Available until 10 September 2017
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours - Castles Tour and Hamlet
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours: Explore the picturesque countryside north of Copenhagen and its fairytale castles. This day trip will take you to the castle where the Hamlet lived and the stunning Frederiksborg Castle in the picturesque town of Hillerod. Come along for a fascinating experience – and don’t forget your camera. The Kronborg and Frederiksborg Castle combination is available together only with the Castle Tour ticket.
Depart the capital for Helsingor, Shakespeare’s Elsinore, and travel up the Riviera road, enjoying beautiful views of the Oresund Strait with the Swedish coast in the horizon. At Elsinore enter and experience the impressive Kronborg Castle, the setting of Shakespeare´s Hamlet. It was built between 1574 and 1585 to protect Danish interests and to collect tolls from ships passing through the narrow 4km-wide strait that separates the island of Zealand from Sweden. The castle has the longest banqueting hall and ballroom in northern Europe and is protected by a diamond-shaped moat and a four-pointed star-shaped defensive wall. After Kronborg, continue to the royal family’s spring and autumn residence, Fredensborg Castle, which was built in the Dutch baroque style. Pause here to take advantage of this wonderful photo opportunity.
Just a few minutes’ drive down the road from Fredensborg is the magnificent Frederiksborg Castle, which dominates the picture-postcard town of Hillerod. Visit the National History Museum’s royal art collection and awe-inspiring Chapel of Orders, which has a Dutch Renaissance exterior and a baroque rococo interior. The Italian-inspired baroque gardens have been recreated from 18th century designs.
Meeting/pick-up point: Vester Voldgade/Lavendelstræde.
Duration: Depends on the schedule you choose.
Start/opening time: At 10:30am.
End/closing time: At 5pm.
Languages: English.

Available until 31 March 2018
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours - City Sightseeing Copenhagen Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours: Discover cool, chic and cosmopolitan Copenhagen with this fantastic hop on-hop off hour-long bus tour. Hop aboard to discover Denmark’s capital, where cute canals, cobblestone streets and the cutting edge of European culture combine to make Copenhagen one of Europe’s most enjoyable and liveable cities. Copenhafen has it all: beautiful historical buildings, a fantastic café and restaurant scene and some of the world’s hippest design, and this bus tour is the ideal way to explore the city’s highlights.
With your Mermaid Tour ticket, visit the Amalienborg Palace, the luxurious winter home to the Danish royal family, where four identical classical buildings cluster round a huge octagonal courtyard. It was founded by King Frederic V, whose statue stands in the courtyard to this day. Swing by the Gefion Fountain, the impressive waterfront fountain showing the Norse goddess Gefion driving a herd of animals before her, where locals like to drop a coin for good luck. Delve into the gorgeously slick modern Royal Library or the stunning Botanical Gardens, both much-loved by Danes and visitors alike.
In the summer months you can also snap up an All Loops ticket, which includes a further two fantastic extra routes: the Carlsberg Tour and the Christiana Tour. These extra tours includes stops at the Tycho Brache Planetarium, the legendary Carlsberg Brewery and the Museum of Copenhagen. Whichever package you choose, you’ll enjoy an audio commentary available in nine languages, so you won’t miss a thing.
Meeting point: Radisson Royal Hotel on Vesterbrogade, opposite the Tivoli Gardens.
Duration: Ticket valid for 72 hours. Tour duration for the Mermaid Tour is 60 minutes, and for an All Loops ticket add 30 minutes for the Carlsberg Tour and 30 minutes for the Christiana Tour.
Start/opening time: 10.30am.
End/closing time: Last departure at 1.30pm.
Languages: Audio guides available in English, Danish, Swedish, German, Spanish, Russian, French, Italian, and for some departures only, Polish.
Others: Carlsberg Tour and Christiana Tour available May – September.

Available until 31 December 2017
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours - Cod and Flounder Fishing at Oresund
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours: Don’t flounder around, hurry up and book a thrilling cod and flounder fishing trip in the rich waters off the coast near Copenhagen. It’s a full day of rod and reel fun ideal for the whole family, who’ll love the opportunity to explore the beautiful Danish coast and hopefully hook a big one. Explore the beautiful blue waters of the Oresund strait that separates Denmark from Sweden, one of the busiest waterways in the world.
Make a day of it and come aboard your safe and modern captained fishing vessel. Head out to the fertile fishing grounds where cod and flounder flourish in abundance, and then bait your hook and prepare for an off-shore adventure! Rods and reels are provided, and even beginner anglers are bound to catch something with the captain’s expert guidance and sea-savvy will steer you straight. Keep your eyes peeled for some of the other fantastic wildlife that lives in the Oresund. Not everything comes with tails and scales, as there’s also rich birdlife and plenty of jellyfish too.
There’s also a cosy lounge area for wannabe Hemmingways to relax and unwind in between trying to reel in a whopper. You're guaranteed to fall for the Oresund Strait hook, line and sinker. So don’t let this fantastic tour be the one that got away: book early and enjoy a memorable fishing trip bobbing on the ocean blue.
Meeting / Pick-up point: Lautrupskaj, Kalkbrænderihavnen.
Duration: Seven hours.
Start/opening time: 8am.
Languages: English, Danish.
Others: Seven hours sea fishing, Danish fishing permit, leasing of rod and reel and bait are all included. Trip not suitable for children under 6.

Available until 17 September 2017
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours - Copenhagen Panorama Sightseeing
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours: Magical Copenhagen is a compact cosmopolitan city that has something for everyone. Join the Grand Tour of Copenhagen and get to know all of the major sights in one easy go with our convivial guide.
The pretty Danish capital has many an interesting tale not least of all that of The Little Mermaid. Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s famous fairytale, the statue of The Little Mermaid has gazed wistfully out to sea for the last 100 years and has become the most well known icon of the city. The tour will also take you to see the fabulous Gefion Fountain depicting yet another tale, this time of mythology and the creation of Copenhagen.
View the pretty harbour area with its colourful houses before passing on to grander things in the shape of the Amalienborg Palace. This magnificent Rococo style building dating from the 1700s is still the Royal Palace today and if the flag is flying you’ll know that the Monarch is in residence. Enjoy the opportunity to see the changing of the guard in all its splendour.
Moving on to more modern attractions, we pass the Tivoli Gardens famed for being the world’s second oldest amusement park. A great place for old and young alike, be sure to return and go wild on the rides, enjoy one of the many concerts or eat in one of the gourmet restaurants.
As we continue round, take note of the impressive Royal Theatre, the National Museum and the Ny Carsberg Glyptotek art museum if you’d like to delve further into the cultural side of the city. Alternatively, admire the history and architecture of the Old Stock Exchange or of the many wonderful churches we pass. Whatever your preference, this tour will be sure to give you an excellent introduction to this lovely city.
Meeting/pick-up point: Vester Voldgade by the City Hall Square.
Duration: 2 hours.
Start or opening time: At 11am.
Languages: English. Audioguide in English, German, Italian, Spanish, French, Russian, Chinese and Danish.

Available until 17 September 2017
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours - Copenhagen Panorama Sightseeing + Canal Tour
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours: Comb the canals and streets of Copenhagen with this city bus tour and cruise of this waterfront metropolis that spans all styles from medieval to cutting-edge modern. See all the major sights and attractions and learn about the history of this beautiful and fascinating city.
Pass the New Carlsberg Glyptotek, the art museum founded by the Carlsberg family. It displays ancient and modern art in a building that is a work of art itself. Check out the magnificent red brick façade in a Venetian Renaissance style. Next make a wish at the Gefion Fountain. The Norse goddess Gefjun drives a plough led by four beasts that supposedly represent her sons. Legend has it that together they ploughed so deeply that they pulled what is now the island of Zealand into the sea.
Continue to the Old Fish Market where the wives of fishermen came to sell their fish until 1958. Today, just one remains in the form of a statue of a stocky, bundled-up ‘fishwife’. Bid her adieu to board a canal boat to bob along through the bustling harbour.
Admire the tremendous number and variety of church spires along the skyline. Glide past historic fortifications and palaces until you come upon a famous little mermaid perched on a rock near the water. The bronze and granite sculpture recently celebrated its 100th birthday. You will see that the mermaid is still looking good, just like Copenhagen.
Duration: Bus - two-and-a-half hours; Boat - one hour.
Start or opening time: At 11am.
Languages: On the bus: Audio guide in English, German, Spanish, Italian, French, Russian, Polish, Danish, Swedish, Chinese and Japanese. On the boat: Live guide in Danish and English and a third language.

Available until 4 May 2018
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours - Copenhagen by Boat
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours: Set sail in a beautiful canal boat for a one-hour guided tour around the harbour and through the idyllic canals of stunning Copenhagen. Discover the Danish capital’s beautiful churches, castles, historic houses, cutting edge buildings and other sites of interest from the water, with fascinating audio guides available in seven languages.
Cast off at the pretty waterfront areas of either Nyhavn or Gammel Strand and you’ll see plenty of sites on your grand cruise. Drift past the slick modern opera house, the iconic Little Mermaid statue and Amalienborg, the glamourous winter home of the Danish royal family. See the pretty small park of Amaliehaven, the colourful canal houses at Christianshavn and the towering spire of Vor Frelsers Church. Then spot the ‘Black Diamond’: the award-winning modern library building dominating the waterfront and the National Museum. Swing past the imposing Christiansborg Palace, whose huge cupolas and verdigris roof shelter the Danish Parliament. Then pass the stately red brick Holmen’s Church, the beautiful old Stock Exchange and the National Bank before returning to the start.
Ideal for art mavens, culture vultures or anyone who loves the water, a grand cruise is a fun and informative introduction to this gorgeous European city. As you explore the waterways you’ll spot all the most important sites and monuments. With its rich history, stunning setting and thriving modern life: Copenhagen has it all!
Meeting/ pick-up point: Nyhavn or Gammel Strand .
Duration: One hour.
Start/opening time: At 9:30am. From 29 April to 22 June – first departure at 9:30am and last departure at 6pm. From June 23 to August 13 – first departure at 9:30am and last departure at 9pm. From August 14 to September 17 – first departure at 9:30am and last departure at 7pm. Frequency: Every 10-30 minutes. From September 18 to October 22 – first departure at 9:30am and last departure at 5pm. From 23 October to March 15 – first departure at 9:30am and last departure at 3pm. From March 16 to May 4 – first departure at 9:30am and last departure at 6pm. Frequency: Every 20-45 minutes.
Languages: All tours are in Danish, English and a third language.
Others: : The customers must be at the meeting point 15 min before the start of the tour.

Available until 31 December 2017
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours - Hard Rock Cafe Copenhagen
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours: Copenhagen’s most famous resident rests on a rock so it’s no surprise that the rest of the city should live it up at the Hard Rock Cafe Copenhagen. And while the Little Mermaid poses for photos, here you can pay homage to that other seated Danish rock icon and admire the drums Lars Ulrich Metallica brought to the café himself. See also trousers Mick Jagger bought in Carnaby Street and an aeroplane sick bag signed by him. The Doors, Madonna, The Who… they’re all here.
Like all great revolutions, the Hard Rock Cafe wasn’t meant to succeed. It was 1971 and as the Swinging Sixties had given way to the Super Seventies, fashions and tastes were changing. Two hungry young Americans were in London and couldn’t find a decent place to eat a decent burger… so they opened up a joint in the English capital. Their landlord didn’t think it would last and gave them just a six-month lease. Four decades later, there almost 200 Hard Rock Cafes in more than 50 countries worldwide.
The first T-shirt hit the streets in ‘74 and the first piece of memorabilia came, fittingly, by chance in ‘79 when Eric Clapton asked to hang his Lead II Fender guitar over his favourite bar stool and thus mark as his spot. Today, the rock 'n' roll collection has more than 74,000 pieces and is the largest of its kind. By 1982, the Hard Rock Cafe had gone global and the rest, as they say, is history (that’s still being written)! Vinyl Menu:
*Hard Rock Burger or Hard Rock Cheeseburger: 6oz. burger served with seasoned fries
*Veggie Burger: Veggie patty on a toasted bun served with seasoned fries
*Honey Mustard Chicken Sandwich: Grilled chicken topped with bacon and cheese served on a toasted brioche bun with seasoned fries
*House Salad: Fresh salad mix with cheese, bacon, croutons and raisins
*Ice cream
*A coffee, a tea or a soft drink
Silver Menu:
*Hard Rock Burger or Hard Rock Cheeseburger: 6oz. burger served with seasoned fries
*Veggie Burger: Veggie patty on a toasted bun served with seasoned fries
*Honey Mustard Chicken Sandwich: Grilled chicken topped with bacon and cheese served on a toasted brioche bun with seasoned fries
*Chicken Caesar Salad: Romaine lettuce topped with grilled chicken, croutons and shaved parmesan cheese with Caesar dressing
*Twisted Mac, Chicken and Cheese Pasta: Cavatappi macaroni in a three-cheese sauce with roasted peppers, topped with parmesan parsley breadcrumbs and grilled chicken breast
*Ice cream
*A coffee, a tea or a soft drink
Gold Menu:
*Legendary Burger: 8oz Burger topped with bacon, cheddar cheese, a fried onion-ring and served with seasoned fries
*Veggie Leggie Burger: Veggie patty topped with courgette, butternut squash and roasted red pepper and served with seasoned fries
*Honey Mustard Chicken Sandwich: Grilled chicken topped with bacon and cheese served on a toasted brioche bun with seasoned fries
*Chicken Caesar Salad: Romaine lettuce topped with grilled chicken, croutons and shaved parmesan cheese with Caesar dressing
*Twisted Mac, Chicken and Cheese Pasta: Cavatappi macaroni in a three-cheese sauce with roasted peppers, topped with parmesan parsley breadcrumbs and grilled chicken breast
*Lil Brownie: Vanilla ice cream and hot fudge on a chocolate brownie, topped with fresh whipped cream
*A coffee, a tea or a soft drink
Platinum Menu:
Lil Feta Salad
Lil Wings
*Legendary Burger: 8oz Burger topped with bacon, cheddar cheese, a fried onion-ring and served with seasoned fries
*Veggie Leggie Burger: Veggie patty topped with courgette, butternut squash and roasted red pepper and served with seasoned fries
*Barbeque Combo: Pork BBQ ribs and hickory smoked pulled pork, served with seasoned fries, cowboy beans and citrus coleslaw
*Herb Grilled Chicken Breast: Grilled herb marinated chicken breast with mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables
*Open Face Steak Sandwich: Grilled steak topped with sautéed mushrooms, caramelised onions and cheese on sourdough bread served with seasoned fries
*Grilled Salmon: Salmon fillet grilled tender, topped with herb butter, served with mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables
*Rocket Salad: Rocket, sliced grilled chicken, pecans, cranberries and oranges topped with feat cheese
*Twisted Mac, Chicken and Cheese Pasta: Cavatappi macaroni in a three-cheese sauce with roasted peppers, topped with parmesan parsley breadcrumbs and grilled chicken breast
*Lil Brownie: Vanilla ice cream and hot fudge on a chocolate brownie, topped with fresh whipped cream
*A coffee, a tea or a soft drink
Meeting/pick-up point: Vesterbrogade 3.
Start/opening time: 10am.
End/closing time: Midnight from Sunday to Wednesday, 1am on Thursday and 2am on Friday and Saturday.

Available until 30 December 2017
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours - Hygge and Happiness Tour
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours: If you are going to get to the heart of hygge, you need to go back in time. We will begin our Copenhagen tour near the characteristic yellow houses of Nyboder, a famed district that was built by King Christian IV in the 17th century to house the growing Royal Danish Navy. * Get a better understanding of Danish culture and why the concept of hygge is so important
Visit city sites that ooze hygge and find out how you can bring some of that vibe back home with you
Learn why some people say Denmark is utopian, and how the local culture contributes to Danes being among the happiest people in the world
We will walk down the small streets of Nyboder, ending the area with a cup of coffee and a Danish breakfast pastry. As we reach Kongens Have (The King’s Garden), you will hear the dramatic story of how the once-royal park came to be one of the first public parks in the world.
We’ll also pass by more recent social housing, and discuss how such developments are a symbol of the changes Denmark went through after World War II. As we search for more hygge, we will continue to wander some of Copenhagen’s oldest streets, where we will enter one of the few Danish organic chocolate stores that actually make their sweets in-house. Moving on, we cross Strøget, the longest pedestrian street in the world, where we will talk about Danish design and how this plays a significant role in Danish homes and hearts.
From there, we will pass by the castles that house government offices and parliament and talk about both the formal and informal ways that Denmark is governed — and how the country has succeed in creating a system with a very high degree of trust and confidence. You will get to see the lovely and hidden library garden, where Copenhageners visit when they need a quiet moment in the middle of the city. We will finish our tour in a street café on a quiet street located in the city centre, where you will experience hygge in its purest form.
Inclusions: Local English-speaking guide, one-on-one recomendations for further exploring the city, coffee and pastry.
Meeting/pick-up point: At the corner of Øster Voldgade and Hjertensfrydsgade.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: At 9:00am.
Opening days/period: From Monday until Saturday.
Languages: English.
Others: End point: Copenhagen City Centre, Læderstræde.

Available until 17 September 2017
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours - Magnificent Malmö
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours: Experience two countries in one day and join a small and more personal group in a deluxe minivan with room for only 15 passengers, taking you to the Swedish neighbors of Denmark. On the way, your driver will give you stories of the relation between Denmark and Sweden, and you will have a couple of hours to explore Magnificent Malmö city and a beautiful canal boat tour, before heading back to Copenhagen. Since the building of the spectacular ‘Øresund’ Bridge, connecting Denmark to Sweden, the city of Malmö has become one of the most popular excursions to the inhabitants and visitors of the Copenhagen area.
Malmö has just under 295,000 inhabitants, and life is concentrated primarily around the two squares, Stora Torget and Lilla Torget, where there are lots of good shops and places to eat. Indeed, the area acquires a somewhat exotic atmosphere during the summer months. With the Swedish currency being so competitive and the wide choice of shops available, Malmö is a great place for shopping, and art lovers will also get their share. You will find a wealth of cultural attractions, including the museum of contemporary and modern art, Moderna Museet Malmö, which is housed in the city’s former electricity power station, and which has a string of exhibitions of modern art by appraised artists.
Arriving to Malmö, you will be welcomed by our local guide, giving you information about some of the attractions to see, places to visit. From here, you have time to explore the city on your own, and a beautiful boat tour with Rundan, the Swedish equivalent of Canal Tours from Copenhagen, which is included in your ticket. For an hour, you will enjoy a pleasant tour through canals and under bridges, whilst the guide’s narrative will give you a good insight into Swedish history, well-known characters, buildings and anecdotes. From the small café at Rundan, you will get a basket with coffee and cake to bring with you on the tour, or you can enjoy it afterwards – it’s also included in your ticket. So join us on this intimate discovery of two countries in one day!
Meeting/pick-up point: Vester Voldgade/Lavendelstræde.
Duration: 6 hours.
Start/opening time: Daily at 10:30am.
End/closing time: At 4pm.
Languages: English.
Required documentation: All visitors to Sweden must have a valid passport/ID.
Others: Included: a basket with coffee and cake included.

Available until 4 May 2018
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours - Open Top Hop on - Hop Off Bus Tour + Cruise
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours: See Copenhagen from almost every perspective by land and by water with the excellent hop on-hop off bus tour and cruise. Explore the historic streets of the Danish capital on an open-top bus before heading to harbour and boarding a boat for a scenic journey through the channels where the city opens out to the world.
The double-decker takes you to the top spots in this city founded in the 10th century. Get a feel for the royal life at Amalienborg Palace, the winter home of the Danish royal family. Since the 18th century, they’ve resided in these gorgeous classical palaces that surround an octagonal courtyard.
Another possible stop will introduce you to Christiansborg Palace, which houses the parliament, supreme court and the prime minister’s office. The Nyhavn stop is one of the most popular, with everyone wanting to see this beautiful and colourful waterfront district packed with bars and restaurants. In the harbour, check out the many historical ships.
Then hop aboard the boat and cruises the harbour and canals. See Christianshavns Torv, a monumental public square, and Christiansborg Castle. You will see The Little Mermaid perched on a rock near Langelinje Pier. The sculpture made of bronze is a touching tribute to Hans Christian Andersen’s character who abandoned the sea life for her prince. You, however, have more to see, such as the modern Opera House, the home of Denmark’s opera. From the water, peer inside the glass façade of the conch shell-shaped building that opened in 2005.
Meeting/ Pick-up point: Radisson Blu Royal Hotel on Vesterbrogade across from Tivoli in front of the Liberty Column.
Duration: Ticket valid for 48 hours. The complete route lasts one-and-a-half hours.
Start/opening time: Every hour from 9.30am to 5pm. From 29.04.2017 to 17.09.2017 first departure at 10am and last departure at 4:45pm. From 19.09.2017 to 04.05.2018 first departure at 9:30am and last departure at 3pm.
Frequency: Every 20-45 minutes.
Languages: Audio guide available in Danish, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Spanish, Russian, Swedish, Japanese and Mandarin.

Available October - December 2017
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours - Park Tivoli Gardens
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours: Tivoli facts: Founded 1843. 4,5 mn visitors a year. Winter, Summer, Halloween, and Christmas seasons. The Gardens
Tivoli’s hundreds of trees and the many carefully designed gardens are part and parcel of the Tivoli experience. Visit the Parterre Garden, listed as Danish heritage since 2014, take a stroll around the lake, study the rhododendron garden that doubles as setting for the Vintage Cars kiddie ride and don’t miss the many flowerbeds where greens and vegetables grow alongside perennials and summer flowers. Tivoli’s herbs and flowers are used by the chefs in Tivoli’s restaurants, by the way.
Each season of the year has its particular look, from narcissi and tulips in the spring over roses to autumn flowering perennials and hardier plants such as hyacinths, helleborus or even kale and cabbages. Tivoli’s Halloween and Christmas looks fit with the seasons. Halloween boasts 20,000 pumpkins and Christmas thousands of Christmas trees and spruce garlands. At night, Tivoli is spectacularly lit no matter what time of year you visit.
Make sure you check Tivoli’s daily programme before you visit. You wouldn’t want to miss half a great concert or show just because you forgot to look when it began. Tivoli’s outdoor venues give you live performances every day: ballets at the Pantomime Theatre, music at the open-air stage or the Harmony Pavilion, parades with the Tivoli Youth Guard every weekend, and rock or pop concerts every Friday.
The indoor venues offer world class ballet and concerts which may well be worth travelling to. Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater are regular guest performers along with other great ballet companies. Jonas Kaufmann and Sarah Coburn are among the top performers who have visited the Tivoli Concert Hall.
Rides and games
Even if you are not a huge rides fan, there are a few rides you shouldn’t miss when visiting Tivoli Gardens. The Ferris wheel gives you a beautiful vista of Tivoli which is particularly pleasing at dusk just as the lights have been lit. The classic wooden Roller Coaster, built 1914, is one of the World’s oldest wooden roller coasters still operating, and one of just seven roller coasters worldwide with a brakeman on board every train.
Tivoli’s many quaint games add to the old-world charm of the popular amusement park. Battle against each other in the 5-game-tournament 5-Kamp or play, throw and shoot just for the fun of it. The Nimb
At Nimb the focus is on detail - and the guest is always at the centre of attention. Nimb style also features both the magic of Tivoli and a warm Nordic atmosphere. Nimb was built in 1909 as an Arab fantasy castle by Tivoli head architect and director Knud Arne-Petersen. Since then, the establishment has undergone many transformations, and in 2007 Nimb was refurbished from basement to attics. However, the unique old-world charm is intact.
Nimb Hotel has 17 luxuriously furbished rooms and suites. 21 rooms will be added in late 2017 when Tivoli Corner opens. The Nimb restaurants – Nimb Bar ‘n’ Grill, Nimb Vinotek, Nimb Brasserie, Fru Nimb and Nimb Terrasse – all ooze elegant yet relaxed atmosphere and aims for excellence in service as well as food and drink. Nimb Bar is the perfect watering hole before or after your business meeting in one of the many Nimb Events venues. In 2015, Nimb was voted World’s Best Hotel by Small Luxury Hotels of the World among 520 hotels in 82 countries.
Food and drink
You really are spoilt for choice at Tivoli Gardens when it comes to food and drink. Fast food or fine dining, Tivoli offers cuisine from many regions of the world, including Danish and Nordic cuisine, of course. Tivoli’s restaurants are experienced in catering for large groups. In fact, counting both in-door and outdoor seating, 10,000 persons can sit down to a meal at the same time at Tivoli Gardens. A group travelling together but splitting up for the Tivoli visit may use prepaid vouchers for meals, drinks etc. to make the visit smooth and care-free.
More to do
Tivoli easily keeps you happy and occupied for a whole day. If, however, you are looking for more activities, Tivoli collaborates with a number of great partners giving you the connection for lots of experiences in and around Tivoli and Copenhagen.
Meeting/pick-up point: Park Tivoli Gardens.
Duration: It is a park ticket, so you can stay for as long as you want to.
Start/opening time: 11am.
End/closing time: 11pm.

Available until 17 September 2017
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours - Trekroner Tour
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours: The Trekroner Fortress is a small island situated at the entry to Copenhagen's harbour. When you are at the island you can enjoy the beautiful sky and water and enjoy the view. 300 years ago the island was a fortress whose task was to defend Copenhagen at any cost with its 24 cannons. Today it is a popular excursion spot, but it holds secrets, history, nature and culture - maybe this is also due to the fact that it is only accessible from the sea.
Trekroner is protected and it is an oasis in Copenhagen giving you an extra experience during your stay in Copenhagen. Join our tour and see the nature, architecture and the fantastic view over Copenhagen and the city's characteristic spires. The island has a great café and your ticket includes a cup of coffee or an ice cream.
Duration: 1 hour.
Languages: Live guided in Danish and English.
Others: Frequency variates during the season.

Available until 30 December 2017
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours - Vince and Vesterbro
Copenhagen Excursions & Tours: Your Copenhagen tour starts at the city’s central station before venturing into what used to be the roughest neighborhood in town. As the world’s most famous red light district of the 60s, Vesterbro quickly made a name for itself, which brought with it drug addicts, street prostitutes, tattoo shops, as well as shady dive bars. Wandering the streets today, though, you’ll see first-hand how gentrification can change a place.
- Learn the seedy history of Vesterbro and wander streets once frequented by shady locals and travellers
- Experience where locals live and love to hang out with pit-stops in two beloved and distinctive pubs
- Experience how gentrification is transforming a shady neighbourhood into a hip urban area
We will start the tour with a visit to one of the few traditional bodegas still standing that has not been completely overrun by newcomers to the area. Here we will enjoy a beer in a familiar Danish atmosphere and talk about its importance for the locals who have lived in the neighborhood all their life.
From there, we will make our way up one of the most famous streets in Denmark, where you will hear stories of the Vesterbro of the past. This will take us into a quiet street where you will hear a drama-filled story of two siblings who had a nag for beer, which they turned into a hugely popular beer brand that resonates so well with the city’s contemporary way of life.
As we move on, you will hear about and experience one of the city’s amazing parks and its importance to the neighborhood, as well as be introduced to one of our local breakfast secrets that you just must try. We will end the tour at one of the abovementioned brothers’ newest additions to the Copenhagen bar scene: a Danish-Texan brewpub and restaurant that has taken Copenhagen by storm. Stay as long as you like, or, if you feel like exploring further, your guide will be happy to share dinner recommendations — there are many excellent places just around the corner.
Meeting/pick-up point: Central Station, back entrance at Reventlowsgade 7, where it connects with Istedgade.
Duration: 3 hours.
Start/opening time: At 3pm.
End/closing time: At 6pm.
Opening days/period: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Languages: English.
Dress code: Please wear suitable footwear for walking, and bring an umbrella or rain jacket in case of rain.
Min. Age: 18 years.
Inclusions: Local English-speaking guide, one-on-one recomendations for further exploring the city, one full beer and beer samplers.