Explore the Kingdom of Denmark by visiting some of the country’s most famous and iconic sites. Discover Copenhagen, one of the oldest capitals in Europe, with an exclusive royal touch. Head to Odense, the birthplace of the infamous Danish author Hans Christian Andersen. Finally, visit Aarhus, the second-largest city in Denmark, where you can experience a vibrant mix of energy and history.

Itinerary Highlights

  • Cycle the streets like a local.
  • Explore Danish Cities
  • Stunning Boat trip to Copenhagen
  • Visit UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • Learn about the history of Denmark

What’s included

  • Private tours for most included activities
  • Meet & greet airport service
  • Luxury or boutique accommodation at your chosen level
  • Expert guides in each destination


This is an example itinerary. It is fully flexible; you can add or detract days and include hotels at your chosen budget. It departs daily.



Price Guide


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Day 1

Fly to Copenhagen

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Day 2

Copenhagen – Getting Aclimatised

Upon arrival, private transfer to a hotel in the city centre.
Rest of the day at leisure – walk along the streets and explore the city of the royal family, and the main street Strøget, with many shops, bars and cafes.

Highlights of Denmark
Highlights of Denmark
Day 3-4

Discover Copenhagen

Enjoy the famed charms from the past and present, including the infamous Little Mermaid and the rococo Royal Palace Amalienborg. Walk around Nyhavn, originally a busy commercial port, but nowadays a popular tourist place. Don’t forget to mention the house Nr. 20, home to the famous writer H.C. Andersen. Especially during summer, Nyhavn is the perfect place to end a long day.
If time allows you, you should try to bike around the city as a real Copenhagener. Copenhagen is world famous for its biking culture, which is as old as the bicycle. Copenhageners have used bicycles to transport themselves to work since the 1880s.

Day 5


This morning, transfer westbound towards Fyn, another Danish Island on which the city of Odense stands. Once you arrive, your guide will take you around the city.
You are in a historical city where the writer H.C. Andersen was born and lived. Don’t miss the museum retracing his life work or visiting his childhood home in a cute city neighbourhood.

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Highlights of Denmark
Day 6-7


Transfer to Aarhus: In the late morning, you arrive in Aarhus, the second biggest city in Denmark. This dynamic and young town is perfect for a short stay and discovery.

You can explore its art museum, ARoS, with spectacular architecture and many modern art pieces. Walk through the city centre, where you will stumble upon a wide range of hip boutiques, cafés, antique stores, and art galleries. Don’t forget to visit the cathedral, the longest and tallest of its kind in the country.

Spend some time in Den Gamle By – a national open-air museum of urban history and culture, a reconstitution of olden days, giving an insight into everyday Danish life in the past centuries.

Day 8

Copenhagen by Boat

You have the morning to complete your visits to Aarhus.
In the afternoon, transfer to the ferry terminal, where you will sail from Aarhus back to Sjælland Island for over an hour.
Enjoy the trip as the boat crosses the sea to reach the other side. You will then disembark in Odden, where you will be transferred back to Copenhagen.
Upon arrival in Copenhagen, spend this last day completing your discovery of Denmark. You could indulge in a fun evening in Tivoli Garden or walk around the city centre’s small cobbled streets with a visit to the Round Tower. This attraction offers fantastic views over this one-of-a-kind Scandinavian capital.

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Day 9

Fly home

A note on price

The prices outlined above are a rough guide to give you an idea of costs and enable you to budget for your trip.

Guide prices are generally for private arrangements based on twin share, in well located, good quality accommodation (excluding international flights).

Please note costs are indicative and may vary due to a number of factors such as; travel date, hotel choice, room category, number of people travelling and prevailing exchange rates.

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When to travel

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Denmark is a beautiful country to visit, but it’s always important to be prepared for the weather. The best time to visit is during the summer months, from June to August, when temperatures are mild and pleasant. However, even during these months, it can be a good idea to bring a light jacket or sweater for cooler evenings. In the autumn and winter, temperatures can drop significantly, with rain and occasional snowfall. It’s always a good idea to check the weather forecast before your trip to ensure you are prepared for any conditions.

Add on’s

This Danish itinerary has many add-on holiday options; for example, you could head to Norway, a stunning country with many similarities to Denmark. It is famous for its breathtaking fjords, majestic mountains, and natural beauty. Sweden is another Scandinavian nation renowned for its lively cities, picturesque vistas, and rich cultural heritage. Finland is an excellent option for those who want to experience the Northern Lights, Lapland’s wilderness, and the country’s unique sauna culture.

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