To send a Booking Request
You need to be Signed In

Sign In Now

Don't have an account? Create one for free:

To ask a Question
You need to be Signed In

Sign In Now

Don't have an account? Create one for free:

Sightseeing in Copenhagen

  • Company Website

Send Booking Request

Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Authorised Tourist Guides Association

  • Locations

    Copenhagen, Denmark

  • Activities

    Heritage-History Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $190 USD per trip
  • Duration

    2,5 hours

  • Avg Distance

    8 km

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    To be arranged

  • Starting Location

    Your hotel

  • Price Includes

    Guiding services


  • See landmarks of Copenhagen!
  • Visit important landmarks that have given historical depth to this land
  • See the Rosenborg Castle, and/or the Tivoli gardens! Create your perfect itinerary with your guide.


Trip Info

One-two! One-two! Soldiers went on the road …

Begins with these words ‘ckazka’ my childhood “Flint”. Copenhagen, Denmark, they both look different today than in the days of Andersen. And at the same time they can all look the same. To learn about this, just go on a walking tour through the old town and walked “the soldier” on the way to the amazing tale: “One, two! One, two! …”

Copenhagen, translated from the Danish language, means “harbor merchants.”

Danish capital Copenhagen and the royal residence with a light hand of King Eric of Pomerania was proclaimed in 1416. Since then the city has experienced a great deal. It built castles and towers, he stormed the Swedes and the British, the Germans were precipitated, it burned and died from epidemics, but he survived. And so it was a royal residence – the current Queen of Denmark Margaret II, lives in the heart of the royal city. Today, he is restrained, neat, comfortable, friendly and serene, as if to listen to everyone, even the most timid to your spiritual movement.

Come, and the city will tell its story.

We continue sightseeing past the windows of Kai and Gerda and basement windows at the bridge in the building of the City Court, where he was a soldier from the fairy tale “The Tinder Box”. We climb to the very great round tower, with the size of which were the eyes of a dog from the “Flint” on the top of which famously rode Peter. Past the stately buildings of the Danish Parliament – Christiansborg, luxurious and at the same time modest palace of Queen Margaret – Amalienborg, the monument Archbishop Absalon – the founder of the city, quarter Nyhavn (Drunken Harbour), home of Andersen, the statue of the Little Mermaid in love, Marble Church and Gefion Fountain and other sites of this fabulous city .

One-two! One-two! Soldiers went on the road …

Your adventure awaits!

Authorised Tourist Guides Association

I am an authorised tourist guide, educated at the University of Roskilde (RUC) and qualified to guide in Copenhagen and Denmark. I have detailed knowledge of what to do and see here and how to make the most of your trip in Denmark. Let me show you Rosenborg Castle, the former summer residence of the kings of Denmark, built by famous Renaissance king, Christian IV. Another highlight in Copenhagen is Amalienborg Palace Square, where you can see the residences of Queen Margaret II and her son, Crown Prince Frederik, and his wife, Crown Princess Mary, at close quarters. The Palace Square is guarded by the Royal Life Guards and at 12 noon every day, you can watch the changing of the guards. Other must-see sights are the Little Mermaid, Tivoli, Christiansborg Palace, the Round Tower, the Botanical Gardens and Copenhagen Cathedral, not forgetting some wonderful museums - the National Gallery, the New Carlsberg Glyptotek, the National Museum, Thorvaldsen's Museum, Hirschsprung Samling and the Jewish Museum. For children - Tivoli, the Tycho Brahe Planetarium and the Experimentarium are great places to visit. Or just relax in the King's Garden or enjoy a Danish meal at Nyhavn with its colourful rows of restaurants.

Leave a Review

Thank you for submitting a review. It will be published shortly.

Join GuideAdvisor Now.
3 great reasons!

I'm a traveler I'm a Guide