Wake up to cosmopolitan, charming & buzzing Copenhagen
Admire the beautiful city of Copenhagen, steeped in maritime and regal history. The National Museum offers an unrivalled experience of Danish cultural history from the Stone Age right up to modern times. Take time to explore this great city, with it's key icons like the Little Mermaid and Amalienborg Palace.
|1||Depart for Copenhagen||Visit Nyhavn, Copenhagen’s “New Harbour”. Steeped in maritime history & once home to Hans Christian Anderson. The colourful buildings are worth a look||Enjoy your evening meal & go swimming afterwards in the tropical Swim Centre|
|2||Explore Copenhagen on a guided bicycle tour. Take in the Cathedral, the Little Mermaid, Gefion Fountain & Amalienborg Palace: the residence of the Danish Royal Family||Take a journey through time at Rosenbourg Castle & grounds where you'll admire 400 years of ornate splendour, portraits, tapestries & the magnificent Crown Jewels||Enjoy your evening meal followed by bowling fun|
|3||Submerge yourself at the Blue Planet, northern Europe’s largest aquarium. The layout is intended to make you feel like you are swimming underwater… with hammerhead sharks, rays & moray eels||A visit to Denmark’s National Museum uncovers exhibitions from the Stone Age, the Viking Age, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance & Modern Danish History. You’ll grasp some knowledge of the history of this unique country||Catch a film (in English) at a local cinema|
|4||Scale Europe’s oldest observatory at the Rundetårn for great views of Copenhagen. On a clear day you could see Sweden||Grab a chance for some shopping before you leave for the airport to travel home||Depart for home|