Visit the capital of the oldest kingdom in the world
Discover Copenhagen: Panoramic visit to the capital of the oldest kingdom in the world, a city steeped in history and vitality. Here we can see the famous Little Mermaid statue, inspired by Hans Christian Andersen fable and symbol of the city; we will also see the ornamental fountain Geffion; the Amalienborg Palace, in Rococo style, winter residence of the royal family; Nyhavn harbor, a living monument to the seafaring traditions with colorful facades; the Protestant Cathedral, home of the royal wedding of Prince Frederik and Mary Donaldson; the old Stock Exchange, built by King Christian IV, the King Architect, in seventeenth century Dutch Renaissance style; Christiansborg Palace, seat of the Danish Parliament; the Black Diamond (Royal Library) and its interior gardens; Tivoli Park; Town Hall Square; Copenhagen Opera and more.
Duration: 3 Hours.
Transport: private vehicle.
Extensions to the Discover Copenhagen Tour:
Rosenborg Palace: Built in the early seventeenth century and full of medieval atmosphere, it is the oldest Danish royal palace in Dutch Renaissance style, concentrated exquisite display of royal jewels, crowns and thrones of monarchs, both from the absolutist era as elective. Surrounded by beautiful gardens, it is the magnificent Rose Palace, as the name implies.
Christiansborg Palace: it is the seat of the Danish Parliament. Here are the stately halls of representation Real, where Queen Margrethe receives foreign dignitaries, banquets are organized and plácets accorded to ambassadors accredited to the country; Also on display at the Great Auditorium are the famous Gobelins (tapestries) describing the history of Denmark.
Navigation along the canals: The Danish capital is even more dazzling from its waterways. Unmissable complement to sightseeing tour of the city. Sailing around Copenhagen through their channels allows us to discover the intimate spirit of the city and gives us a lively and detailed experience of this metropolis as related to navigation, fishing and the sea.