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Professional Outdoor Photo Sessions in Copenhagen

Professional Outdoor Photo Sessions in Copenhagen - Copenhagen, Denmark
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Duration: 1 to 4 hrs
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

From USD
$298.26

Experience a truly professional photo session in Copenhagen. Our packages are designed to create professional photographs by reserving time for discussions with you before the photo session, which will help us to plan and create a personalized itinerary for your needs no matter if you are a single person, a couple or even a family ... More info ›

Experience a truly professional photo session in Copenhagen. Our packages are designed to create professional photographs by reserving time for discussions with you before the photo session, which will help us to plan and create a personalized itinerary for your needs no matter if you are a single person, a couple or even a family.

Photographer Sergiu Leustean will guide you with posture, attitude and scenario tips in order to create beautiful artistic and well-composed photographs around the danish capital. With our options, you will be part of a creative process which will focus on quality, details and on emphasizing the subject (you) in an harmonious way with the streets and locations of Copenhagen. The packages include selection and editing based on the artist vision, so we can create a unique visual style for your private photo session.

Within 48 hours of making the booking you will be contacted by the photographer Sergiu Leustean. Our packages include planning time for a personalized itinerary for you - in this part of the process both sides will discuss and decide the best places and the best itinerary for the photo session taking into consideration the type of the customers and his needs.

Our packages include the following, depending on the package chosen:

  • between 0.5 - 2 h planning and discussions via skype / email for itinerary + mapping for your itinerary
  • 1 h photographer's transport time (30 min forth / 30 min back covered for zone 1 and 2 )
  • from 1 - 4 hours shooting time based on itinerary
  • from 2.5 - 5.5 hours for selection, editing, retouching, delivery by photographer & communication time
  • from 15 - 60 edited digital photographs at the highest resolution 
  • all the digital photographs taken during the photo session at the highest resolution, unedited in JPEG format delivered by a transfer service. 
  • a smart, beautiful online gallery is created for you from which you can share the photos you want with family and friends - this gallery will be online for 1 month.

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In the Footsteps of the Vikings - daytrip from Copenhagen to Roskilde

In the Footsteps of the Vikings - daytrip from Copenhagen to Roskilde - Copenhagen, Denmark
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Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

From USD
$94.65

Discover the Danish history with a visit to the Viking Ship Museum, the Roskilde Cathedral and Lejre Museum. 

At the Viking Ship Museum you will see original Viking ships, which was used to travel to faraway places for war and trade. At the UNESCO listed Roskilde Cathedral you will hear stories about the Viking kings Harald Bluetooth and Sweyn Forkbeard.
On the tour you will also visit Lejre Museum, located in the national park Skjoldungernes Land, where you will taste the Viking drink mead ... More info ›

Discover the Danish history with a visit to the Viking Ship Museum, the Roskilde Cathedral and Lejre Museum. 

At the Viking Ship Museum you will see original Viking ships, which was used to travel to faraway places for war and trade. At the UNESCO listed Roskilde Cathedral you will hear stories about the Viking kings Harald Bluetooth and Sweyn Forkbeard.
On the tour you will also visit Lejre Museum, located in the national park Skjoldungernes Land, where you will taste the Viking drink mead. The tour also explores one of the best kept burial chambers from around 3000 BC, Øm Passage Grave.

Join a day dedicated to the Vikings. An English-speaking guide will take you along to all the sights and tell you all you need to know. 

At the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde you can really follow the Vikings footsteps, you will learn how they lived and get an insight into the their craftsmanship. At the museum you can also see the beautiful and impressive original ships they used to travel to faraway places.

At the remarkable UNESCO listed Roskilde Cathedral, the famous Viking kings of Harald Bluetooth and Sweyn Forkbeard are buried alongside almost 40 Danish kings and queens. The Cathedral is one of the earliest examples of gothic architecture in Northern Europe and you will hear stories of how Sweyn Forkbeard conquered England as well as tales of Harold Bluetooth.

You will not only follow in the footsteps of the Vikings, you will be at the cradle of Danish civilization in Lejre, one of the most important power centers during the Viking Era and Iron Age dating from 500-1000 AC and home to a unique complex of long houses. At Lejre Museum, located in the national park Skjoldungernes Land, you will learn about ferocious myths, and taste a glass of the legendary Viking drink mead, which legend has it “he who drinks mead is ensured eloquence and knowledge”.

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Copenhagen Food Tour

Copenhagen Food Tour - Copenhagen, Denmark
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

From USD
$135.21

Explore Copenhagen on a food tour and learn about the Nordic country’s burgeoning cuisine and restaurant scene! Discover produce as fresh as the Scandinavian air and scout out the locals’ favorite eateries and market halls with an expert guide at your side. Food samples change according to season, but the tour includes enough treats to comprise a full meal, with delicacies like artisan cheese, organic ice cream, home-brewed beer, open rye-bread sandwiches and more.

After meeting your guide near Frederiksborggade in central Copenhagen, stroll around the city to learn about Danish cuisine and its gastronomic heritage ... More info ›

Explore Copenhagen on a food tour and learn about the Nordic country’s burgeoning cuisine and restaurant scene! Discover produce as fresh as the Scandinavian air and scout out the locals’ favorite eateries and market halls with an expert guide at your side. Food samples change according to season, but the tour includes enough treats to comprise a full meal, with delicacies like artisan cheese, organic ice cream, home-brewed beer, open rye-bread sandwiches and more.

After meeting your guide near Frederiksborggade in central Copenhagen, stroll around the city to learn about Danish cuisine and its gastronomic heritage. Throughout the past few decades, Denmark gained quite a conservative reputation when it came to food. However, its cuisine is experiencing a food revolution and many Copenhagen restaurants are replacing the heavy dishes of bygone decades with meals cooked from seasonal, local ingredients that sing with clean and pared-down flavors.

The best place to sample the new Nordic cuisine is, of course, in Copenhagen, so let your guide introduce you to the locals’ favorite eateries. The city’s burgeoning food scene is constantly evolving, so restaurants and delicatessens may be swapped on the day of your tour. Places mentioned are just intended to give you an idea of where you may visit.

Start with a stroll to Torvehallerne covered market halls to see Arla Unika, Copenhagen’s flagship cheese shop. Sample artisan cheese, developed in collaboration with the city’s Michelin-starred chefs, and admire the pungent wares on offer before strolling to Bornholm Shop to try liquorice, caramels and preserves.

Wander through Copenhagen Botanical Gardens and stop for a sample of of Danish apple wine while relaxing in the beautiful green surroundings. Then, take a break in Aamanns café – a hotspot for locals enjoying hearty open sandwiches called smørrebrød made from sourdough rye bread and predominantly organic and free range produce. Continue to a nearby restaurant called Nørrebro Bryghus to sample three different types of home-brewed beer, and then soak up the alcohol with an organic hotdog sample from Copenhagen’s Ecological Hotdog Stand.

Finish your tour at Summerbird Chocolate. Producing Copenhagen’s most luxurious chocolate and candy, the shop is also popular for its (highly addictive) flødeboller – chocolate-coated marshmallows.

Having eaten your way around Copenhagen, return to the start point where your tour finishes.

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Copenhagen Christmas Food Walking Tour

Copenhagen Christmas Food Walking Tour - Copenhagen, Denmark
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

From USD
$87.49

Take your tastebuds on a lipsmacking journey around Denmark’s Christmas cuisine with a 2-hour tour of Copenhagen’s food hotspots. With a local food-expert guide by your side, learn about the Danes’ Christmas culinary heritage and explore the food scene in and around the city’s trendiest culinary market, Torvehallerne ... More info ›

Take your tastebuds on a lipsmacking journey around Denmark’s Christmas cuisine with a 2-hour tour of Copenhagen’s food hotspots. With a local food-expert guide by your side, learn about the Danes’ Christmas culinary heritage and explore the food scene in and around the city’s trendiest culinary market, Torvehallerne. Sample yuletide delicacies such as Christmas licorice and cookies, sink your teeth into sausages, and raise a glass or two of mulled wine, festive schnapps and Denmark’s iconic Christmas lager, the dark and strong ‘Julebryg.’

Meet your food-expert guide at Torvehallerne in central Copenhagen and explore this vibrant covered market. As you walk, hear how much of the Danes’ celebration of Jul (Christmas) is linked to food and festive favorites such as roast pork, pâté, cake and cookies.

As you chat about the yuletide delicacies, enjoy several stops in and around the market. Venues might change on occasion, but your route always includes a number of tastings.

Visit Bornholmer Butikken and sample classics such as Danish Christmas jelly, cookies and licorice, accompanied by two types of Akvavit, the fiery local schnapps.

Continue to Omegn, a traditional farmer’s market stall. Try some gløgg and sausages, accompanied by a glass of Akvavit or another festive schnapps.

Other stops include Sweet Valentine, a patisserie famous for its scrumptious honninghjerte (Christmas honey heart), and GRØD, a café specializing in grød (porridge).

Visit Summerbird, a purveyor of handmade chocolates, and treat yourself to its exquisite seasonal chocolate. Then, head for the cozy Tante T tearoom to try its fragrant green and white Christmas teas.

Receive a bag of Christmas spices to take home from the spice shop, Asa, and finish at brewery-restaurant Nørrebro Bryghus. Here, try some craft beers, including Denmark’s annual festive beer, Julebryg, a dark lager only released in the holiday season.

After your beer tasting, bid a fond farewell to your guide outside Nørrebro, which is situated nearby the original start point.

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Local Copenhagen Canal Tour (60 Minutes)

Local Copenhagen Canal Tour (60 Minutes) - Copenhagen, Denmark
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

From USD
$31.81

Hey Captain was founded by friends on a boat and this is the atmosphere we want to deliver to our guests. So sit back, relax in our comfortable boats, and enjoy a drink as we take you around on a charming experience of the canals. 

During the tour your captain will show you our favorite sights and spots in the harbor ... More info ›

Hey Captain was founded by friends on a boat and this is the atmosphere we want to deliver to our guests. So sit back, relax in our comfortable boats, and enjoy a drink as we take you around on a charming experience of the canals. 

During the tour your captain will show you our favorite sights and spots in the harbor. There is plenty of time to ask questions and we hope you want to engage in a real conversation about life in Copenhagen. Our ambition is to give you a sense of the city more than an overload of historical facts. For the same reason our route is not a 100% standardized or fixed as we want to try to accommodate specific wishes of the group and special events in the harbor. In short, we will give you a good overview of the main sights in the central city in an informative relaxed way. 

  • Duration is 60 min in a slow and relaxing pace
  • Roof and blankets to keep you warm
  • Your personal smiling captain (and guide)
  • Includes 1 drink, either wine, beer or soda - (from Nov-Dec we have glögg and hot chocolate instead)
  • Public tour with a maximum of 12 people per boat 
  • Departure and arrival at Kvaesthusbroen / Ofelia Plads (downtown Copenhagen)
  • Be ready at departure spot 10 min prior departure time
  • Some of the main sights (can very depending on group wishes): Amalienborg Castle, the Royal Opera House, The Royal Playhouse, alternative freetown Christiania, Christianshavn, Church of our Saviour, our parliament building Christiansborg, the old stock exchange, the Circle bridge and many many more  

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Small-Group Vesterbro Beer and Culture Walking Tour in Copenhagen

Small-Group Vesterbro Beer and Culture Walking Tour in Copenhagen - Copenhagen, Denmark
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

From USD
$81.28

Discover Copenhagen’s once-infamous neighborhood of Vesterbro on this 3-hour beer and culture walking tour. Formerly a red-light district, Vesterbro is now one of Copenhagen’s hippest areas, with innovative restaurants, cool cafes and trendy beer bars ... More info ›

Discover Copenhagen’s once-infamous neighborhood of Vesterbro on this 3-hour beer and culture walking tour. Formerly a red-light district, Vesterbro is now one of Copenhagen’s hippest areas, with innovative restaurants, cool cafes and trendy beer bars. Explore the vibrant streets with your in-the-know guide, see some of the original places that helped earn its shady reputation, and stop to sample delicious craft brews as your guide tells tales about Vesterbro’s seedy past. Numbers are limited to 12 for a more personalized experience.

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 drugs, prostitution, tattoo shops, and dive bars along with it. Wandering the streets today, though, you’ll see first-hand how the neighborhood has changed.

Visit one of the few traditional bodegas still standing that has not been completely overrun by newcomers to the area. Here you will enjoy a beer and talk about what this establishment means to locals who have lived in the neighborhood all their life.   

From there, make your way up one of the most famous streets in Denmark, where you will hear stories of the Vesterbro of the past. Travel through 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.

You'll also pass one of the city’s amazing parks and learn about its importance to the neighborhood. Then, enjoy an introduction to a local breakfast secret that you just must try.

Your tour will end at one of the 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.

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