Copenhagen City Hall: Our most recommended tours and activities
1. Copenhagen: Self-Guided Audio Tour
Avoid the restricted schedules of organized walking tours and explore Copenhagen at your own pace. Famous for its churches, castles and colorful houses, the walkable city is waiting for you to discover. Download a lively MP3 audio tour and fully detailed map to use on your personal device at leisure. Be led through the city center and learn its rich history and fascinating lifestyle. Meet legendary characters, such as Hans Christian Andersen, writer of The Little Mermaid. See decadent palaces and grand halls, the impressive Frederik's Church – popularly known as the Marble Church – and the residence of the Danish Royal Family at Amalienborg Palace. Linger at City Hall and the 17th-century Rundetaarn (Round Tower). Go to Rosenborg Castle and the Royal Danish Theater. Look at the equestrian statue of Absalon on Højbro Plads and marvel at Christiansborg Palace. Pass the Danish Jewish Muse...
Was worried travelling on my own that I might have difficulty in negotiating the map but found it super easy and the tour had just the right amount of content that was interesting and entertaining without being boring. I recommend doing this tour when you visit this beautiful city.
2. Copenhagen: 2-Hour City Walking Tour
Explore the historic sights and neighborhoods of Copenhagen on a comprehensive city walk, and marvel at monuments such as Christiansborg Palace, and Amalienborg Palace, Home to the queen of Denmark. Ideal for those with limited time in the Danish capital, or for those that want to get their bearings before a more detailed trip. Marvel at the vast public space where concerts and celebrations are frequently held. Continue along the main shopping street of Ströget, and look in the windows of luxury boutiques and high street stores. Next, go to the islet of Slotsholmen to see the impressive Christiansborg Palace, seat of the Danish Parliament (Folketinget), Danish Prime Minister's Office, and Supreme Court of Denmark. Along the way, experience everyday life in the city and learn about local customs. Take a quick look at the colorful canal-side townhouses of Nyhavn (New Harbour), and look ...
Silte , My guide was extremly knowledgeable, interesting but also with a good sense of humour and a feeling for people. As I am a guide and tour leader myself I recognize the qualities of a good guide - and she is more than good , she is excellent. I enjoyed My tour a lot and learned a lot about Copenhagen, despite the fact that it was far from the first time I visited the city.
3. Copenhagen: 4-Hour 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.
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What people are saying about Copenhagen City Hall
We were on a bowling tour with the Aida and booked the excursion privately. The city tour was very informative and very well organized. The tour guide was nice, funny and it was really a great tour. Would always book this tour again.
It was an interesting hike where I also got to learn a lot about the history of the city. Also got tips on museums to visit, affordable restaurants etc.
Informative and entertaining city tour with Silke! A highlight of our Copenhagen trip !!!
Very interesting tour. Our three teenagers also loved it. Again and again!!!
a lot of good information also about the history of Denmark