What To Expect
Explore the beautiful city of Copenhagen at your own pace by going on a hop on hop off tour around the city's world-famous canals. See Copenhagen's modern buildings, historic churches, antiquated houses, medieval castles, and its wide canals.
Hop on and hop off as much as you want as you discover the city's main attractions at every stop. This tour will give you a very convenient way to travel around Copenhagen with written guidance and at your own pace.
Danish Architecture Centre (DAC)
This centre is an exhibition space in Denmark dedicated to architecture. Several exhibits are available in this centre to educate people about city planning as well as traditional and modern Danish architecture.
A 17th century waterfront and entertainment district in Copenhagen that faces the canal. Marvel at the 17th and early 18th century houses surrounding the area. Make sure to visit Hans Christian Andersen's home at the house marked no.20 and the Memorial Anchor for the heroes of World War II.
Visit a science center like no other! Get to experiment and learn about the human senses and body. Try out a wide variety of exhibits such as the new Winter Sports exhibition that features sports like ski jumping and curling.
A café serving great food choices as well as traditional Danish dishes. This café is located at the old Carlsberg bottling plant, giving its customers a "hitting two birds with one stone" kind of experience.
The Little Mermaid
Catch a glimpse of this world-famous bronze sculpture made by Edvard Eriksen. This statue depicts The Little Mermaid, a fairytale character created by the legendary writer, Hans Christian Andersen.
This 17th century palace was the winter residence of the royal Danish family. Characterized by its Danish Rococo architecture, this palace is considered to be one of the greatest masterpieces around the whole of Europe.
This waterfront promenade is lines with Copenhagen's impressive 18th century residential buildings. Some of these buildings' ground floors have been converted into great restaurants and other types of establishments.
Christianshavn is a trendy neighborhood in Copenhagen which was once a working-class neighborhood. Visit various cafes, antique bodegas, and fancy restaurants during your visit to this area. You may also get a great view of the beautiful canal as you stroll along this neighborhood.
Featuring more than 120 shops and stores, this mall houses the biggest shopping centers in the city. Considered as the second biggest shopping mall in Denmark, this mall is packed with various brands ranging from local to international.
Gammel Strand is a nice public square and street in Central Copenhagen where you can see carefully-preserved colorful 18th and 19th century houses by the canal. Surrounding this area are restaurants, cafes, and shops where you can take a quite meal and a relaxing pause in.
Danish Architecture Centre
10% discount on purchases in the book shop and café
10% discount on your entrance ticket
Up to 50% discount
Copenhagen hop on hop off boat tour
Free entrances to specified attractions
Admission ticket discounts
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
Children 5 years old and below must ride on adult's lap.
This hop on hop off tour is valid for 24 hours.
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