NORDIC EXPERIENCE has received another TripAdvisor® Travellers’ Choice Award for the 9th consecutive year for period 2014-2023. Now in our 15th year, this achievement allows us to say thank you to all of our lovely guests for trusting your vacation experience in our hands. We can´t wait to welcome you again and share this magical and dynamic culture around the Baltic Sea and in Scandinavia with you.


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Best Views of Copenhagen

When you have had enough of the bustling and beautiful Copenhagen on street-level, come and climb these vantage points for the best view from up above in Copenhagen. Copenhagen is a city with quite a few spires, towers and other observation decks. Here are some of our favorite spots to visit while in Copenhagen.
Cityscape of Copenhagen, Denmark

The Round Tower ( Rundetarn)

This is the view from what is probably the most famous tower in Copenhagen. The Round Tower is a classic spot to take in a beautiful sunset over the rooftops of the historic city center.

An epic view of Amalienborg, Copenhagen’s inner harbor and the opera house in one. The tower is open all Saturdays and Sundays at 13.00, and each day between June 15 – August 31.

 The tower of Christiansborg Palace

You’ll feel on top of the world when taking in the view from the tower of the Danish Parliament building. Entrance is free, by the way, and the restaurant is highly recommendable.

Standing at a dizzying 90 metres, and with a spiraling walk to the top, this tower is not for the faint of heart. The view from the top is totally worth it, though.

The iconic ZOO Tower from May 1905 is one of the oldest buildings in Copenhagen ZOO. Once you have climbed the 182 steps to the top in the 50-meter-tall tower, you have a wonderful view of Copenhagen’s towers and rooftops.


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Did You Know- 25 Fun Facts About Denmark & Copenhagen from herring to sky-high taxes!

1.  The Kingdom of Denmark includes, besides Denmark, the self-governing areas of Greenland and the Faroe Islands.

2. The Danish monarchy has existed for over a thousand years.

Frederiksbrog Castle, Denmark

3. In Denmark, it rains every second day. On average, a year has 171 days with a precipitation of more than 0.1mm).

4. In a year, the average temperature changes from 0 °C in January to 16 °C in August.

5. The ice free part of Greenland is almost 10 times larger than Denmark.

6. Denmark borders with only one country, Germany.

7. If you decide to buy a boat in Copenhagen and sail to the nearest shore on the other side of the water, you will arrive to Sweden.

8. LEGO is Danish!

9. The Danes enjoy salty licorice with a cold glass of milk.

10. When trying to be funny in Copenhagen, remember the Danes have a strong sense of irony.

11. You might want to consider moving to Denmark, as The UN World Happiness Report has rated Danes as the happiest people on earth two years in a row.

12. Interestingly enough, the Danish language has no word for “please”.

13. Do not jaywalk! When crossing the road Danes always wait for the traffic signals to change to “go”. Even if the road is clear!

14. First acknowledged in 1219, the Danish flag remains the oldest state flag in the world still in use by an independent nation.

Danish National Flag

15. Danes eat an average of 42 sausages a year.

16. Danes really like pickled herring.

 Classic Danish Open-Top Herring Sandwich

17. Copenhagen has more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other city in Scandinavia.

18. The Copenhagen harbor is clean enough to swim in!


Nyhavn harborfront, Copenhagen

19. Lars Ulrich of Metallica was born in Denmark.

20. The Great Danes dog breed probably did not originate from Denmark, but from Germany.

21. Only three Danish films have sold more than one million tickets.

22. The Danish alphabet has three letters not found in the English alphabet: Æ, Ø, and Å. All three are vowels, and they come after the letter Z in the Danish alphabet.

23. The Danes love quality food. This makes this small nation the fifth largest exporter of food in the world.

24. Place names in the UK ending in -by (Whitby) and -thorpe (Scunthorpe) were Viking settlements.

25. The average tax rate in Denmark is 49%.


Come and see if all of the above is actually true or not on our Copenhagen City Tours & Shore Excursions.


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Guide To Top 10 Danish Traditional Lunches- Go Sandwich! has put together a delicious overview of most mouth-watering traditional Danish lunch. If dark rye bread and herring are not your thing, try a delicious Danish-inspired sandwich called Stjerneskuld ( A Shooting Star in English).

Here are some fabulously witty tips for making your Shooting Star Sandwich no matter where in the world you are hungry for some Danish-style lunch.

Easily Denmark’s craziest concept open-faced sandwich, the Shooting Star is both a treat to the eyes and an extravaganza to the taste buds. How can I describe this famous construction? Well, it’s basically a combination of every known fish and seafood topping you find in the common sandwich toolkit – it’s what the average Dane could potentially make with the leftover smørrebrød toppings from a large family gathering – and in fact, that is why I am making this very treat – loads of leftovers!

The concept is based on the 1st cardinal rule of gastrony: that if one yummy thing tastes good, then therefore it stands to reason that five yummy things must taste five times better!

Buttered Danish Rye Bread (Rugbrød)


The essential ingredients are the following:

Fried Plaice (or Sole) Filet
Pickled Herring
Smoked or Cured Salmon
North Atlantic Shrimp
Optional green stuff: Dill, Lettuce
Lemon Wedge


Basically, you pile it all up on the bread, fitting it all as best as possible, not worrying too much about spill over. Then go to town with fork and knife and beer. Decadent! Scrumptious! Awesome! Words can barely describe…


Anyway, you shouldn’t take our word for it. Make it yourself and enjoy. However, if you aren’t able to make this yourself, but you happen to be visiting Denmark, here are a few excellent spots where you can find a professional Danish-chef who will gladly make a Stjerneskuld for you. If undecided, let one of our typically Danish friendly and easy-going tour guide give you their locals tips on where to go for a sandwich when taking a break for coffee & sandwich on one of our Copenhagen Tours.

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Guide To Top 10 Danish Traditional Lunches

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