You can book a tour in the following ways:
Do not forget to indicate the date of the tour, the name of the hotel, where you plan to stay in Copenhagen, the number of participants, your contact phone number and your wishes, if any. Your request will be answered within 24 hours.
You can pay for the tour online, by bank transfer or through the PayPal system.
1. Card payment on Izettle - you can pay for the tour by credit / debit card when you meet our guide the first day. Credit card fee: 1.95 % of the total amount.
2. Bank transfer - the cheapest way to pay for the tour is by making a bank transfer. Bank transfer fee is 50 DKK
3. To PayPal account with the name Denmark Travel. This way is the most expensive one, because PayPal fee is 3,4 % of the total amount
Booking: To confirm your booking a deposit of 25% of the total amount has to be paid in advance.
Our goal is to make your trip to Copenhagen unforgettable! Feel free to ask any questions regarding your stay or interests in the Danish capital. We are here to help you and make your wishes come true during your stay in Denmark.
We are ready to help you from the very beginning to make you trip unforgettable to Copenhagen. Feel free to ask any questions regarding your stay or interests in Danish capital. We are here to help and make you wishes come true during your stay in Copenhagen.
All walking tours begin at the City Hall Square. Your guide, holding a sign with your name on, will be waiting for you near the fountain "Dragon fountain". The meeting point can be seen on the map here.
In case of car tours, we will meet you at the lobby of your hotel, unless otherwise specified. In all other cases the meeting place will be agreed separately.
Accommodation options in Copenhagen vary from hostels to luxury hotels, it all depends on your personal preferences. Possible options are:
Hostels - Steel house Copenhagen or Generator Hostel Copenhagen
Unusual hotels in Copenhagen:
If you are staying in a hotel, then with a 95% probability you can rent a bicycle at the reception of your hotel. Even hostels offer bicycles in Copenhagen. The rental price will be around 100 - 150 DKK (15 - 20 euro) per day for a bicycle. This will give you the opportunity to travel freely around Copenhagen and feel like a local for a day.
Copenhagen is a pretty compact city, where almost everything is within walking distance. Public transport includes subway, city and regional trains, buses and water buses. Read more about it in our section “Transport system in Copenhagen”.
Yes of course. We will be happy to meet you at the airport, central train station or ferry terminal, take you to the hotel, help you with check in and answer all your questions upon arrival. Read more about it in our section "Transfers".
Danes prefer their own currency, Danish kroner. The easiest option is to pay by credit card, but keep in mind that foreign credit cards are usually subject to a commission of 1.4% of the transaction amount. Therefore, it is more practical to get some cash. The best option for you is to exchange money at the specialized points like Merex or Dan Exchange, that can be found on Vester Farimagsgade street, near the central train station. Here you exchange your money at the bank rate in the most cases without commissions. Another option is to do it in a bank office.
Tipping is not necessary, quite often tips are already included in the bill. Euro is accepted in the most touristic places: shops and restaurants. If you pay in Euro, you will get change in Danish kroner. Do not exchange money at your hotel. All hotels earn on currency exchange and will offer you a deliberately poor exchange rate.
Tourist Copenhagen Card gives the right to travel by bus, train and underground around the capital region, including to/from the airport. In addition, this card provides free entrance to over 60 museums, including Tivoli park, Arken Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen casino, Aquarium, Danish Design Centre, Frederiksborg castle, Zoo, a tour along Copenhagen canals etc. Besides, the Copenhagen card ensures a discount from 10 to 35 % in different restaurants and recreation areas in Copenhagen, as well as discounts for the ferry to Sweden.
Before the first use of the card the respective spaces should be filled out with the current date and time (excluding minutes) – this may be done by sales person at the store or you can do it by yourself. You have to sign the card on the back side. After that, you can count hours from the time indicated on the card (it is important to count hours, not days!) and for that period of time forget about tickets, travelling freely around Copenhagen. If a controller comes up to you – show the card – and that is it. Read more about Copenhagen card here.
Danish cuisine is based on simple but nourishing food, as well as an abundance of vegetables and potatoes as a side dish. National Danish dishes are:
You can find a huge number of restaurants in Copenhagen, almost for every taste. The top five best restaurants on the planet include 2 Danish restaurants: Noma and Geranium. A list of all Michelin-starred restaurants in Copenhagen is available here.
Other good restaurant options in Copenhagen are:
The Christiania district is a cult place, where words about equality and fraternity are backed by a fair portion of marijuana, which is freely sold and smoked everywhere. This is the underground of Copenhagen, the place, where the strangest representatives of the Danish capital live. Christiania - one of the most controversial places in the Danish capital, attracting tourists like a magnet, but for many it is not acceptable and incomprehensible. Read more about it in our “Christiania tour” description here.
Danish butter cookies
Souvenirs that has to do with royal family or Andersen's fairy tales
Danish design items: interior, light, decoration, jewelry
Clothing and accessories by Danish designers