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Tour Suggestions

 
There are many things to see in and around Copenhagen. There are the castles and palaces, such as Amalienborg Palace, the winter residence of Queen Margrethe II; Christiansborg Palace, which houses Parliament and the Queen's official Reception Rooms; Rosenborg Castle, with the Crown Jewels; and of course, Kronborg Castle in North Zealand, also known as Hamlet's Castle. Besides these historical sites, there are numerous things to do in this Scandinavian country - please see below.



 

The following are suggestions for tours and attractions:

Tours in Copenhagen

Some examples:

- Historical Copenhagen

- Contemporary Copenhagen

- Tours to Rosenborg Castle and Christiansborg Palace

- Museums

- Shops and restaurants 

- Tivoli

- Walking tours in the city centre.

Tours outside the city

Some examples:

- The castles of North Zealand

- The fishing village of Dragør

- Roskilde Cathedral and the Viking Ship Museum

- There are other options your guide can suggest to you.


Our guides know this area like the back of their hands. They can show you our heritage or the modern, Scandinavian capital of Denmark. They know where to take the children for an exciting day out, or where you can enjoy yourself in the evening. Take a guided tour in Tivoli and see the lights and fun this city is famous for. All you have to do is:

Contact a guide
using the search box on the left. Guides belonging to the Association are skilled in planning and arranging tours by coach, on foot, or by bike. Please check the list of guides under Find Your Guide on the left for languages and areas of special interest. Besides standard tours, many of our guides have acquired areas of special interest. Please also see the box on Other Tours on the left for inspiration.

Or send an email or call us if you wish to contact the Association of Authorised Tourist Guides directly. Please use the tab Contact Us at the top of the page or the information supplied at the bottom of the page.

updated : December 2012
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DK-1165 Copenhagen C.
Telephone: +45-33113310