The Private Accessible 3 hour Copenhagen Guided Tour gives you the opportunity to capture and experience the most popular and beautiful castles, churches, palaces and historical buildings in this old Danish Capital. This accessible guided tour is perfect for the disabled traveler who wants to experience Copenhagen in a short amount of time.
This accessible Copenhagen guided tour begins as your local professional guide meets you at the 600 year old Christiansborg Palace, which used to house the Danish Monarchy but currently seats the Danish Parliament. Here you will have a unique opportunity to visit the Royal Reception Rooms and the Queen’s Tapestries. From Christiansborg, you will/walk stroll around the beautiful historical area called Slotsholmen. Here will see Holmens Kirke (A church built by King Christian IV in 1563. This was the place current Queen Margrethe II married Prince Henrik in 1967), and Boersen, the oldest stock exchange in Denmark built in 1619.
Next on this Copenhagen accessible guided tour you will walk/stroll through one of the longest pedestrian shopping streets in Europe, Stroeget. You will make your way to the oldest square in Denmark, Nytorv and Gammeltorv, and visit Vor Frue Kirke, the beautiful National Cathedral of Denmark. The pedestrian streets ends at the City Hall Plaza from where you will catch a metro to the area of Copenhagen called Frederiksstaden. This will take you to the Amalienborg Castle, where the current Queen Margrethe the II lives. Depending on the time, you might get to experience the Changing of the Guards and maybe even see the Queen sneak peek through the windows! Your tour will end at Nyhavn, a 17th century waterfront, canal and entertainment district located a close by the castle, Here you will get to experience and capture the beautiful, colorful, historical canal houses and old sailboats.
- Christiansborg Palace
- Holmens Kirke
- Vor Frue Kirke
- Amalienborg Castle