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Copenhagen is an incredible city to be explored by tour either on foot or by bike. The city is so flat, that walking and biking around is no issue at all. With much of the city centre being for pedestrians only, and the many bike lanes used by the locals to get around the city, these are the tours you do not want to miss out on when you visit Copenhagen. With these tours you are sure to discover the best sights in the city. We'll take you to the city centre and beyond to the hidden gems of Copenhagen. Whether you prefer a relaxed stroll through the city, looking for the best beers in town or want to take an adventure on a bike, we've got you covered. What is the best way to see Copenhagen? A tour, either guided or self-guided, is the best way to see Copenhagen. All of the walking & bike tours in Copenhagen available on our website have been carefully designed to make sure you have a great time during your holidays. There are self-guided tours and guided tours, to choose between. You can explore the city’s best beer bars, or relax during an e-bike tour. These fun ways to explore Copenhagen will take you to the most interesting places around town, such as Kastellet with a stop at the Little Mermaid statue, Freetown Christiania, the Meatpacking district in Vesterbro, and all the way up to Nørrebro. You can find more information and specific details about each of the tours in Copenhagen offered here by clicking on their respective page. Where to go on a self-guided Copenhagen tour? Not everyone wants to be shown a city by a guide. If you are one of those people who prefer to explore a city on their own, than these are the places to visit on your personal Copenhagen tour: The Little Mermaid statue: This icon of the city based on Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale is a must-visit sight in Copenhagen. The bronze sculpture was first unveiled in 1913. Nyhavn: As the most photographed part of the city, this inner city harbour with colourful buildings, cafes and historic ships is a must-see. Freetown Christiania: There are few places in the world like this self-proclaimed autonomous area in Copenhagen with its alternative lifestyle and creative atmosphere. Unlike Nyhavn here it is best not to take photos as the locals will not appreciate it. King’s Garden & Rosenborg Castle: The garden is the perfect place for a leisurely walk to escape the sounds of the city. The castle is home to the Danish crown jewels and lots of historical artifacts. Reffen: This former industrial area is the place to go to in Copenhagen for street food, artisanal products and cultural events. Church of our Saviour: This is one of the places where you can have amazing panoramic views of the city. Reaching the top of the spiral spire of this church takes 400 steps. Tivoli Gardens: As one of the oldest amusement parks in the world, Tivoli’s atmosphere is almost more important than the rides you can go on. Round Tower: This 17th century observatory and planetarium offers great views of the city and the way up consists of a spiral ramp instead of stairs. Book your place on the best tours in Copenhagen! You can book your spot for any of the biking and walking tours in Copenhagen on our website. This is the best way to ensure availability and save time during your trip. You can also get tickets to and information about the excursions at our various ticket shops in the city. The Copenhagen tour is one of the top things to do and offers an unforgettable experience. Reserve your spot on one of the walking & bike tours in Copenhagen now!