Copenhagen Free Walking Tours
Do you want to know Copenhagen better? Copenhagen Free Walking Tours might help. Just look for the neon green or yellow umbrellas!
With Copenhagen Free Walking Tours, you get a chance to see more of Copenhagen. On your first full day in Copenhagen, a walking tour is a great idea. The Grand Tour of Copenhagen helps you to know the City better.
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The tour guides are entertaining and knowledgeable and offer insight into Danish living, choice phrases and practical tips. They are also very happy to help you with any questions you may have. Although it is a free walking tour, you can tip the guides. They receive no salary, yet they work hard to provide the best tours each day. Tip if you enjoy the tour. We know you will!
Copenhagen Free Walking Tours offer three different tours in Copenhagen.
The Grand Tour of Copenhagen is a three-hour tour which includes a 20 to 30-minute break for a bite to eat. The tour starts every day at 11:00 and 15:00 from the Town Hall Square (Rådhuspladsen). It ends at Amalienborg Palace.
This tour gives you basic knowledge of Copenhagen’s history and the Danish society, spiced with amusing anecdotes. You will visit the Danish Parliament, Copenhagen’s oldest street, Kongens Nytorv, Nyhavn, and Amalienborg Palace. At the Palace, you might be just in time to see the Queen or the changing of the guard.
The Christianshavn Tour is a 90-minute tour, which starts every day at 16:00. The tour begins at Bishop Absalon Equestrian Statue at Højbro Plads and ends at the entrance to Christiania.
This tour takes you to Christianshavn. Walk on cobblestone streets while admiring the unique architecture, learn about Copenhagen canals’ history and experience Christiania.
The Classical Copenhagen Tour is a 90-minute tour which starts at 12:00 Saturdays and Sundays from Bishop Absalon Equestrian Statue at Højbro Plads. The tour ends at Torvehallerne near Nørreport Station.
This tour takes you to some of the historic buildings in Copenhagen including The Round Tower (Rundetårn) and Rosenborg Castle. They recount eye-opening tales about crazy kings, bloody wars, and political scandals. The tour ends at Torvehallerne at around 13:30, just in time for lunch. Velbekomme!
Getting Around in Copenhagen and Denmark
It's to get around in Denmark. Buses, trains, Metro, harbour boats and bikes are available. Bridges are great because they link you to different parts of the city and at times you can avoid the busy roads and the traffic by riding across the waterways.