Copenhagen is Denmark’s dynamic capital. From the iconic Little Mermaid statue and the fairytale fairground of Tivoli Gardens to the charming Christiansborg Palace and the towering Old Stock Exchange, there's much to see in Copenhagen.
This sensational city sits on the islands of Zealand and Amager, connected to Malmö in Sweden by the Øresund Bridge. Established in the 10th Century as a Viking village, in the 15th Century, Copenhagen became the capital of Denmark. Since the turn of the 21st Century, it has enjoyed a boom in urban and cultural development, becoming one of the major financial centers of Northern Europe.
The city boasts a huge variation in architecture, especially between its diverse neighborhoods, and benefits from a high number of cycle paths - this is a very bike-friendly city! At the heart of the city, grand palaces dominate the stunning skyline, with gorgeous gardens, charming churches, and vibrant cultural venues all nestled in their shadows.
There are countless phenomenal sightseeing spots to cover in Copenhagen, and your itinerary would feel overwhelming without the efficient offering of a guided bike tour, taking you in less than a day to the very best historic and cultural locations. A typical bike tour takes in Copenhagen City Hall, Christiansborg Palace, the Royal Library, Old Stock Exchange, Nyhavn, the Royal Danish Playhouse, Copenhagen Opera House, Amalienborg Palace, Marble Church, the Little Mermaid, Kastellet, King’s Garden, and the Copenhagen Lakes.
With the added benefit of bike rental, you can capitalize on your time in Copenhagen, the ‘City of Spires’!