Daily Tour

Discover our beautiful Copenhagen on our Daily tour by bike!

From only 150DK per person Up to 100 people per tour FIVE STAR SERVICE

Join The Daily Tour

Every single day from june 1 10.00 am we have this fantastic bike ride through the beautiful Copenhagen streets On the daily trip we will see Copenhagen from its most beautiful side, we will see some of the things that you just have to see in Copenhagen, learn something about local history and get some recommendations from our super professional guides. All our guides are among the most experienced guides in Copenhagen and are all born and raised in Copenhagen and therefore have a very great knowledge of all the small places where you as a regular tourist never come close. You just have to show up with or without a bike (we have one you can rent for only 150 dkk. ( 20 euro) We start from the Rainbow Square (Regnbuepladsen), which is only 100 meters from the Town Hall Square (City Hall Square) Just look for the yellow umbrella How to find the meeting point in google maps

What to expect:

The trip is for guests who are curious and have the courage of an experience beyond the ordinary. Sights and hear the stories behind these. We take the bike on an adventure in the beautiful old streets of inner old Copenhagen. We come to places where the old working class used to live and which have now been renovated and have been beautifully integrated with new and modern buildings. Each trip is unique and ready to respond to today's trend. On all trips we make stops at the following stops, weather and season permitting: Medieval town / Slotsholmen (Castle Island) / Christianborg & Amalienborg Castle / The harbor and its bridges / Christianhavn and the canals / Nyhavn / The Little Mermaid / Plus several other surprising stops (decided day by day).

The Daily Tour include:

On all trips we make stops at the following stops, weather and season permitting:

• Rainbow Square (Regnbuepladsen)

Itinerary ConThe name Rainbow Square is chosen as a tribute to diversity and freedom in Copenhagen

• Old town

Old town is Copenhagen’s heart is filled with history and is a neighborhood where world-class eateries lie next door with good shopping, museums and generous attractions. But the greatest experience of all is possibly the authentic Copenhagen spirit that fills the small streets.

• Slotsholmen

Slotsholmen is an island in central Copenhagen. The island is named after the various castles and castles that have been on the island since Bishop Absalon in 1167 erected the first castle on the site where Christiansborg Castle is today.

• Nyhavn

Originally, Nyhavn was a busy commercial port where ships from all over the world would dock. The area was packed with sailors, ladies of pleasure, pubs and alehouses. The famous Danish fairytale writer, Hans Christian Andersen, used to live in no. 20. This is where he wrote the fairy-tales ‘The Tinderbox’, ‘Little Claus and Big Claus’, and ‘The Princess and the Pea’. He also lived twenty years in no. 67 and two years in no. 18.

• Amalienborg (the Queen's palace)

Amalienborg Palace is a must for anyone with a taste for royal history and the life of Denmark’s royal family who still resides inside the palace. Experience royal history at the museum and sense the present of one of the world’s oldest monarchies from the beautiful palace square where you can watch the changing of the guards.

• The little Mermaid

The sculpture is made of bronze and granite and was inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale about a mermaid who gives up everything to be united with a young, handsome prince on land.

• Kastellet

The castle is one of the best preserved fortresses in Northern Europe. It was built as part of the Copenhagen ramparts of Christian IV from 1624. Today it appears as a five star construction.

• Plus several other surprising stops

Decided day by day

Practical information:

• The price start at only 150 Dkk. per person. ( 20 euro) (+150 dkk (20euro) for bicycle hire It is allowed to bring your own bike if you, for example, have rented one at the hotel you live in) • All rental bikes are classic 3 or 7-speed city bikes. • Seat height can be adjusted as required. • We make many stops for photos but can't stop everywhere in town But there will be plenty of opportunities for photo stops. • We make many stops for photos but can't stop everywhere in town But there will be plenty of opportunities for photo stops Please note: The daily tour can be canceled if there are less than 4 participants. if this happens, a full refund will be given.

It was a private tour so we could stop to take pictures, ask all the questions in the world and decide step by step where to go, and what to see. We had the chance to go places we would never had gone on our own, because we would have the map in our hands all the time. So we cycled through university, Christiania, or little tiny streets. Finally Niels took us to a nice restaurant where we had our first (bunt not last) very special Smørrebrød.
Sandy Altermatt
We booked a bike tour with Niels and Kenneth for our class trip to Copenhagen and it was just great! The organization before was very good, even our extra wishes concerning the route and pick up point were no problem at all. We cycled about 15km and got a very good impression of beautiful Kopenhagen and had a lot of fun. I can definitely recommend the tour to everyone!
Lisa-Marie Malinak
We have been on a school trip and we booked a tour with A VIP Guide from Adventure-bike just for our class. I must admit that it's not the easiest to do a bicycle tour with 23 people (compliments to the guides) but we had someone in the front and someone in the back so no one could get lost. I really enjoyed the tour, it is very comfortable doing a guided bicycle tour with a local who knows the city and the best spots.
Franziska Meyer
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