must-See Sights

4. Copenhagen: 2-Hour Private Walking Tour of Must-See Sights

The tour begins at the steps in front of the Royal Danish Theatre on Kongens Nytorv where your guide will be waiting for you. One of the first stops will be at the colorful Nyhavn, the most-photographed place in Copenhagen. Journey down the gallery-filled Bredgade all the way to the impressive Frederik's Church, the Amalienborg Palace, and the Copenhagen Opera House. Reach the Amalienborg Palace in time to enjoy the Changing of the Guard ceremony and wave to Her Highness if she is home. Take a stroll down the car-free zone along the promenade with so much to see, including the I Am Queen Mary statue, the Royal Danish Playhouse, the Ofelia Plads, the Maritime Monument, and much more. You will soon reach the most famous lady of Denmark: The Little Mermaid. Hear the true fairytale as written by Danish author Hans Christian Andersen and see where he lived for over 20 years of his life. At the waterfront, you'll also experience the lovely Greenland Monument and can sneak a kiss on the love steps if you wish to seal a relationship. Peak through the Kastellet, a military site from the 1600s that is still active, and walk on the embankment of the pentagon-shaped fortress giving you a great view of Copenhagen to end the tour.

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What people are saying about Kastellet, Copenhagen

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Very nice visit off the beaten track. Lesley is a guide who knows Copenhagen very well. Masters the history of the city and the region. She is very friendly. You want to know more and in no time, Lesley is the best guide for that. I recommend his company without hesitation.

Very nice and friendly guide who had knowledge about the most things in Copenhagen.