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Copenhagen: 3 Hour Bike Tour with Guide

1. Copenhagen: 3 Hour Bike Tour with Guide

Once everyone has been partnered with a bike that suits them, the tour will begin. You will visit such sights as the New Houses, the Little Mermaid, Gefion Fountain, the English Church, Amalienborg Castle, the Marble Church, the Opera house, and many more. In between, there will be the opportunity to rest your legs and grab a snack as you take a short lunch or coffee break at Torvehallerne, a local food market. Throughout the tour, your guide will tell you all the history of the places we see, along with a lot of fun stories surrounding them and Danish culture in general. Once the tour is over, your guide will be happy to give you recommendations on where to go next or perhaps revisit sights that you saw along the tour.

Copenhagen: 3-Hour Culinary Bike Tour

2. Copenhagen: 3-Hour Culinary Bike Tour

You will meet up with your guide at a central meeting point in the city. From here, you will get settled in your comfortable, stylish, and easy-to-handle bicycle, as you let your guide lead the way to the first stop on the tour. Here, you will start off by having an award-winning hot dog in true Danish fashion. You can enjoy riding on some of the best urban bike lanes of the world, while riding on to your next stop. Next, you will visit one of the best food markets the city has to offer, where you will try a traditional Danish fish-meatball, as well as a locally brewed beer. This is then followed by a delicious Danish chocolate dessert called Flødebolle. Your guide will entertain with some storytelling while you enjoy your tastings. Your group will continue to a restaurant that serves some delicious Danish Smørrebrød, which are open faced sandwiches made with the freshest ingredients you can find. Finally, the group will try some freshly-made Danish pastries as a dessert to conclude the tour.

Copenhagen: Private Bike Tour

3. Copenhagen: Private Bike Tour

Explore the Danish capital with friends or family at your own pace and at your preferred time on this 3-hour guided tour. Biking is the best way to discover Copenhagen as you cruise along the city's cleverly designed bike lanes. The number 1 biking city in the world boasts more than 350 kilometers of bike lanes. You’ll see more bicycles than cars as you explore Copenhagen like a local. See the famous sights of the city and also hideaways that are off the beaten track. The bike tour is suitable for all fitness levels and ages and there will be opportunities to stop for a break or photos whenever you like.

Copenhagen: 1.5-Hour Bike Tour

4. Copenhagen: 1.5-Hour Bike Tour

Your guide will  show you the way through the city to the best attractions, while telling you all about the history of Copenhagen along with fun stories about the sights and Danish culture. The tour is primarily biking but also involves some walking through parks and areas where biking is not allowed. The usual route is to the lakes, Rosenborg castle in the King's Garden, the New Houses, the Little Mermaid, Gefion Fountain, Amalienbrog castle and Nyhavn. Your guide will take wishes to visit other attractions or skip some if a majority of the group would like that. There will be bathroom and water breaks throughout the tour and it will be conducted at an average pace in which everyone is able to keep up.

Copenhagen Highlights: 3-Hour Bike Tour

5. Copenhagen Highlights: 3-Hour Bike Tour

Explore Copenhagen on a 3-hour guided bike tour. Ride along the city's bike lanes, discovering hidden spots and historical highlights. Discover the famous marble-built Frederiks Kirke and the popular Tivoli Gardens. Explore the historic Christiansborg neighborhood, bike along the picturesque waterfront at Nyhavn and spot the famous Little Mermaid statue. See the majestic Rådhuspladsen, or City Hall Square, and the Amalienborg Royal Palace and enjoy a spot of greenery around Copenhagen's famous lakes. There will be many photo opportunities along the way. The friendly local guide will answer your questions about the city and give you personalized tips for your stay in Copenhagen.

Copenhagen: 3 Hour Private Bike Tour

6. Copenhagen: 3 Hour Private Bike Tour

Meet with your group at a time of your choosing at Inderhavnsbroen bridge, where your bikes will be ready waiting for you. From here you will explore the city and learn a great deal about Danish culture and history with some traditional food and folklore thrown in as well. The tour will travel along a planned route and will include a lunch/coffee break if required, before resulting back at the starting spot. Along the course of the tour you can expect to see such sights as The little mermaid, Christiania, Rosenborg Castle, Amalienborg Castle, The marble church and many more.

Copenhagen: Guided City Bike Tour

7. Copenhagen: Guided City Bike Tour

Start your adventure and jump right on to your stylish JOPO bikes when you arrive. Once you've been fitted with your bike and had a brief safety talking, you're ready to set-off and explore the greatest bicycle city in the world together. On your way, experience some of Copenhagen’s most iconic landmarks and hidden gems, while you get to tune into fun and interesting stories from a local. As you drive, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to hop-off your bike and capture some picture-perfect snapshots of you at Copenhagen's green gardens, tucked-away cobble-stoned streets, grand castles and blazing colorful streets. During your tour, feel free to strike up a conversation with your guide about life in Copenhagen and just about anything else you want to discuss.

Copenhagen: 3-Hour Guided Bike Tour in the Historical City

8. Copenhagen: 3-Hour Guided Bike Tour in the Historical City

See the historic sights of Copenhagen by pedal power on a small group tour of the city center. Cycle along the banks of the beautiful canals, marvel at the majestic Amalienborg Palace, official residence of the Danish royal family, and see the famous Little Mermaid statue on the Langelinie promenade. Learn the history of the city, and hear about current events at each attraction. Cycle to Rosenborg Castle in the oldest and most visited park in the city center. Continue to The Black Diamond building, where the Royal Library is now located. Move on to the Kongens Nytorv public square before entering the Old Town and colorful canal district of Nyhavn. Take souvenir photos of Amalienborg Palace before ending back at the starting point, where you are free to keep the bike to explore at your own pace until 10:00 PM.

Copenhagen: Multicultural Nørrebro by Bike

9. Copenhagen: Multicultural Nørrebro by Bike

This is the "where-you-find-every-place-you-want-to-come-back-to-later-tour", or as it is also called, the Multicultural Nørrebro by Bike Tour. You will take your bike to discover different areas within this beautiful neighborhood that offers a variety of impressions. From being a former working-class area to an area where migrants to the city would settle, Nørrebro has developed into one of the most vibrantly popular neighborhoods in town (the gentrification of this city center-adjacent neighborhood is palpable). This 'bro (NørreBRO, VesterBRO, ØsterBRO... there are many ‘bros to choose from in Copenhagen) has so much to offer, and it's thanks to the people who call it home that this multicultural melting pot holds the award for the hippest neighborhood. You will discover the detail-loving locals, as well as how city planners have used areas in the neighborhood to create places that put people back in the focus of urban city life. Among them, there is a city oasis with a petting zoo, a 100-year-old public sauna bath, and a graveyard where you can also picnic. You can also choose to relax in a double swing from Iraq, or walk on a gigantic banana. This ‘bro is an insider tip for every visitor of Copenhagen. You can explore the incredible diversity and creativity of Nørrebro in its cafés, design, street art and hangout hot spots, with this area surely becoming a place you want to come back to.

Copenhagen: Guided 2 Hour E-Bike Tour

10. Copenhagen: Guided 2 Hour E-Bike Tour

Arrive 10 min prior to tour start to meet your guide and get familiar with the e-bike. You will get your helmet and radio system so you can hear your guide while cycling - this also ensures you see as much as possible in just 2 hours. Your guide will take you to the most iconic places in the Copenhagen including The Little Mermaid, Nyhavn, Amalienborg Palace, Gefion Fountain and much more! There will also be a short stop at the unique Freetown Christiania where you can roam around on your own. Please note your guide will not accompany you in here as it is not allowed for out-side guides. So you will get a chance to experience this oasis in the city on your very own. Grab a coffee in one of the many cafes and soak up the atmosphere of Christiania - which is unlike any other place in Copenhagen! You will also cross the cycle bridges and on the e-bike you can cover as much in 2 hours as you could on a 3-hour normal bike tour. Also the radio system ensures for a smooth ride so your guide can speak while driving. Each bike also has a basket so you can store small items while on the tour. The E-Bike is a Danish designed cycle with 7 gears, cruise control and a speed of up to 30km/hour. You will both get sightseeing and fun in one tour! If you wish to bring the children there are two add-on options: 1) Child Seat - this holds a child up to 8 years old 2) Cargo Trailer - this holds two children up to 8 years old No heavy peddling or struggles to keep up with the group - just get on your e-bike, follow your guide and enjoy Copenhagen!

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What people are saying about Copenhagen

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 341 reviews

Thoroughly enjoyed the lighthearted e-bike tour through the outskirts of Copenhagen. Great way to be introduced to an e-bike! also a nice way to see the countryside and some parks that we never would have explored. otherwise. our guide was super enthusiastic and very informative and generous with the time. we were able to stop several times for water and towards the end enjoyed ice cream or beer by a lake and talked about many things relating to Copenhagen. the sculptures were fun to visit and watch locals enjoying the parks with kids.

Wonderful way to get familiarized with the city. Our guide was very knowledgeable and shared interesting information about the city. A really fun time! Our family loved the experience.

...great organization, manageable group size, great guide - we can only recommend it!

Fantastic guide and well chosen routes. Very informative.

Very interesting tour with great background knowledge