Duration: at your own pace
Overview: Camp Adventure Park in Gisselfeld Klosters Skove (approx. one hour south of Copenhagen) is finally opening its doors to visitors who will be taken to new heights when the 900-metre-long boardwalk welcomes guests from the 31st of March. The centerpiece of the project, a 45-metre-tall hourglass-shaped tower, will provide 360 degree bird's-eye views to fulfill the forest experience. Camp Adventure's Tower will offer a unique nature experience, not found anywhere else in Scandinavia.
The way to the spectacular 45-metre-high spiraling observation tower is an experience in itself, with interactive, integrated elements with the purpose of increasing the visitors' knowledge of the forest. From the forest floor to the wooden crowns, the trees can be studied and experienced close and at eye level. Furthermore, the walkway will include diverse design features – including looping pathways, bleacher seating and bridges, resulting in a striking experience. From the top of the tower there is an unobstructed 25 km view over the rugged South Sealand manor landscape. The tower's top platform is 135 meters above sea level and the highest available point in the whole of Sealand.
The 10 climbing courses are all different and vary in height where you move from tree to tree via different obstacles or zip lines, two of them being the longest zip lines in Denmark.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Overview: Greet Copenhagen with this panoramic tour, passing most of the major highlights of the city such as Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Christiansborg Palace, Thorvaldsen's Museum,'the National Museum, the Royal Theatre, the Royal winter residence Amalienborg Palace and last but not least 'The Little Mermaid.'
Duration: 24 hours or 48 hours
Overview: With a Copenhagen Card you have: free entry to about 60 museums and attractions, free transport by train, bus and Metro and also from/to the airport, discounts on restaurants, car hire, shops and sights.
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Overview: The Grand Tour of Copenhagen covers all the major sights of the capital. Pass by the Tivoli Gardens and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Drive through the colorful canal district, past the National Museum to Christiansborg Palace, home to the Danish Parliament. Continue to the old Stock Exchange and across Kongens Nytorv, where you can see the Royal Theatre, world famous for its Royal Ballet. The tour continues past the colorful harbor district of Nyhav' to Amalienborg Palace, the winter residence of the Royal Family. Visit the Gefion Fountain and the Little Mermaid, inspired by Andersen's fairytale. Then visit one of the many magnificent churches in Copenhagen and drive past Rosenborg Castle, where the crown jewels are protected by the Royal Guard.
Duration: 6 hours and 30 minutes
Overview: Leave Copenhagen and head north for almost an hour along the coastline of Sweden through magnificent Danish countryside towards Helsingor and Kronborg Castle. Get the best out of a day in beautiful North Sealand: go inside and see the wonders of Frederiksborg Castle and later that day experience the Dungeons of Kronborg Castle. These attractions are called the Pearls of History. The tour also includes a photo stop at Fredensborg Castle (entrance fee not included).
Duration: At your own pace
Overview: Enjoy the magic of Tivoli Gardens, one of Copenhagen's most famous attractions and the world's second oldest amusement park. Tivoli Gardens has something for all ages and sizes, wild rides, green oases, gourmet food, concerts and much more. But Tivoli is more than just amusement, restaurants and entertainment; it is also fairy lights, flowers and romance. When darkness falls, Tivoli is at its most romantic. But no matter when you choose to visit Tivoli, it's like stepping into an enchanting universe.
Duration: 6 hours
Overview: 2 hours from Copenhagen is Odense, the "capital" of the island Funen and the birthplace of the fairytale writer Hans Christian Andersen. Drive across the impressive bridge to the island of Funen, known as "Denmark's garden," where most of Denmark's fruit is grown. The island is dotted with large, picturesque manors and half-timbered houses. Visit the unique medieval castle, Egeskov, built on thousands of oak wood trunks in the middle of a lake. The afternoon is free for shopping and possibility to visit Hans Christian Andersen's museum and his childhood home.
Duration: At your own pace
Overview: Denmark's first lager beer brewery went into operation on 10th of November 1847. It was founded by J.C. Jacobsen, who had just established Carlsberg Brewery in Valby outside the ramparts of Copenhagen. He strove constantly to improve beer production and quality, and his excellent lager beer became highly popular. You can see the history or Carlsberg beer and taste their beer! Includes 2 beer or soft drinks.
Duration: At your own pace
Overview: The Absolute Ice Bar in Copenhagen was opened in April 2007 and has become one of the most popular attractions in Copenhagen. It is kept at minus 5 degrees all year round and everything inside is made out of crystal clear ice transported especially from the Torne River in Jukkasjarvi, 200km north of the Arctic Circle in northern Sweden. A must do.
Duration: 5 hours or at your own pace
Overview: Take the train on Öresund bridge to Malmö in Sweden. Meet with a private guide upon arrival for a two hour guided tour where you will see the modern Western harbor living area and the Turning Torso building. In the afternoon you have some free time to stroll around in the city before taking the train back to Copenhagen.
Duration: Full day / Overnight
Overview: Funen is in the central part of the country and is Denmark's second largest island. The landscape is gently rolling and hilly with many orchards and living fences. Also characteristic of the island are the many thatched half-timbered farmhouses. The South Funen Archipelago is immediately south of Funen with islands of all sizes and beautiful straits, bays and inlets. Funen is linked to Zealand by the Great Belt Bridge and to Jutland by the Little Belt Bridge. Large and small ferries and bridges ensure connection to the outside world. The most visited attractions: Odense Zoo, Egeskov Castle, Funen Village, the Danish Railroad Museum, H.C. Andersen's house.
Duration: Overnight / Minimum 2 nights
Overview: There are only a few places in Denmark where you can experience a medieval town centre with timber framed grade II listed houses, cobble stone streets with the Cathedral as the crucial centre point. Founded around the year 700, Ribe was a Viking trading place, today visitors experience the special atmosphere of the town's historic streets. Ribe is a popular place for weekend stays as well as longer holidays. Visitors can spend several days at the town museums alone!
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