Half-day walking tour of Copenhagen

Nyhavn, Amalienborg Palace, and Tivoli Gardens

/10 (3,831 votes)

Copenhagen, Denmark

3 Hours

About this tour

Copenhagen is stunning and not too big, so the best way to experience the city without a doubt is to partake in a free walking tour. What could be more stunning than wandering down a beautiful cobbled street, taking in the stunning architecture? Enjoy personalized guide attention and a customizable itinerary on this half-day walking tour of Copenhagen On this tour, we will explore the most significant parts of inner Copenhagen. Stroeget shopping street on the tour, Frederiks Kirke (Marmorkirken) pass by, Nyhavn (New Harbour), Amalienborg Museum , Lur Blowers monument on the tour, see the Royal Danish Theatre Play House and Magasin du Nord finish at Christiansborg. Our guides are available for you in all weather conditions all you need to do is dress appropriately and it’s on. The walking tour can be taken by most travellers even those in wheelchair

Tour Highlights

  • Private walking tour for just you and your party
  • Private tour guarantees individualized attention
  • See the main sights and landmarks of Copenhagen
  • Multiple departure times available to fit your schedule

Practical information


  • Professional guide
  • Gratuities

Not Included

  • Food and drinks


Additional information

Operated by Copenhagen Free Walking Tours


/10 (3,831 votes)

A Copenhagen native, Rikke is a knowledgeable, accommodating, and extremely personable guide. In addition to showing us the major sites and landmarks, Rikke shared several of her personal spots around the city and the highlights of the history of Copenhagen. She gave us recommendations for restaurants where the locals eat, the best coffee shops and bakeries, and where to shop for replacement clothing as our luggage did not arrive because of a French labour strike. If you’re looking for an enjoyable introduction to Copenhagen, we highly recommend you book this tour with Rikke.

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