Visit Denmark's picturesque small towns, walk through centuries of Danish history and discover Copenhagen, Denmark's laid-back capital, on a guided tour. Explore the unique culture and landscape of Bornholm and the stunning seascapes of North Jutland. Choose from 27 guided coach trips and small group tours to explore Hans Christian Andersen's magical homeland with colourful cobblestone villages and majestic castles.
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Must do Denmark experiences and highlights
Majestic Rosenborg Castle
Take a tour of Rosenborg Castle, home to some of the crown jewels of Denmark. See the unique Throne Chair, made from narwhal tusks.
The Historic Laneways of Odense
Visit the home town of Hans Christian Andersen, whose fairy tales continue to delight children today and give flavour to this charming city on Funen Island.
Cycle to the Freetown of Christiania
Cycle to the controversial Freetown of Christiania where a local guide will tell you about this self-proclaimed autonomous neighbourhood, south-east of the city centre.
Explore the beauty of Copenhagen’s renowned Tivoli Gardens, the stylish and tasteful amusement park adorned with fairy lights of an evening, setting the scene for a special dinner on your guided tour.
The Colours of Copenhagen
Copenhagen is home to colourful historic areas such as Nyhavn (where Hans Christian Andersen penned fairy tales), cool cafes, picturesque waterways and docks, royal palaces and an historic amusement park.
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What our clients are saying about their journeys to Denmark
I went in October. Not the best time of the year as it was cold and wet! Big group of 46 but our tour leader (firm, direct and friendly) handled everything very well. We had a very cheerful (always had a smile on his face), safe and skilled driver. Scandinavia is wonderful; clean fresh air, refreshing drinkable tap water, green rolling pastures, amazing sights and scrumptious seafood (plenty of salmon - I love salmon!). We all got on very well with lots of fun and laughter despite the huge age difference ...read more and fellow travellers from many different countries. I would travel with Cosmos and book through Global Journeys again.
“Wonderful Scandinavian trip”
The Globus The Scandinavian was a wonderful trip. The tour guide Anna Lena was very experienced so everything went very smoothly and she was a wealth of information. Most hotels were very centrally located with most meals in hotels being of good quality. The last optional in Oslo the panoramic dinner was of poor quality however but Globus offered a 50% refund for this. Which I appreciated. The coach driver was also excellent. Overall I would recommend this holiday seeing so much beautiful scener ...read morey.
“Scenic Scandinavian Tour”
Trip was great, sites amazing and Beatrix was a great tour leader. As I am 70, I was pleased the tour was no longer than 12 days, as the pace of the trip began to take its toll as it neared the end. On a whole the standard of the accommodation was only average, some places were good. The accommodation in Copenhagen was awful (my room at least), while the accommodation in Bromma was great. I thought it was a strange choice as it was close to the domestic terminal and everyone on tour was an international ...read more traveller. The booking experience was efficient to a point. I found it strange that I booked through what was marked on the internet as Australian site for Globus/Cosmos. Georgie couldn’t have been more helpful but the optional extras had to be booked through another site which led to some confusion.
“Wonderful voyage through Scandinavia ”
My tour through Scandinavia was more than I expected. It was very well run by a talented, professional guide who seemed to gain an understanding of what every participant wanted to see, do or know on the tour and sought to point these points of interests out to each individual which personalised our experiences. The itinerary was excellent, and whilst some days were long driving journeys, we were kept entertained by documentaries or movies relevant to where we were going or the culture we were v ...read moreisiting.