Explore the busy streets of Copenhagen and then discover the quiet farming village of Dragor. You'll see the best of the city, including Tivoli Gardens and Amalienborg Palace, home of the Royal Family. A short drive to the island of Amager takes you to the Village of Dragor, first settled by farmers in the 16th century. Strolling the cobblestone streets of this sleepy little village transports you to the simpler times of Denmark long ago. Guests must be able to walk approximately 0.5 mile over even and cobblestones surfaces with 10 to 15 steps. Depending on traffic and how crowded the attractions are, the guide may alter the order of the tour.
See the significant sights of Copenhagen and then discover the historic seaside village of Dragør. The ideal introduction to Denmark’s capital takes you by Town Hall Square and the amusement-ride and flower-filled Tivoli Gardens. Stop for a photo at Christiansborg Castle, parliament’s home, and at Amaliehaven, the beautiful seafront park, before you head to the end of Amager island and Dragør, a quaint town settled by the Dutch in the early 16th Century.
• Tivoli Gardens: One of the world’s oldest amusement parks dates from 1843 and overflows with fun rides and greenery.
• Amaliehaven: Explore this little oasis with its fountain and flowers close to the harbor and the queen’s residence – Amalienborg Palace.
• Dragør: See charming yellow painted homes and stop for coffee in this town that once produced food for Danish royalty.
What to Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Cash/credit cards
• Sun protection
What to Wear:
• Walking shoes
• Guests must be able to walk approximately one-half mile over even and cobblestones surfaces with 10 to 15 steps.
• Tour sequence may vary.
• Time permitting; guests will have about 20 minutes for shopping and browsing in Dragor.