An introduction to Danish culture showcased by stunning Royal castles, the history of the Danish Royal family, Denmark’s second largest city of Århus on the Jutland Peninsula and enduring fairy tales of Denmark’s most famous writer, Hans Christian Andersen.

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Opportunity to discover UNESCO World Heritage-listed Kronborg Castle

Discover how Danish culture has changed throughout the centuries

Embark on a private walking tour in Odense

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Day 1


Arrive in Copenhagen and transfer to your hotel. The Danish capital is an amazing, vibrant city all year round. Join a private walking tour with a local guide and see the most important landmarks of the city with the happiest people on earth. See the panoramic views of Tivoli Gardens, Christiansborg Castle, City Hall Square, Royal Castle of Amalienborg, the famous Little Mermaid and Nyhavn area with all the cosy and traditional small restaurants.

Day 2


Today discover some of the many options the area has to offer. Suggested options are Roskilde Dome and the Viking Ships, or North Sealand with its many remarkable castles. Kronborg Castle is one of northern Europe’s best-preserved Renaissance castles, made famous by William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. (B)

Day 3


Enjoy the sustainable train journey to the Jutland peninsular. Arrive at the city of Århus, the second-largest city in Denmark. Århus is a beautiful old town with a charming seafront and a breathtaking historic old town. Being "the door to Jutland" Århus has an incredible selection of activities to offer whether you like culture, nature, family-friendly activities, or the sweet life. Take a stroll with a local guide at the biggest attraction in Århus, the Open-Air Museum of Den Gamle By in the heart of Århus. In just 2 hours you will learn how Danish culture has changed throughout centuries. The tour immerses in the past while exploring some of the 75 Danish structures with themed exhibits. (B)

Day 4


There are many options available for an exciting day, whether you want to experience the Lakeland with some of the most beautiful nature views of Denmark, wish to explore the 4th biggest city Aalborg up North or visit the highly authentic and sustainable island of Samsø, famous for the local potato production, or Thunø a traffic-free island with highly idyllic identity just a short ferry ride from the coast. (B)

Day 5


Take the sustainable train to the third-largest city in Denmark, Odense – most famous for being the birth town of the famous fairy-tale writer, Hans Christian Andersen. Odense is also known as "the heart of Denmark" due to its favourable location on the island of Funen, with easy access to every corner of the country.
Join a walking tour and visit the main points of interest in Denmark's 3rd largest city. Walk around at an easy pace, visit the Old Town, some of the most interesting Hans Christian Andersen's museums, and of course the large cathedral and the King's Garden. (B)

Day 6


Today you have a full day to experience what else Odense and the surroundings have to offer.
Join a guided food walk or maybe you would want to visit a local family and have dinner in their home? You could also take the opportunity to visit the majestic castle gardens at Egeskov, probably the most beautiful castle in Denmark. (B)

Day 7


After breakfast take the sustainable train back to Copenhagen. The Kastrup Airport is less than two hours from Odense. (B)

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