This one kicks off with a trip to the traditional fishing village of Dragoer, but not before making a stop at the Little Mermaid statue for a picture or two. Dragoer was well known in Medieval times for trading herring. Fast forward 200 years and it’s morphed into a successful shipping town. But the old part has hung on to its historical buildings, many of which are hundreds of years old. Take a stroll through the cobbled streets before moving on to Copenhagen city centre. You'll drive past treasures like Tivoli Gardens, the new Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum and the Town Hall. You’ll also get to see Christiansborg Palace, home of the Danish Parliament. Afterwards, pass the Gefion fountain and make a stop at Amalienborg Palace – the winter home of the Danish royal family. Then, head across the palace square to Nyhavn, where you’ll wander past 500-year-old gabled houses that jostle for space with pavement cafés and bars.
You will be walking over cobble stones in the village of Dragoer for about 1 hour.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.