Grand Tour of Copenhagen
Tour: 8 hour private city tour with your personal tour guide, chauffeur and first class vehicle Mercedes V class minivan for up to 6 people.
Included in your tour is
• Certified Tour Guide and chauffeur service for 8 hours, hrs. 9-17
• Entrance fees to attractions in your program below
• Lunch, try a traditional Danish “pølse”
• Complimentary water in your vehicle
Itinerary with attractions and approx.. times – to your private experience.
9:00 – Pick up from your hotel lobby, begin the tour with your guide and chauffeur
9:15 – Visit the Little Mermaid statue, from here a short walk to see
9:30 – Experience Gefion Fountain
9:45 – Amalienborg Palace, home to our Queen & Royal family
10:00 – Visit Rosenborg Castle and here we take an inside tour
11:00 – Stop at Torvehallerne high-end food market, where you can buy small snack if you like
11:20 – Visit Vor Frue Kirke (Our Lady Church)
11:35 – Experience Gammel Torv and Domhuset (Old Town Square and City Hall)
Walk through Old Town – Paustian / Gråbrodre Torv / Round Tower / Højbro Plads
12:15 – Quick lunch – you will try a traditional Danish pølse / hot dog – organic.
12:45 – Tour Christiansborg Palace, including the Gardens and the Black Diamond building with library
13:15 – Take an inside tour of Christiansborg Palace (home to our government)
14:15 – Drive to Amager and see the Opera House, if open we will go inside also.
15:00 – Christiania freetown – see description of the freetown below
15:30 – Tour the Danish Design Museum, inside visit
16:15 – Drive to Strøget shopping street and where Philip will point out the best shops and restaurants
17:00 – Return to Nimb hotel – private Grand Tour of Copenhagen is completed
Note: These timings are approximate and may vary depending on the pace of the tour and any unforeseen circumstances.
Program can be tailored and adjusted to your wishes and needs, this is only a suggetion.
What is Christiania Freetown, also known simply as Christiania, is a self-proclaimed autonomous neighbourhood located in the Christianshavn area of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is known for its alternative culture and liberal attitudes, and is a popular tourist attraction.
Christiania was founded in 1971 by a group of hippies who occupied an abandoned military base in the Christianshavn area. They established a community based on the principles of freedom, self-determination, and sustainability.
Today, Christiania is home to about 1,000 residents who live in a variety of houses, apartments, and communes. The community has its own set of rules and regulations, which are enforced by a committee of residents.
Christiania is known for its colourful houses, street art, and artisanal crafts. It is also home to a number of small businesses, including restaurants, cafes, and music venues. The community is known for its relaxed and laid-back atmosphere and is a popular spot for visitors to wander and explore.
Overall, Christiania is a unique and fascinating community that offers a glimpse into an alternative way of life. It is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Copenhagen.