CPH-013 - Private Royal Copenhagen Tour with Christianborg Palace, Rosenborg Castle & Crown Jewels#Shore Excursions #City Tours
Royal Copenhagen Tour is filled with highlights of the Danish 800-year old kingdom with visits to Rosenborg Castle and Christiansborg Palace.
Tour price per adult:
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- 6h private guide services
- 6h private tour vehicle
- Copenhagen sightseeing tour
- Entrance & guided tour of Christiansborg Palace
- Copenhagen Old Town walking tour
- Entrance & guided tour of Rosenborg Castle & Treasury
- Private round transfer from/to cruise port/hotel
- Gratuities to the guide and driver are not included in the tour price.
Meet & greet at cruise port/hotel followed by Copenhagen sightseeing tour with stops at Little Mermaid and Amalienborg Palace
Christiansborg Palace guided tour
Free time for lunch and shopping
Copenhagen Old Town walking tour
Drive to Rosenborg Castle and tour of the Castle & Treasury
Return transfer to cruise port/hotel
Children’s Discounts: 3-year-old and under are free, 15% discount for ages 4-12.
Please note, Christiansborg Palace Reception Rooms are closed for public during official state events. An alternative visit will be offered to Amalienborg Palace Museum. Special closed days in 2020/The Royal Reception Rooms: February 10., 20., 21., and 24th. March 9th and 23rd April 9.-17., 20., 24., 25., 28th.
This tour can also start or end at the airport.
- The Little Mermaid statue
- Amalienborg Palace
- The Marble Church
- Opera House
- Copenhagen Town Hall & Town Hall Square
- Tivoli Gardens & Amusement Park
- Christiansborg Palace
- Royal Reception Rooms & Queens Tapestries
- Stroget Walking Street
- King´s New Square/Kongens Nytorv
- Royal Danish Theatre
- Nyhavn old harbor district
- Rosenborg Castle & Treasury
Enjoy stunning architecture, royal palaces and charming waterfront areas of the noble Danish capital as you are being guided through the glorious and fascinating history of the world’s oldest monarchy.
We will begin exploring the Danish capital on a drive along the harbor front where architectural masterpieces lie side by side lighting up the stunning canal view. Our first stops will take us to the true Danish symbols. Amalienborg Castle as the Royal Residence and Little Mermaid statue are almost neighbors and both equally important landmarks of a nation affectionate about their Queen and legendary writers.
Apart from the abundance of national treasures, there is something equally intriguing to be found in the magnificent history of the Danish monarchs. That is the amazing transformation of royalty´s role in a modern day society, where our next visit will shine a light on a more colorful period in the royal’s life in Denmark.
Our next visit is a treat for those who appreciate fine craftsmanship of Christiansborg Palace. Home of the nation’s parliament and Royal Reception Rooms is a truly magnificent sight with plenty of regal history in an elegant backdrop. We will also admire the contemporary approach taken by the creators of Queen´s Tapestries in the Great Hall recounting the years of Denmark and the world from Viking era onward.
Exploring the capital of Denmark while strolling and engaging in fascinating conversation with your local guide, is a gratifying experience. We will now experience one of the longest pedestrian streets of the world, called Strøget. After a short break, our itinerary filled with royal highlights continues on foot. A number of the oldest houses on the city are located at Nyhavn, where Danish cuisine and stunning canal views is the order of the day. An area, which has been called home by Hans Christian Andersen and many brassy sailors before the famous author of classic fairytales himself.
Rosenborg Castle, country-home-turned royal residence is a pure delight to visit with its setting among lush green gardens. The tapestries and halls inside reveal a definition of true royal opulence. Crown Jewels exhibited in the castle since the 17th century are however a real treat for those spellbound by royal history. The Danish crown jewels are the only ones in the world that are both museum pieces and worn by the country’s Queen, including Napoleon era diamonds to crowns worn by past rulers.
The simple and functional ways of modern day Danes can not hide the rich and proud heritage of its royal roots. Our royal exploration of Copenhagen ends comfortably back in the cruise harbor or your hotel.