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Denmark

Activities

  • Rosenborg Castle

  • Kastellet

  • Boat ride on Copenhagen Canals

  • Little Mermaid Statue

  • Hans Christian Andersen Museum

  • Church of our Lady (contains the 12 apostles statues)

  • Grenen (where the 2 seas meet)

  • Amalienborg Palace

  • Marmokirken

  • Nyhavan

  • Kronborg Slot (Hamlet’s House)

  • Frederiksborg Castle

  • Aarhus Old Town and High Street

  • Ebeltoft (or Silkeborg)

  • Råbjerg Mile (dunes)

  • Skagen Museum

  • Jelling Stone

Inclusions

  • Round-Trip Airfare from LAX (non-stop flight)

  • Airport Transfers

  • Accommodations 

  • Breakfasts while in Denmark

  • Activities listed on itinerary

  • Transportation

  • Tour Guide

  • Tour Host

Price

$2,999 
 
per person (double occupancy) 


+$699 for single traveler

 

Fine Print

  • You must be able to walk with few to no problems; trip is not wheelchair accessible.

  • $500 deposit per traveler required (make below) to secure airfare

  • Full payment due 100 days before and must be made by check

  • Trip deposit and final payments are non-refundable once paid

  • Passports are required and must be valid 6 months after final date of the trip

Your Host: McKenna Jensen
 

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March 4-11, 2024: 
(4 spots left)

Denmark Waiting List

Day One
Fly to Copenhagen on a non-stop flight from LAX.

Day Two
Arrive in Copenhagen. Enjoy a boat ride down the Copenhagen canals! Next visit the Little Mermaid statue, located on the waterfront in Langelinie Park. Take some time to admire this iconic landmark. Head over to Kastellet, a well-preserved fortress with beautiful grounds. Explore the star-shaped fortification and enjoy a leisurely stroll along the surrounding moat. Visit Amalienborg, the official residence of the Danish royal family. Explore the elegant palace complex. Next, make your way to Marmorkirken (The Marble Church), an impressive domed church known for its stunning architecture. Take a moment to step inside and appreciate the grandeur of the interior. End your day at Nyhavn, a picturesque waterfront district. Enjoy a leisurely walk along the canal, lined with colorful buildings, charming cafes, and restaurants. Grab a delicious dinner and soak in the vibrant atmosphere. And last,  visit Rosenborg Castle, a magnificent Renaissance castle. Explore the opulent interiors, including the Royal Treas
ury. 

 

Day Three

Start your day by visiting Vor Frue Domkirke, also known as Copenhagen Cathedral or Church of Our Lady. Admire the stunning architecture of this historic church and explore its beautiful interior which includes the "12 Apostles" statues sculpted by Bertel Thorvaldsen. Next, make your way to Christiansborg Castle, the seat of the Danish Parliament and the official residence of the Queen. Take a guided tour of the palace and learn about the rich history and culture of Denmark. In the afternoon, take a short trip to Roskilde, a charming town located outside of Copenhagen. Visit Roskilde Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the burial place of Danish monarchs. Marvel at the Gothic architecture and explore the royal chapels and the impressive crypt. Afterward, head to the Viking Ship Museum, located nearby. Learn about the fascinating Viking history and see the well-preserved Viking ships on display. 

 

Day Four
Start your day by visiting Frederiksborg Castle, located in Hillerød, about 40 minutes from Copenhagen. Explore this stunning Renaissance castle, which is surrounded by a beautiful lake and gardens. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the Museum of National History housed inside the castle, showcasing Danish history and art. In the afternoon, head to Fredensborg Castle, also known as Fredensborg Palace. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the palace gardens, which are open to the public. If you're lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of the Danish royal family, as Fredensborg Palace is one of their official residences. Finish your day by visiting Kronborg Castle, located in Helsingør, about an hour's drive from Copenhagen. This impressive Renaissance castle is famous as the setting of Shakespeare's play, Hamlet. Take a guided tour of the castle, explore the opulent chambers, and walk the ramparts for stunning views of the surrounding area.

 

Day Five
Today you will visit St. Canute's Cathedral in Odense, the birthplace of renowned Danish author Hans Christian Andersen. Explore this beautiful Gothic-style cathedral, known for its intricate architecture and historical significance. Visit Koldinghus, a medieval castle that has been converted into a museum. Explore the castle's rich history, art exhibitions, and enjoy panoramic views of the city from its tower. Afterward, make your way to HC Andersen's House, a museum dedicated to the life and works of Hans Christian Andersen. Learn about the famous fairy tales and literary contributions of this beloved Danish author.

Day Six
Start your day by visiting the Jelling Stone, located in Jelling, about a 2-hour drive from Odense. The Jelling Stone is an ancient Viking runestone that dates back to the 10th century. Explore the historical significance of the stone and its intricate carvings, which depict important events in Danish history. Spend the afternoon exploring Aarhus Old Town (Den Gamle By), an open-air museum that recreates a historic Danish town. Take a step back in time as you walk through the cobblestone streets and visit the various buildings, which showcase different time periods of Danish history. Finish your day by visiting The Frigate Jylland, located in Ebeltoft, about a 1-hour drive from Aarhus. The Frigate Jylland is a historic warship from the 19th century and is now a museum. Explore the ship, learn about its history, and get a glimpse into life onboard a naval vessel from the past.

 

Day Seven
Start your day by heading to Grenen, located in Skagen. Grenen is the northernmost point of Denmark, where the North Sea and the Baltic Sea meet. Take a walk along the sandy beaches and witness the unique natural phenomenon of the two seas colliding. Afterward, visit the Skagen Museum, located in Skagen town. Explore the museum's collection of artworks by famous Danish painters known as the Skagen Painters. Admire their depictions of the beautiful landscapes and unique light of the region. In the afternoon, visit Raabjerg Mile, a shifting sand dune located near Skagen. Take a hike up the dune and enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. It's a unique natural attraction that showcases the dynamic nature of the area. Finish your day by visiting the Bunker Museum in Hirtshals, which is about a 40-minute drive from Skagen. The museum offers an insight into the history of World War II and the Atlantic Wall. Explore the underground bunkers and exhibitions to learn about this significant period in Danish history.

 

Day Eight
Travel back home, thanks for traveling with us!

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