Private Tour: 4-hour City Tour & Christiansborg Palace Day Excursion
Our partner: Uopera
Our partner: Uopera
Copenhagen 4-hour sightseeing tour with photo stops and a visit Kristiansborg Palace and You will see Nihavn, Stroeget, New King Square, Amalienborg, Fredericks Kirke, Langelini Park, The Little Mermaid, etc.
Professional English-speaking guide for 4 hrs
Pick-up from/Drop-off at your hotel by private vehicle
Admission to Christiansborg palace
Originally, Nyhavn was a busy commercial port where ships from all over the world would dock. The area was packed with sailors, ladies of pleasure, pubs and alehouses. Today the beautiful old houses have been renovated and restaurants dominate the old port.
Strøget is one of Europe's longest pedestrian streets with a wealth of shops, from budget-friendly chains to some of the world's most expensive brands. The stretch is 1.1 kilometers long and runs from City Hall Square (Rådhuspladsen) to Kongens Nytorv.
The Stork Fountain is located on Amagertorv in central Copenhagen and is the best-known fountain in this part of the world. The fountain was inaugurated in 1894.
Kongens Nytorv is a central old square and home to prominent institutions such as the Royal Theatre, the D'Angleterre Hotel and the Kunsthal Charlottenborg. The square was constructed in 1908. It is encircled by buildings on five sides, was paved with cobblestones in 1670, and the equestrian statue of Christian V on horseback was raised in 1688.
Christiansborg Palace is located on Slotsholmen in Copenhagen, which has an 800 year-long history as Denmark’s centre of power. The present palace was completed in 1928, but from this place kings and queens have ruled for centuries. Today, the palace is used by HM The Queen for official events such as gala banquets and public audiences.
Situated in a position that allows Amalienborg to beautifully frame it, Frederiks Kirke, more commonly referenced as the Marble Church, adds to the beauty of the palatial complex. Started in 1749, the church wasn't completed until 1894 and sports the largest dome in Scandinavia and one of the largest domes in Europe.
Situated between the city and the harbour, Amalienborg is a major work of Danish architecture designed by the architect Nicolai Eigtved in the 1750s. Four palaces surround Amalienborg Palace Square, with its equestrian statue of King Frederik V. The palaces were originally built as residences for four high-ranking aristocrats, but when the old Christiansborg Palace burnt down in 1794 the royal family took up residence at Amalienborg.
Langelinie is a marina, promenade and park with a length of about 1.8 km in the center of Copenhagen. It houses the Anglican Church of St. Alban, the Museum of the Liberation of Denmark, the restaurant Langeliniepavillonen, the fountain Gefion, a monument to the lost Danish sailors and the Little Mermaid. Langelinia is a popular place for excursions and walks.
The Little Mermaid at the seashore is something you shouldn't miss. Based on Andersen's story character, she appeared here in the beginning of the 20th century and since then had become the symbol of Copenhagen and Denmark. She's sitting on the stone not far from the castle, observing with a little sadness the wide panorama of the bay.