Meet your guide and driver at your hotel for a half-day private tour of Copenhagen with a visit to Rosenborg Castle. During the tour, you will see the city's most important sights including Kongens Nytorv, Royal Theatre, the colorful Nyhavn harbor district, Tivoli Gardens, Amalienborg Castle, Gefion Fountain, the Little Mermaid statue and the canal district with the National Museum, impressive Stock Exchange and Christiansborg Castle, home to the Danish Parliament ... More info ›
Meet your guide and driver at your hotel for a half-day private tour of Copenhagen with a visit to Rosenborg Castle. During the tour, you will see the city's most important sights including Kongens Nytorv, Royal Theatre, the colorful Nyhavn harbor district, Tivoli Gardens, Amalienborg Castle, Gefion Fountain, the Little Mermaid statue and the canal district with the National Museum, impressive Stock Exchange and Christiansborg Castle, home to the Danish Parliament. On your tour, you will also visit Rosenborg Castle, built by King Christian IV in the 17th century, which manages to be both ornate and cozy. On display are three centuries of royal furnishings, as well as the crown jewels.
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In Copenhagen you will find tons of different ways to experience the city. Walk, drive, sail, bike or eat your way through town. Copenhagen is small enough for you to experience it by foot. But if you do not know where the good sights are and the stories they tell, then what good does it do? Luckily for you there are lots of great guided tours around the city with very different themes and objectives. The traditional tours will take you to the most significant sights and important places in Copenhagen city centre and show you the best of the cty in a few hours. Join tours during your trip to Copenhagen and view all the major sights of the Danish Capital. You will pass by the Tivoli Gardens and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. See through the colorful canal district and look at the most important places including the National Museum and Christiansborg Palace, home to the Danish Parliament. Continue on to the old Stock Exchange and across Kongens Nytorv, where you will be able to see the Royal Theater, world-famous for its Royal Ballet. Also you can see the Amalienborg Palace, winter residence of the Royal Family. Here you will have the opportunity to see the Changing of the Guard. Next you will visit the Gefion Fountain and the Little Mermaid, inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairytale. Last but not least, pay a visit to one of the many magnificent churches in Copenhagen and the Rosenborg Castle, where the crown jewels are protected by the Royal Guard. A royal hermitage set in the King’s Garden in the heart of Copenhagen, Rosenborg Castle features 400 years of splendor, royal art treasures and the Crown Jewels and Royal Regalia. Rosenborg Castle was built by one of the most famous Scandinavian kings, Christian IV, in the early 17th century. Among the main attractions is the Knights’ Hall with the coronation thrones and three life-size silver lions standing guard. Tapestries on the walls commemorate battles between Denmark and Sweden. The interiors are well-preserved and invite you to take a journey in time. You can experience the king’s private writing cabinet, his bathroom, and see wax figures of former royal inhabitants. Rosenborg also houses an exquisite collection of Flora Danica and one of the world’s finest Venetian glass collections, both set in tower chambers. See Denmark's crown jewels. The crowns of the Danish kings and queens are kept in special vaults and are embellished with table-cut stones, enamel and gold ornamentation. Rosenborg Castle has a sister museum at Amalienborg Palace displaying royal history from the mid 19th century unto today. At Rosenborg Castle you can see portraits of Johan Friedrich Struensee and Queen Caroline Mathilde. The portrait of Struensee is from 1824 by Hans Hansen and is a copy of a painting from the hand of painter Jens Juel. The portrait of Queen Caroline Mathilde is from 1771 and painted by Jens Juel.