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Si deseas conocer la sociedad danesa antes tiene que entender el concepto de “hygge”, que no tiene traducción al resto de idiomas. Se refiere a situaciones y sensaciones de felicidad, como podría ser sentarse frente a la chimenea una noche fría de invierno, compartir una comida en familia en un ambiente acogedor o leer un clásico en el sofá rodeado de luces cálidas. “Hygge” es un término difícil de explicar pero comprende una filosofía de vida que podrás experimentar en primera persona con este magnífico tour.

Destacamos
- Comprende mejor la cultura danesa y por qué el concepto “hygge” es tan importante
- Visita los lugares de la ciudad que rezuman “hygge” y descubre cómo aportar algo de este ambiente en casa
- Conoce por qué algunas personas dicen que Dinamarca es una utopía y cómo la cultura local contribuye a que los daneses sean de las personas más felices del mundo

Comenzaremos el tour caminando por las pequeñas calles de Nyboder y terminaremos el paseo por la zona saboreando una taza de café y un pastel típico danés. Al llegar a Kongens Have (Jardín del Rey) escucharás la emocionante historia de cómo el antiguo parque real llegó a ser uno de los primeros parques públicos del mundo.

Durante el recorrido también pasaremos por viviendas sociales nuevas y tendrás la oportunidad de reflexionar sobre el origen de los esfuerzos sociales por conseguir el desarrollo tras la II Guerra Mundial. Mientras vamos en busca de más ejemplos de “hygge”, caminarás por algunas de las calles más antiguas de Copenhague, donde entraremos en una de las tiendas de chocolate orgánico que elaboran sus propios dulces. A continuación, cruzaremos Strøget, la calle peatonal más larga del mundo. Aquí tu guía te explicará las características del diseño danés y cómo éste juega un papel importante en los hogares daneses.

Más tarde pasaremos por los castillos que albergan las oficinas del gobierno y el parlamento, y hablaremos de las normas formales e informales por las que se rige el país así como del éxito del sistema danés que presume de un alto grado de confianza. Además podrás ver el hermoso jardín de la biblioteca, donde se refugian los lugareños cuando necesitan escapar del ajetreo de la ciudad. Terminaremos el recorrido en una cafetería de una calle tranquila del centro de la ciudad, donde podrás experimentar el “hygge” en su estado más puro.

desde 34,5 €

Vester Voldgade 82-85

Experience two countries in one day and join a small and more personal group in a deluxe minivan with room for only 15 passengers, taking you to the Swedish neighbors of Denmark. On the way, your driver will give you stories of the relation between Denmark and Sweden, and you will have a couple of hours to explore Magnificent Malmö city and a beautiful canal boat tour, before heading back to Copenhagen. Since the building of the spectacular ‘Øresund’ Bridge, connecting Denmark to Sweden, the city of Malmö has become one of the most popular excursions to the inhabitants and visitors of the Copenhagen area.

Malmö has just under 295,000 inhabitants, and life is concentrated primarily around the two squares, Stora Torget and Lilla Torget, where there are lots of good shops and places to eat. Indeed, the area acquires a somewhat exotic atmosphere during the summer months. With the Swedish currency being so competitive and the wide choice of shops available, Malmö is a great place for shopping, and art lovers will also get their share. You will find a wealth of cultural attractions, including the museum of contemporary and modern art, Moderna Museet Malmö, which is housed in the city’s former electricity power station, and which has a string of exhibitions of modern art by appraised artists.

Arriving to Malmö, you will be welcomed by our local guide, giving you information about some of the attractions to see, places to visit. From here, you have time to explore the city on your own, and a beautiful boat tour with Rundan, the Swedish equivalent of Canal Tours from Copenhagen, which is included in your ticket. For an hour, you will enjoy a pleasant tour through canals and under bridges, whilst the guide’s narrative will give you a good insight into Swedish history, well-known characters, buildings and anecdotes. From the small café at Rundan, you will get a basket with coffee and cake to bring with you on the tour, or you can enjoy it afterwards – it’s also included in your ticket. So join us on this intimate discovery of two countries in one day!

See Copenhagen high and low with the Supreme Ticket, which combines a soothing and scenic canal cruise and an open-top hop on-hop off bus tour of this stunningly beautiful capital city. Explore the Danish capital at your own pace while seeing all the main sights and attractions.

Allow yourself more sights and frequent departures with the three premium sightseeing companies: Canal Tours, City Sightseeing and Open Top Tours. With the Supreme Ticket you can hop on hop off as much as you like on the three different brands. This ticket is valid for 24 hours.

Copenhagen boasts castles and palaces aplenty as well as historic churches and grand squares. The city has never been scared to embrace the future and has some dramatic cutting edge modern architecture.

Meeting point: Radisson Blu Royal Hotel on Vesterbrogade, across Tivoli in front of the Liberty Column or at Nyhavn or Ved Stranden.

Languages: Headphones with audio guides in a wide variety of languages are provided.

Vester Voldgade 82-85

On this tour, you will follow in the footsteps of the world famous fairy tale writer, Hans Christian Andersen. H.C. Andersen was born in the capital of Funen, Odense, where you will find the settings of a universe of enchantment. In his early teens, H.C. Andersen travelled with diligence from Odense to Copenhagen, and you will now be travelling in the opposite direction: Across Zealand and the impressive Great Belt Bridge to the charming island of Funen to Odense.

Immediately after crossing the bridge – in Nyborg – our guide will get on the bus and tell anecdotes of Andersen’s life. You will hear about his many visits to manor houses and about Andersen’s life in general. In Odense, you will visit the Hans Christian Andersen Museum – the writer’s modest birthplace, and we will take a walk through the charming old streets and along the stream of Odense Å until we arrive at Munke Mose, from where Odense Aafart departs.

From here you will set off on a sailing trip on the canals of Odense where you can enjoy your lunch whilst appreciating the view and the beautiful houses on the bankside. After the boat trip, the bus will return to Copenhagen ending a pleasant day in the footsteps of Hans Christian Andersen.

Explora el pintoresco paisaje natural del norte de Copenhague y sus castillos de cuento de hadas. Esta excursión de un día te llevará al castillo donde vivió Hamlet y el impresionante castillo de Frederiksborg, en la llamativa ciudad de Hillerod. Acércate para disfrutar de una experiencia fascinante, ¡y no te olvides de traer tu cámara! La visita a los castillos de Kronborg y Frederiksborg está disponible en conjunto solo con el ticket de excursión a los castillos.

Saldremos de la capital hacia Helsingor, la 'Elsinore' de Shakespeare, y viajaremos por la carretera de la riviera, mientras disfrutamos de unas vistas privilegiadas del estrecho de Oresund, con la costa sueca en el horizonte. En Elsinore pasaremos al deslumbrante castillo de Kronborg, lugar donde tiene lugar la historia de Hamlet, de Shakespeare. Fue construido entre el año 1574 y el 1585 para proteger los intereses daneses y recaudar impuestos de los barcos que atravesaban el estrecho de cuatro kilómetros que divide la isla de Zelanda de Suecia. El castillo posee la sala de banquetes y la sala de bailes más grande de toda Europa y está protegido por un foso con forma de diamante y una muralla defensiva en forma de estrella de cuatro puntas. Después de visitar el castillo de Kronborg, continuaremos hasta la residencia de primavera y otoño de la familia real, el castillo de Fredensborg, construido siguiendo el estilo barroco holandés. Aprovecha esta oportunidad para inmortalizar esta grandiosa construcción.

A un corto paseo en coche calle abajo se encuentra el magnífico castillo de Frederiksborg, que sin duda, domina las vistas de la ciudad de Hillerod. Admira la colección de arte de la realeza en el Museo de Historia Nacional, así como la espectacular capilla de las Órdenes, que posee un exterior renacentista holandés y un interior de estilo rococó. Los jardines barrocos de inspiración italiana han sido recreados a partir de los diseños del siglo XVIII.

Idiomas: Inglés.

No te lo pienses y reserva cuanto antes esta emocionante salida de pesca, en busca de bacalao y platija, por las aguas próximas a Copenhague. Es un día de caña y carrete ideal para toda la familia, que disfrutará de esta oportunidad para explorar la hermosa costa danesa y ver si pican. Descubre las hermosas aguas azules del estrecho de Oresund, que separa Dinamarca de Suecia y que es uno de los ca

No te lo pienses y reserva cuanto antes esta emocionante salida de pesca, en busca de bacalao y platija, por las aguas próximas a Copenhague. Es un día de caña y carrete ideal para toda la familia, que disfrutará de esta oportunidad para explorar la hermosa costa danesa y ver si pican. Descubre las hermosas aguas azules del estrecho de Oresund, que separa Dinamarca de Suecia y que es uno de los canales más transitados del mundo.

Pasa un día diferente a bordo de un barco de pesca capitaneado seguro y moderno. Una vez en los caladeros donde abundan el bacalao y la platija, pon el cebo en el anzuelo y prepárate para vivir una aventura en alta mar. Te proporcionaremos las cañas y los carretes y, aunque seas principiante, seguro que pescas algo con la ayuda del experto capitán que es todo un lobo de mar. Mantén los ojos bien abiertos para no perder de vista la fabulosa vida natural que puebla el estrecho de Oresund. No todos los animales que veas tendrán cola y escamas: también hay gran variedad de aves y muchas medusas.

También hay una acogedora salita para que los aspirantes a Hemmingways se relajen y descansen antes de volver a intentar que caiga un pez gordo. Lo que está garantizado es que tú morderás el anzuelo y caerás en las redes del estrecho de Oresund. Así que no dejes escapar esta fantástica excursión: reserva con antelación y disfruta de un inolvidable día de pesca en el océano azul.

Punto de encuentro: Lautrupskaj, Kalkbrænderihavnen.
Duración: Aprox. 7 horas.
Hora de inicio o apertura: A las 08:00 horas.
Idiomas: Inglés y danés.
Otros: Incluye 7 horas de pesca en el mar, permiso de pesca danés, caña y carrete y cebo. No apto para niños menores de 6 años.

desde 96,08 €

Reventlowsgade 7

Your Copenhagen tour starts at the city’s central station before venturing into what used to be the roughest neighborhood in town. As the world’s most famous red light district of the 60s, Vesterbro quickly made a name for itself, which brought with it drug addicts, street prostitutes, tattoo shops, as well as shady dive bars. Wandering the streets today, though, you’ll see first-hand how gentrification can change a place.

Highlights:

- Learn the seedy history of Vesterbro and wander streets once frequented by shady locals and travellers
- Experience where locals live and love to hang out with pit-stops in two beloved and distinctive pubs
- Experience how gentrification is transforming a shady neighbourhood into a hip urban area


We will start the tour with a visit to one of the few traditional bodegas still standing that has not been completely overrun by newcomers to the area. Here we will enjoy a beer in a familiar Danish atmosphere and talk about its importance for the locals who have lived in the neighborhood all their life.

From there, we will make our way up one of the most famous streets in Denmark, where you will hear stories of the Vesterbro of the past. This will take us into a quiet street where you will hear a drama-filled story of two siblings who had a nag for beer, which they turned into a hugely popular beer brand that resonates so well with the city’s contemporary way of life.

As we move on, you will hear about and experience one of the city’s amazing parks and its importance to the neighborhood, as well as be introduced to one of our local breakfast secrets that you just must try. We will end the tour at one of the abovementioned brothers’ newest additions to the Copenhagen bar scene: a Danish-Texan brewpub and restaurant that has taken Copenhagen by storm. Stay as long as you like, or, if you feel like exploring further, your guide will be happy to share dinner recommendations — there are many excellent places just around the corner.

desde 69 €

Nyhavn

The Trekroner Fortress is a small island situated at the entry to Copenhagen's harbour. When you are at the island you can enjoy the beautiful sky and water and enjoy the view. 300 years ago the island was a fortress whose task was to defend Copenhagen at any cost with its 24 cannons. Today it is a popular excursion spot, but it holds secrets, history, nature and culture - maybe this is also due to the fact that it is only accessible from the sea.

Trekroner is protected and it is an oasis in Copenhagen giving you an extra experience during your stay in Copenhagen. Join our tour and see the nature, architecture and the fantastic view over Copenhagen and the city's characteristic spires. The island has a great café and your ticket includes a cup of coffee or an ice cream.

Nyhavn

The tour takes its starting point in the 14 beautiful bridges that we pass which are all part of the former King Christian IV’s Copenhagen. Bridges are an important element in uniting quarters, people and history. Experience how the bridges bring us together and create a sense of proximity both geographically and socially.

Copenhagen is a “green” city, and bridges facilitate accessibility both on foot and by bike. The new bridges in the harbour are intended for bike riders. The oldest bridge that we see is the Marble Bridges which was built in 1745.

Join this tour and experience a new site of Copenhagen and more than 250 years of bridge history.

Øster Søgade

Your Copenhagen tour will meet at Dronning Louises Bro, a bridge that connects the inner city and Nørrebro. Thousands of pedestrians and cyclists cross the bridge daily, making it one of the busiest bike lanes in the world. The bridge is also a favourite local hangout that feels more like a park than a path — a great example of the city’s best urban planning.

And speaking of urban planning, we’re going to show off why Copenhagen is the world’s most livable city! The first stop on our tour will be the largest green courtyard in Nørrebro, where you’ll learn how life has changed in what used to be one of the poorest parts of Copenhagen — and how local activists and clever policies have helped to re-imagine the area.

We’ll exit the courtyard at Blaagaards Plads — a square that has played a central part in the area’s history and continues to do so today. From there we’ll continue towards Tjili Pop, which is a popular bar among students living in this area. Here we’ll enjoy an ecological beer or juice, before continuing our tour to Hans Tavsens Park. This park is a hidden gem, but widely used by locals.From there, we will continue towards Assistens Cemetery, which dates back to 1760 when it was founded outside the city walls. We’ll walk through the cemetery, where some of the most famous Danes are buried. We’ll also head to Jægersborggade, a lively street that’s dominated by independent design shops and small restaurants and cafés. On Jægersborggade, you will also find some of the city’s most exciting restaurants, including a famed Michelin star spot.

Your next stop will be Superkilen, a newly designed urban space, designed by Copenhagen’s own Bjarke Ingels. You’ll get the inside story of the different elements of the space, and learn how they play into Nørrebro’s modern history. We’ll finish the tour at a local bar over a beer.

Inclusions: Local English-speaking guide, pastry or bread, one beer.

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