Renaissance castles, historic and modern architecture, bike riding, Viking heritage, world class cuisine, Christmas markets, canal cruises, Legoland, Hamlet's castle, forests, beaches and Danish pastries. Visit Denmark and experience Scandinavian style and hygge at its best.
With more the 20 Denmark tours listed, we are sure you will find something that excites you below.
Denmark is friendly and arguably the most hospitable of the Nordic neighbours. It is simply good to be a traveller in Denmark. With dynamic cities, beautiful beaches, Viking history modern art and medieval castles, Denmark has a lot to see and do.
Short distances make it easy to get around and explore Denmark's beautiful forests and stunning coastline. With the ability to hop on a bike you can explore parts of a city that otherwise only locals would experience. Public transport is easily accessible, and self-drives like Denmark's Viking Trail tour will get you out of Copenhagen to see other parts of Denmark.
If you like bike riding, our Cycle the Fairy-tale island tour is a great way to explore the island of Fyn in the centre of Denmark. Short distances, beautiful scenery and charming towns makes the journey enjoyable and not too strenuous.
For those of us that spent our weekends and holidays building LEGO, a trip to visit LEGOLAND is a dream come true. staying on site in one of the themed rooms, it is hard to say who will have more fun here, the kids or the parents.
For all the foodies, travel between Stockholm, Copenhagen and Oslo on the Nordic Capitals Gourmet tour with lots of included food tours whilst staying in centrally located boutique hotels. This is an all-encompassing itinerary offering a variation of traditional culture, breathtaking scenery and modern city life.
Of course, a trip to Denmark is not complete without visiting the charming capital Copenhagen- Danish design, fashion, culture and Nordic cuisine. Home to the oldest theme park in the world Tivoli gardens, beautiful Nyhavn, palaces and the Little Mermaid statue, get active, go bike riding so you can enjoy Danish pastries afterwards.