A private tour for your group up to 20 people for 3 hours. This is a prepaid walking tour showing you the highlights of Copenhagen.
Itinerary to do in Copenhague
This tour is 3 hours long and is flexible with what you want to see the most! We are happy to consider requests for starting point, ending point and other details to make your walking tour in Copenhagen memorable and unique to your group. Generally we start at the Town Hall Square and finish at Amalienborg Palace. We will visit Parliament and learn about the history of Copenhagen and what it is like living in the Danish capital city. Our local guides are happy to provide recommendations for museums, restaurants, cafes and activities that will make you truly feel the "hygge" that all Danes live for! Book a tour with us if you are interested in learning more about Danish architecture, design, history, interesting facts and fun stories about one of the bustling harbor among the Baltic trading ports. Let us show you why Denmark often tops the happiest nation in the world and why Copenhagen is often rated as one of the most livable cities!
Highlights to see in Private Tour in Copenhagen
Guide in Spanish and English
Group 1-20 pax (Privado 03:00 horas): 250.00 €
Availability and starting time
Check your date on the calendar on the right, or on the Book button!
When to book?
You can reserve up to 48 hours before the activity
Cancel free up to 2 days before the activity and receive a full refund.
Look for the guides with green umbrellas and green nametags.
Flexible meeting and end point
Tickets to visit inside the monuments
meals and drinks
Puerto de Copenhage - EN
How to book?
Limited availability. Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability. Choose date and fill in the required fields. Secure and protected payment. You will immediately receive your booking confirmation.
Super safe route! COVID-19 efforts
Our route takes the recommendations and key considerations of security and protection against Coronavirus.
Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Only the exterior of the named sites
Is the tour adapted for people with reduced mobility?