Free walking tours in Copenhagen

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Book for free any of these guruwalks. When the tour ends you will be able to pay the guru whatever you consider convenient. Some will pay €10 per person, others $50. It's up to you!

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About Copenhaguen

Northern Europe brings together some of the most advanced cities, with a better standard of living, beautiful and tourist of the continent. The capital of Denmark is located between the islands of Amager and Zealand, connecting the North and Baltic seas. A few kilometers from countries such as Sweden or Germany, motivates it to be one of the favorite tourist destinations of travelers who wish to travel the most interesting points of the north, especially during the spring and summer months, where the city shows its maximum splendor.

Copenhagen stands out as a city fully integrated into the landscape, with large parks, canals and beautiful gardens, where respect for nature and the environment is essential. It has a large number of essential places to visit, of great beauty and majesty, as well as many museums and extensive cultural programming throughout the year. Its cuisine is highly valued, with blunt dishes such as "Frikadeller", pork seasoned with onion, or pork roast "Flæskesteg" and "Hvid Labskovs", a tasty beef stew.

Some of the most recommended corners in the city are those that are collected on the routes that are organized on the free walking tours in Copenhagen; a tour of sites as picturesque as the sculpture of The Little Mermaid, a true icon of the town, one of the most photographed works in the world; Another recommended visit is the beautiful new port canal, El Nyhavn, a must stop to admire the brightly colored buildings and boats that are in it. The beautiful Tivoli Gardens and its attractions, the Round Tower or the small island of Slotsholmen, are other plans of great interest, highly recommended. Constructions such as Rosenborg Castle, from the seventeenth century, is a wonder that is worth visiting for its spectacular nature. The commune of the free city of Christiania and its busy Pusher Street, is another peculiar place, equally recommended, where organic food is the main protagonist. Another pleasant walk is the Stroget Street, one of the largest on the continent, the longest pedestrian street in Europe. Other visits such as Amalienborg Palace, the Church of San Salvador, Marble or castles such as Fredensborg or Kronborg, are other interesting points to see in the city.

This Scandinavian city has a wide tourist offer that is worth doing, especially if you have a few days. A good alternative to the typical city tours are the free tour in Copenhagen, a good option to get close to the most important places, by the hand of great professionals with several years of experience showing the city.