On a walk along Copenhagen's canals, you pass by the entire centuries-old history of the Danish kingdom, captured in the architecture of cityscapes. You will see the bright houses of New Harbor, greet the Little Mermaid, learn about the traditions and customs of the mysterious Danes, and appreciate the cozy beauty of Northern Paris. Individual excursion for 1-5 people Duration 2 hours Children Allowed with children How it goes On a boat Rating 5 by 12 reviews € 130 per excursion Price for 1-5 people, regardless of the number of participants
What awaits you
Who are the Danes We will meet at the Town Hall Square and walk to New Harbor along the atmospheric pedestrian street Stroge. On the way, we will slowly figure out who the Danes are, how modern Denmark earns and why the locals love their queen. At the monument to the founder of Copenhagen, we will trace how a fishing village of the 12th century turned into a trading center in Scandinavia. And on a boat trip, you can look into the windows of Copenhagenes, feel the aromas of local cuisine as you float past countless cafes, and get to know Danish traditions and customs
Copenhagen symbols from the water In the vibrant and photogenic New Harbor, we transfer to a pleasure boat and explore Copenhagen's waterways. You will sail across the 3 islands of the capital and from an unusual angle you will see its sights: colorful houses, in one of which lived the storyteller Andersen, the buildings of the Stock Exchange and the National Bank, the Marble Church and Christiansborg Palace, the opera house and the marvelous Amalienborg palace ensemble. I will introduce you to the key places of the city: I will tell you about Holmen Island, Black Diamant Library, quarters of the Old City and the symbol of Copenhagen - the charming Little Mermaid.
Tickets for a pleasure boat are paid separately on the spot: about 13 euros per person.
The excursion starts at the Town Hall Square. You will find out the exact meeting point immediately after booking.