This year we celebrate 10o years of woman in Danish politics After decades of pressure, Danish women gained the right to vote in 1915. In the ensuing decades, a few strong female politicians stood out in a crowd of male counterparts. In the 1980s, female ministers and MPs became a common sight – and in […]
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At Tours In Copenhagen we offer all sorts of guided tours in and around Copenhagen. We are a little inbound bureau offering guided tours in and around Copenhagen. After being on one of ours guided tours we want you to leave the city with the sense, that you did not hire a guide, but had a friend showing you around. We are among the two best guides in Copenhagen, just read our reviews.
On a guided tour you will discover, that Copenhagen is a peculiar city. Copenhagen is in the East of the country, but once it was in the middle. Once Copenhagen was a small fishing village, now it is a modern capital. Once Denmark was a naval superpower, but before that teared by war. And before that there was Vikings – they were not really in Copenhagen and yet the Vikings had a huge impact on Copenhagen and Denmark. Denmark were occupied by Nazi Germany, but cooperated with Germans and saved the Jews at the same time. A great part of the Danish wealth fare is based upon the Danish Model, flexi-securiuty and a tradition for compromises, cooperation and incremental improvements. Discover more of theses subjects and much much more on our guided tours.
At Tours In Copenhagen we offer always strive to give you the best time by giving you a personal guided tour. As your new friend in Copenhagen. Find you personal guided tour here
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- Kristian was fun, knowledgeable, engaging, and extremely flexible when it comes to adjusting the tour to my interests. It was more like taking a walk with a friend who happens to be an expert in Danish history and places than with a tour guide who is driven by a script he needs to follow. I recommend him highly to anyone who wants to understand the Danish culture in a fun way, get more than just few pictures to send home, and enjoy a wonderful and very memorable time in Copenhagen!
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- I had lots of fun with a custom tower tour that Kristian planned according to my ideas. We still deviated where and when it suited us and I really enjoyed the flexible approach. I also heard a lot that only a local can tell. Things that aren't in history books.
Tom Snook, US
Richard Wolpert, US
John Hembrow, AUS
Kar Ming Chong, AUS
Michael Schwartz, US
- Firstly Kristian was on time and very polite. He pointed out many aspects of Copenhagen that we would have missed and was kind enough to share his own insights such as his military service, and aspects of what Copenhagen is like in the summer months and how he enjoys his own personnel time. We in fact enjoyed a lunch in our hotel together at the end of the tour
Robert Burton, UK
Robert Sergelius, Finland
Helen Swanston, US