The Grand Tour of Copenhagen is an extensive tour covering all the major sights of the Danish Capital. Your first stop will be at the most famous Copenhagen sight – The Little Mermaid, inspired by H. C. Andersen's fairytale. Then, an outside visit of the Amalienborg Palace – winter residence of the Royal Family - is next one your tour. From the square in front of the Palace you can enjoy the view just across the harbor to the beautiful Royal Danish Opera house. Next, you'll pass by some of the greatest sights like the colorful harbor district of Nyhavn on to The Old Stock Exchange, the Christiansborg Palace home to the Danish Parliament and the National Museum. Before heading to the airport you'll pass by the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek and Tivoli Gardens, both founded by the owner of the Carlsberg Brewery, Carl Jacobsen.
Note: This tour is only available for guests with flights after 3:00 p.m. Guests are responsible for ensuring their debarkation tours are compatible with their flight departure times. Guests with international flights are suggested to be at the airport at least 2 hours before their flight departure time. Guests have the option to book their flights through our Premium Air Department to ensure that flight departure times do not interfere with debark tours. This tour may drop off at all NCL program hotels, please check with the shore excursions staff onboard for availability.
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Review 1 for The Grand Tour Of Copenhagen
I traveled with:Family
Cruise Date Month:July
Favorite port:St. Petersburg, Russia
I want to go here next:Alaska
Date:August 10, 2012
We selected this tour for debarkation day because our flight did not leave Copenhagen until 7pm. We thought it must be better then sitting around doing nothing, right? Wrong. Our tour guide was the first and only person we met in Denmark that did not speak English (and she was a tour guide, the man who sold us our Shwarma was even fluent in English and it was his third language). They give you "spare time" in the most bizarre places (out in the middle of nowhere by the port with nothing around but two Souvenir shops). And they don't take you to see anything of interest. Also, it was very hot and the bus driver would not put on the air conditioning even though several passengers requested it.
My suggestion - Get a transfer directly to the airport. We were flying with Lufthansa and could check our bags several hours in advance. You could check your bags and get your boarding passes from self check - in hours before and then head back out to a few places that are actually of interest. And do them on your own.