Exclusive Harbour Tour
Depending on the number of participants and questions, the tour will take you to:
- BLOX – The Danish Architecture Centre.
- The famous bicycle bridge “The Bicycle Snake”.
- Enghave Brygge – new developments with 10 planned artificial half islands at the harbor.
- Alfred Nobel’s Bridge with the longest bench in Denmark – 70 m. long!
- Teglholmen and Sluseholmen. Copenhagen’s “little Venice” with modern apartments, build right down to the water channels and water routes.
- Valby Bådklub – an old boat club with charming old red wooden guesthouses.
- Amager Fælled – a huge beautiful green area.Nokken – a cute area where people live in tiny little houses.
- Havnevigen – an artificially made sandy cove, where we locals go and swim with our children in the summer.
- Lunch break at the guide’s home. The guide is living directly at the harbor, where the group will enjoy a nice lunch and refreshments, preferably at the terrace towards the harbor. Here, you can ask any questions about Copenhagen life.
- Islands Brygge – a popular place for young people to hang out in the Summer.
- Ballonparken – old army homes.
- Christianshavn: The old channel town founded by King Christian the 4th in the 16. Century: One of the most popular quarters of Copenhagen today.
- Freetown Christiania – one of the biggest attractions in Copenhagen.
- Refshaleøen and Holmen. Funded in the 16. and 17. Century. The area is undergoing a big transition, gradually into one of the most expensive and exclusive areas of Copenhagen, but is still mixed up with small defense harbors, old army buildings with guns, old warships, and cozy bars and restaurants.
- Reffen Street Food – one of the biggest attractions in Copenhagen.The Royal Opera House.
- The Royal Opera House