Panoramic City Tour of Copenhagen
Thorvaldsen's Museum houses the art work of Denmark's most famous artist - Bertel Thorvaldsen. You will also pass the National Museum, Denmark's largest museum of cultural history.
Pass by Christiansborgs' Palace, now home to the Danish Parliament, the Supreme Court and the State Rooms. The Palace is located on a small island and is separated from the city center by a moat-like canal.
Not to forget The Little Mermaid inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairytale. The Little Mermaid is the most popular tourist attraction in Denmark and is one of the most photographed statues in the world.
Next, watch the Changing of the Guard taking place at Amalienborg Palace.
A great tour to get a feel for the city and get yourself familiar with the main sights.
- Transport by coach
- Live guide in English
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
We enjoyed the history and architecture of Copenhagen as seen thru the eyes of our tour guide.We saw most of the highlights of the city as we compared notes with the hotel staff, as what they thought were the sites of the city. We were given photo opportunities and think the guide was thorough in their description of culture, etc.
Really good. With your limited time, you get to see Copenhagen
This tour was interesting, but the canal tour included most of the same sites, plus more interesting commentary about Copenhagen history. I would recommend the canal tour over this bus tour, unless you really want to see the changing of the guard at the palace.
A great tour! Really nice time.
Once we found the meeting place (no indication of where at City Hall we were meeting), we had a great tour. We were concerned about taking our luggage with us because we were headed to the cruise port afterwards, but the train station nearby stowed our belongings until after the tour. I think if this question comes up again, it would be advantageous of Viator to mention the convenience of the train station. As it turned out, we had looked at two tours (one not Viator), and only Viator was willing to work with us as far as the luggage goes. Thank you for not letting us miss Copenhagen!