Copenhagen Tours

Lisbet Andersen together with former Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen and a group of tourists when visiting Christiansborg Palace.

Guided Tours in Copenhagen

Copenhagen offers many attractions, and you can spend a long time in Denmark's capital. The tours can take from 2-8 hours or 1, 2 or 3 days depending on what you want to see, how many castles or museums you want to see inside, and what transportation you prefer.


The centre of Copenhagen is not bigger than you can walk around - and it is quite safe to walk around in Copenhagen.

I offer walking tours, tours by coaches or public bus or train, boat tours, or tours in hired cars.

Top attractions / Must-sees

  • Amalienborg Palace with the Royal Life Guards

The royal family’s residence. Changing of the guards every day at 12:00 noon.

  • The Little Mermaid

The famous sculpture of the little mermaid from Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale.

  • Tivoli Gardens

Beautiful garden and amusement park in the centre of Copenhagen. Can be visited or seen from the outside.

  • Christiansborg Palace

The Parliament, the Royal Reception Rooms, the Ruins and The Tower Room. Christiansborg Palace also houses the Queen’s tapestries depicting 1000 years of Denmark’s history. Can be visited or seen from the outside.

  • The Round Tower

The old observation tower is the oldest functioning observatory in Europe. To get to the top you have to walk up a spiral walk with no steps. Can be visited or seen from the outside.

  • Rosenborg Castle

The castle’s museum displays the Crown Jewels and Royal Regalia and tells the story of the royal everyday life through 400 years. Can be visited or seen from the outside.

  • Nyhavn

Originally a busy commercial port with coloured houses. Today filled with old ships and lots of restaurants.

  • The Citadelle

Beautiful old military fortification

  • Gefion Fountain

The largest fountain in Denmark

  • The Royal Theatre

This beautiful building has been located at Kongens Nytorv since 1874.

  • The Danish Opera House

The opera was inaugurated in 2005 and designed by architect Henning Larsen.

  • The Royal Danish Playhouse

Designed by Lundgaard & Tranberg Architects Copenhagen in 2008. Everybody can go inside and have a look at the foyer.

Other tourist attractions

  • The Blue Planet - National Aquarium Denmark (also for children)
  • Experimentarium (also for children)
  • Nørrebro with Danish graveyard of Assistens
  • Tycho Brahe Planetarium (also for children)
  • BLOX
  • The Black Diamond - The Royal Danish Library
  • Canal Cruise
  • Christians Harbour with freetown Christiania
  • National Gallery of Denmark
  • Church of Our Saviour
  • Botanical Garden
  • New Carlsberg Glyptotek
  • Thorvaldsen’s Museum
  • Hirschsprung Collection
  • Jewish Museum
  • Carlsberg’s Visitor Centre



Guide in Copenhagen gives guided tours in Copenhagen, North Zealand and Southern part of Sweden all year long. I arrange walking tours, bus tours and/or boat tours. I make sure that you visit all the most interesting attractions in Copenhagen, on private guided tours according to your wishes.

+45 40 56 18 13

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