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Vejle – Eastern Part With the Harbour and Fjordenhus
Vejle's beautiful harbour front and a walk through 200 years of history.
We start by walking through Østerbo – part of the old labour area – towards Østre Kirkegård, the eastern cemetary. Here you will get aquainted with some of the prominent people who founded Vejle such as "Dandy", "Hess" and "Windfeld Hansen". The tour continues to the harbour front and along the way, we'll see a clear destinction between the old and new Vejle.
On the beautiful and very destinctive harbour front, amongst others we'll see architectural pearls like Bølgen, the Wave, Kirk Kapital's new domicile Fjordenhus designed by Olafur Eliason and the largest floating Kayak Club in Denmark.
Copenhagen Through the Eyes of Hans Christian Andersen
The Danish capital Copenhagen and the world famous fairytale writer Hans Christian Andersen. A story for you to explore
Put on your hiking shoes, and join an exciting long walk through Copenhagen's green areas and secret spaces
For Cruise Guests Visiting Aarhus
A smiling tour, proof that we in Denmark truly are among the happiest in the world. Get the best of the best from Aarhus on this tour
A Journey Through the History of Copenhagen
Join me on a journey through Copenhagen's history, starting where it was established as a fishing and trading village
Copenhagen's Oldest Active Cemeteries
Holmen's and Garnison's Cemeteries in Østerbro
Holmen's and Garnison's cemeteries are located close to Østerport Station and they're the oldest active cemeteries in Copenhagen – respectively from 1666 and 1671. Originally they were dedicated to the military and navy, serving as place of rest many an admiral and general. Even regular soldiers are buried here – and it might be a bit overwhelming, but these cemeteries are also home to several mass graves from the Battle at Reden (1801) and the war of 1864.
But there isn't just war here. Many known politicians, musicians and actors lie peacefully in these flower-covered cemeteries.
The chapels also boast of a lot history. The somewhat humble chapel at Garnison's contains a dark history related Nazi Germany. Holmen's chapel was originally a Norwegian stave church!
The cemeteries can be visited individually or in combination, since they're located at very short distance from eachother. The walk is amazingly beautiful, since these cemeteries are park-like areas with large trees and ample benches.
Kolding, the Old Border Town
Guided walk in the old border town Kolding with the medieval castle. Lots of interesting stories to be revealed
Lots of Art in Odder
Join me on the art route in Odder and experience a lot of exciting outdoor art and hear the good stories along the way
Aarhus – The Firsts And the Largests – For You to Explore
Cream puff are an Aarhus invention. This is just one of many firsts and largests stories to be told in Aarhus. Let me entertain you
A Lovely Day Out on Langeland Island
A lovely day on the beautiful island Langeland. Significant landscapes, a red manor, wild horses, Rudkøbing town, Tranekær and more
Løgstør and the Canal Built by King Frederik the VII
Visit the mussel town Løgstør on the Limfjord for an interesting tour around the town with a visit at the Frederik the 7th canal, a sight and site the size of the bridge Storebæltsbroen
The tour will last approximately 2 hours by foot. We walk past Løgstør church to the main street in Løgstør and continue through the old Løgstør town. I will tell you about the development of Løgstør from fishing village to market town.
Where the old Løgstør ends, we reach Frederik the VII canal. Here we can see the 4 km long canal which was built in the middle of the 1800s and has allowed ships to pass around the flat waters at Løgstør for many years.
It will be possible to visit the Limfjord Museum which contains stories and knowledge about the fishing and sailing at Løgstør.
After a stay here we make our way back along the fiord to our starting point.
Interesting Monuments in Vejle
City walk in Vejle focusing on historic monuments – from local personalities to war memorials. I reveal some of Vejle's hidden secrets
Open-Air Museum: The Funen Village
"It was lovely summer weather in the country", Hans Christian Andersen writes. In the Funen Village you may see for yourself
City Walk Copenhagen, History of Denmark Through the History of Its Capital
This guided tour of Copenhagen will give you the history of Denmark through some of Copenhagen's historical sights
Go back in time as we talk about monks and their monastery, boarding schools, a previous king and easy-going women
Guided Tour and Boating on Odense River in the Wake of H C Andersen
Hans Christian Andersen spent the greater part of his childhood near the little river Odense Å. On this guided tour, you will learn how this area looked in Hans Christian Andersen's days and how it inspired our renowned fairytale writer and poet. And to cap it all, we finish by boating on Odense Å.
We start at Vaskepladsen, the washing place, where Hans Christian Andersen's mother did the laundry for the high society in Odense. On we go, across Eventyrhaven, Garden of Fairytales and Munkemose, Moor of the Monks to the Shipping Company Odense Åfart. From here, we go on a nice boating trip on Odense river, past the villas and mansions in Hunderup and past the Zoo, all the way to the forests Hunderup Skov and Fruens Bøge, The Beeches of Our Lady.
During the trip, I will tell you about the sights and connect it all to the life and times of Hans Christian Andersen.
Odense – From Urban Freeway to Secluded Spots
A lovely city walk through Odense – see its diversity and rich history
Holmen – Former Naval Area with a New Life
A beautiful walk in the old naval area filled with military history and old architecture transformed for new purposes
Svendborg, the Cosmopolitan Town – kind of…
Let me tell you some of the fascinating stories about the harbour in coastal Svendborg – and about the people, who made things happen
Horror in the Old City of Copenhagen
Welcome on this city tour that gives you insight to the horror and darkness that once ruled the beautiful city of Copenhagen
Beer Walk in Historic Copenhagen – Tastings at Three Beer Bars
Taste you way through the beer city of Copenhagen with an expert beer guide.
I will tell you the fascinating story about the history of Danish beer. The first brewery in Danmark, Kongens Bryghus, The Royal Brewery, the first brewery of Carlsberg and the ramparts of the town, where the beer matured, are some of the stories about beer and Copenhagen.
The beer walk includes the story about the recent Danish beer revolution. We will make stops at three craft beer bars in the old town. The bars excel in a great selection of beer types at the higest level of quality.
This city walk of Copenhagen will tell the story of the Jewish community in Denmark – from the 1500s till today
Tour of the Neoclassic Copenhagen
A tour of Copenhagen looking at the beautiful buildings you can miss, when shop displays catch your attention
Aarhus – Christmas at the Old Town Museum
Meet the Danes, buy your Christmas presents and enjoy the Danish Christmas time at the museum the Old Town in Aarhus
Vejle – a Thousand Years of History From the Middle Ages till Today
Guided walk in the centre of Vejle. Learn some of Vejle's interesting history and how the town grew and experience the nice town centre
Middelfart – a traditional and modern town
A short introduction to a city on the water.
The tour will start outside CLAY Ceramics Museum, and we will follow the ceramic tiles around the city. During the guided walk we will make several stops at historical sites, enjoy the stunning views, and study some of the local efforts of adapting to the massive rainfalls that challenge the city with increasing climate change.
The tour will end at the entrance to CLAY Ceramics Museum.
A guided tour of the museum can be pre-booked or you can enjoy the lovely museum on your own.
Brandt's – from Thriving Industry to Cultural Centre
Explore a former industrial area in the heart of Odense now a cultural centre. Quite a story from child labor to present days students
Luxury food tour, a luxurious taste of Denmark in Vejle
Try classic Danish food – this is your tour! An experienced local foodie will be your guide through gastro Vejle
Aarhus; from Vikings to the Top of the Rainbow
The best sights of Aarhus; the cathedral, the Viking museum, the art museum and the open-air museum the Old Town
Bornholm – City Walk in Hasle
During this city walk we'll see what makes the town of Hasle so attractive.
A Tour of the Maritime Svendborg
Guided tour of Svendborg, where you will meet Svendborg face on, both historical and modern, see the sights, take in the lovely atmosphere and hear about it's proudest sons, Kaj Nielsen, Johannes Jørgensen og Mærsk.
We will see "Mudderhullet" (the muddy hole) which is the last remaining part of the medieval port and walk onto "Træskibsbroen" (the wooden pier) which is also the port of call for the beautiful wooden ships during the annual regatta for valuable historical sailing ships, "Fyn Rundt for Bevaringsværdige Træskibe"
Just around the corner we will pass the old storehouses along Svendborg's famous harbour promenade, where the ferries still go back and forth between the many small islands of the area, Drejø, Bjørnø, Skarø, Ærø and more.
The worlds biggest shipping company MAERSK originated in Svendborg. You will learn about the importance of sailing and of the merchant navy for Svendborg, about the shipyards and go to Frederiksøen, where one of the globally leading specialized shipyards for the repair of historical, wooden sailingships is in operation.
Naturally, we wil visit the market square and see the oldest remaining latticework building, Ane Hvides Gård, visit the small and impressive Nikolaikirke and walk through some of the idyllic lanes connecting the port and the town.
You will not regret this – and if you are a salty dog, have an extra day and if the weather is pleasant, you might enjoy taking the small ferry from Svendborg to Skarø or Drejø and back. The trip is spectacular.
Aarhus – City Walk Through a Thousand Years of History
Explore the charming city Aarhus. 1000 years of history from Vikings to the world famous ARoS art museum told by an enthusiastic local
Vejle, Resilient Town. What Does it Mean, How Do You See it in Town
Vejle one of only 100 resilient cities in the world. Let me show you how actions to prevent climate changes forms present Vejle
Aars – The Capital of Vesthimmerland in Jutland
What happens in Aars – with neither sea nor fiord! Much more than you might imagine. I'll give you all the stories of my hood
Copenhagen for First Time Visitors
A city walk that gives you a perfect introduction to the beautiful city of Copenhagen, Denmark's capital.
Hike on the beautiful island Lyø
On this trip we go for a hike on the island of Lyø. The hike can be combined with a citywalk.
The hike can be 4 or 8 kilometers.
We walk to the eastern part of the island, where there is a beautiful and hilly landscape.
We can also walk to the westerns part and see the bellstone – a burial mound from the Peasant Stone Age.
While we walk we talk about the history of the island and how life on a small Island with only 80 inhabitants is today.
The duration is 2 to 4 hours.
Faaborg – a Lovely Tour of a Lovely Town
Faaborg is one the most pleasant coastal villages on Funen and always nice to visit – get the most of it with a knowledgeable guide
Beautiful Mansions in Copenhagen's Frederiksstad
King Frederik's new district outside the citygate of Copenhagen which holds the royal palace Amalienborg
The Best of Frederiksberg
Frederiksberg attracted royals and celebrities since the 1600's. Learn why on a stroll in and around the lovely Frederiksberg Gardens
Svendborg – the Guided Tour
Svendborg is an old and interesting city. I look forward to telling you all the good stories about my beautiful town
Guided tour in charming Ebeltoft
Pleasant guided tour in Ebeltoft the oldest market town in Denmark. Here, the Frigate Jylland lies side by side with the internationally recognized glass museum. The town's old malt factory has been transformed into a modern cultural centre. Additionally, Ebeltoft is the capital of the National Park Mols Bjerge. In other words: There is a lot to see in Ebeltoft, and there are many exciting stories to be told.
This guided tour begins with a visit to the Frigate Jylland, which has its very own story in connection with the war in 1864. We continue with a walk in the cozy old cobbled streets with many charming half-timbered houses. Along the way, we visit the town's church and the old town hall, which towers over the town's old centre, Torvet. The walk ends at the city's new pride, the old malt factory, an exciting cultural meeting place for the citizens.
Entrance fee to the Frigate Jylland. Entrance to the Glass Museum only on special requests. A visit here will prolong the tour with 1½ hour.
Look Up, Look Down – Get to Know Your Town!
Book this city-walk to enjoy Odense from a rare perspective and find the interesting and subtle details only few notice
The Best of Aarhus
Get the perfect introduction to Denmark's 2nd biggest city. Discover Aarhus at its best and get an insight into the Danish culture
The Fortress Town of Fredericia
The historic city of Fredericia. Sights such as fine churches and ramparts, which are Northern Europe's best-preserved fortifications
Tour of Troense on the Island of Tåsinge
Learn about the maritime heyday of Troense and it's 8 shipyards. This is a tour of one of the prettiest villages in Denmark
Historic walk in Vejle
Vejle in the south eastern Danish peninsula Jutland was founded in the Middle Ages as a port.
For many years Vejle was a very small place with only a few hundred inhabitants. Slowly Vejle developed into a town of trade being strategically well positioned by the sea and surrounded by streams on which boats could take cargo from the inner parts of Southern Jutland to the port of Vejle and from Vejle's port it could be shipped out to the rest of the world.
Vejle was occupied by Austrian and Prussian forces during both of the wars of Sleswig 1848-50 and 1864. Wars with a significance for the Danish perception of being a Dane and the shaping of Denmark in those years but most likely these two wars mean nothing to you or your country. In the later part of the 19th century and the early part of the 20th century, Vejle became a well known industrial town especially known for its iron foundry and its woollen mill, at both of which a large part of Vejle's work force was employed.
Today Vejle is famous for its modern architecture at the old port area and for being a town always at the forefront of development in any field.
Let me guide you through Vejle's history and the vibrant town Vejle is today – I love my town.
Water's Vejle – Way of Life, Architecture, Friend or Foe
A city walk in Vejle is the exciting tale of water's impact on the city and how to deal with the challenges
Guided Church and Cemetery Walk in Vejle
A guided walk to some of Vejle's churches or cemeteries. A different way to get to know some Danish cultural traditions and history
Lovely Gilleleje – Fishing Village with WWII History
Gilleleje at the top of Zealand was centre for the escape of Danish Jewry during WWII. I show you where. Enjoy a lunch at the harbour
Experience Aalborg on a City Walk and by Coach to the Harbour
Guided walking tour of Aalborg. Get to know the development of the city with once lots of industry. A cosy city with a great history
Port of Odense – from industrial past to modern present
Since the beginning of the 00s, the Port of Odense has undergone a monumental change. Get the whole story told by a guide who has seen it all while it has been going on.
On the tour you get the big overview and get behind scenes and hear some of the hidden anecdotes – and it's all put into context of the greater story about the wild journey that Odense as a city has been through since the turn of the millennium.
Merchant Oluf Bager's Life in Odense
Hear the captivating story of one of the wealthiest merchants in Denmark in the 1500s and 1600s Odense. Restaurant is named after him
City Tour in Roskilde
Roskilde – a trip back to the middle ages and much more. Explore churches, royal burials and not least the beautiful city
Ebeltoft, Glass Museum and Old Town with Half Timbered Houses
Scenic walk in Ebeltoft with halftimbered houses and cobble streets. Enjoy the world famous Museum of Glass and the Fregat Jutland
Vejle's New Architecture and Outstanding Buildings
An exciting city walk based on Vejle's architectural policy, a visionary political decision from 1997. Be impressed by the architecture
Our tour begins at the open market place Torvehallerne near Nørreport station, where we'll enjoy a refreshment to get ready for our walk. This tour is best for small groups who desire a friendly, personal experience with their guide.
A short distance away, we'll cross Queen Louise's Bridge and the Copenhagen lakes, which formed part of the medieval city's old defensive walls and now provide city dwellers a highly valued recreational area.
On the other side, we'll explore the cool and multicultural Nørrebro district. You'll discover the colourful past of this working-class neighbourhood and also experience its hip and young culture.
After stopping at two attractive and beloved squares, each with its own character, we'll walk through a beautiful park-like cemetery to visit the resting places of world-famous philosophers, musicians, and authors.
There will be ample time to take photographs and we'll end at Queen Louise's Bridge.
In the Footsteps of Hans Christian Andersen
City walk with all the stories about places connected to the fairytale writer Hans Christian Andersen's life in Odense
Søren Kierkegaard's Copenhagen
City walk focusing on the philosopher Soren Kierkegaard's Copenhagen and life in Copenhagen in the 1800s
Guided walk in Middelfart
The pretty little town of Middelfart with the two bridges connecting Funen and Jutland is in itself a condensed piece of Danish charm
Experience the New District of Aarhus and the Harbour
Aarhus Ø overflows with architectural buildings, water activities and taste experiences. An experience in Aarhus' new district
Medieval and Renaissance Odense
City walk focusing on the development of the medieval and renaissance city of Odense
Challenge your idea of the size and surroundings of Odense in the Middle Ages on this guided walk along the former city boundary and be surprised at how small medieval Odense actually was. The city boundary consisted of big and small streams and swamps. In the renaissance Odense developed – but slowly.
On this guided walk your imagination will be challenged because there are only few visible traces of the Middle Ages such as a couple of churches and the former bishop's palace. From the renaissance period we have several more buildings.
My story will deal with the origin of Odense, its appearance and development in the course of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. And of course I will point out these buildings and tell you about their stories.
Hans Christian Andersen – Fairy Tale Sculptures in Odense
Explore the city of Odense by following the trail of Hans Christian Andersen's lovely fairytale sculptures. Suitable for children
Aarhus City Walk – from Viking Village to Mini Metropolis
With an entertaining and knowledgeable guide we'll walk through Aarhus from the Viking age to the European Culture Capital 2017
City walk in Odense – Old and Modern
What did Odense look like 500 years ago? What role did it play in Denmark's history? Find out more on this city walk
Skibet Church and Haraldskær Estate
Experience Skibet church and hear the intriguing story of Haraldskær estate. Option for coffee at the estate
Medieval Monasteries of Odense
The monasteries played a major role in the Middle Ages – both in the life of the church and in people's daily life. The monasteries were religious, cultural and financial centres: here medical and agricultural "research" was carried out. The monasteries were the hospitals of that time.
In modern literature, writers like Umberto Eco, "The Name of the Rose", filmed with Sean Connery in the leading part and Jan Guillou's the Arn trilogy have described life in the monasteries.
In the Middle Ages Odense was home to four monasteries and two convents. Most of the buildings do not exist any longer, but three of the monasteries exist as much renovated buildings with other functions for example the monastery of the Order of the Knights of St. John, later the royal castle in Odense and today the host of parts of the local municipal administration. These buildings will form the starting point of my story about the significance of the monasteries and convents in medieval Odense.
Experience the Golden Age of Danish Art and Culture
Explore the aera of the sculptor Thorvaldsen, the fairytale writer Hans Christian Andersen and the philosopher Søren Kierkegaard
City Walk in the Bridge District Nørrebro
Join this tour and see how the working class used to live, combined with the new cosmopolitan city you find in the heart of Nørrebro
Explore Korsør on Guided Walk
Let me show you the town Korsør that was of great importance for the Danish Kings in ancient Denmark. Former port for the ferries