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Denmark: Copenhagen Short Escape

4 Days / 3 Nights


Delight in visiting some of the exciting sites in this magical city.

 

Trip Highlights Include:

  • The Little Mermaid Statue 
    Discover The Little Mermaid statue on the coast of Øresund (the Sound)—which ancient mariners claimed was full of mermaids! The statue pays homage to the beloved story The Little Mermaid that Hans Christian Andersen penned in 1836, forever linking Copenhagen to these beautiful beings.
  • Tivoli Gardens 
    Enjoy a tour of Tivoli Gardens, a favorite place to visit for both Walt Disney and Hans Christian Anderson. With origins dating back to the mid-19th century, Tivoli Gardens is the second oldest amusement park in the world.
  • Kronborg Castle 
    Stroll down the halls of Kronborg Castle and walk in the footsteps of Danish Royals! The inspiration for Elsinore in Shakespeare's Hamlet, this 16th-century castle occupies a strategic position on Øresund (the Sound) that separates Denmark and Sweden—and is renowned for its extraordinary beauty.
  • The Viking Ship Museum 
    Explore the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde and see a collection of Viking ships dating back to the 11th century. Junior Adventurers can paint their own Viking shields!

Adventure Dates

  • 2018
    • Aug 6, 2018 - Aug 9, 2018
    • Aug 13, 2018 - Aug 16, 2018

 

Adventure Daily Itinerary

Day One

 

Arrive in Denmark


Welcome to Copenhagen! After you pick up your luggage and exit customs, an Adventures by Disney representative will meet you at the luggage belt and direct you to transportation to your hotel. Relax as the driver handles your luggage and takes you to your hotel.

 

Afternoon on your Own


Settle into your comfortable room at the Tivoli Hotel. If you arrive early, ask your Adventure Guide to recommend restaurants and cafés for lunch and ideal activities for your family. Whether you choose to stroll along the picturesque coastline or go shopping at a famous pedestrian promenade, get to know this remarkable city that’s home to the world's oldest monarchy!


Welcome Reception and Dinner


Meet your fellow Adventurers at a welcome reception at the Tivoli Hotel, followed by a fabulous dinner at the hotel’s contemporary restaurant, Tivoli Brasserie.

 


Day Two

Walking Tour of Copehagen


After breakfast at the hotel, enjoy a privately guided tour of Denmark’s beautiful capital city, which is located on both the Zealand and Amager Islands. Enjoy strolling along the pristine harbor and down picturesque streets lined with Renaissance-era buildings. Along the way, learn about Copenhagen’s origins as a fishing colony and its fascinating regal history.


Boat Ride Through the Canals


Explore Copenhagen from the canals where you get an up close view of treasured structures from the past along with the clean Danish architecture of the present.

Lunch in Copenhagen


After experiencing Copenhagen on foot and by boat, savor a well-deserved lunch at a charming restaurant that serves scrumptious Danish fare.

 

Tivoli Gardens

 

Discover the second oldest amusement park in the world that houses the oldest functioning roller coaster in existence! With something every member of the family can enjoy, Tivoli Gardens offers fantastical architecture and lush gardens along with a variety of fun attractions. With a commitment to its creators' vision of constant reinvention and improvement, Tivoli Gardens retains the best of the past while regularly adding amazing innovations.

 

Evening at Tovoli Gardens and Dinner on Your Own


Experience Tivoli Gardens’ exciting attractions this evening at your leisure. For dinner, choose from over 35 restaurants located inside Tivoli Gardens. Ask your Adventure Guides to recommend the ones that are best suited for you and your family.


Day Three

Breakfast


Enjoy breakfast at the hotel, and then set off for a motor coach ride to the Viking Ship Museum.

 

Viking Ship Museum

 

Navigate through the centuries at the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde. Tour the collection of Viking ships dating back to the 11th century. Visit the boatyard where boats are built using centuries-old methods. After the museum tour, Junior Adventurers get to paint their own Viking shields!

 

Lunch in Roskilde

 

Explore the wonders of Danish cuisine at a charming local restaurant.VISIT FREDERIKSBORG CASTLE
Enjoy the grounds of this magnificent castle, initially built in the early 17th century by King Cristian IV. Located north of Copenhagen on 3 islets in the castle lake in Hillerød, Frederiksborg Castle is surrounded by the exquisite Frederiksborg Palace Garden.PRIVATELY GUIDED TOUR OF

 

Kronborg Castle


Relish a privately guided tour of Denmark’s most famous castle, which was initially constructed at Helsingør around 1420. Known by many as “Elsinore” ever since Shakespeare wrote about it in Hamlet, Kronborg Castle overlooks the narrowest passage of the Sound (Øresund) and for centuries controlled ship passage into the Baltic Sea. With its position and fortifications, the castle played major roles of symbolic, commercial and strategic importance. After the tour, roam the castle on your own.

 

Farewell Dinner


For your last hurrah in Copenhagen, you’ll dine at the classic Tivoli Hallen, one of Copenhagen’s most celebrated eateries.


Day Four

Breakfast


Enjoy a tasty breakfast at the hotel before boarding your transportation to the Port of Copenhagen or Copenhagen Airport.

 

The Little Mermaid Statue


Along the way to the Port, stop and take a photo with The Little Mermaid statue—the city's most popular attraction—that pays homage to Hans Christian Anderson’s remarkable fairy tale. His story was the inspiration behind Disney’s classic animated film The Little Mermaid.

 

Transfer to the Port of Copenhagen or Copenhagen Airport


Say goodbye to Copenhagen and board your pre-arranged transportation to the port or Copenhagen Airport (CPH).