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Food tour, a taste of Denmark in Vejle
The "menu" is a surprise, but the focus will be on Danish and local food. There will be something for everyone on this food tour, where the taste buds are opened up as if it were a meal. Join this food tour and experience some of Vejle's many exciting food places!
Vejle's food scene will be presented on this trip, where things are preferably made from scratch and where both the salty and sweet cuisine is represented… and why not finish with some delicious chocolate?
You will get around to some of Vejle's best food places with a genuine foodie who has worked as a guide since 2012. The focus will be on the traditional food artists and award winners who have shown their worth over the years, but don't be surprised by detours to new, crafty food places.
The stops vary from time to time according to opening hours and number of participants, but you are guaranteed at least 4 different tasting stops – so it can also be used as a light and delicious lunch.
The tour starts and ends at Vejle harbor and can also be completed by bicycle. The tour can also be done by bus, please contact us.
Streets and Squares in Copenhagen; Names Reveal Stories
Come and get to know the hidden squares of the Danish capital by a guided tour in special streets in Copenhagen
Vejle River Valley Guided Tour with Canoe
Get a great experience with a canoe ride in the beautiful Valley of Vejle stream. Experienced guide. Canoes and lifevests included
Copenhagen for First Time Visitors
A city walk that gives you a perfect introduction to the beautiful city of Copenhagen, Denmark's capital.
Middelfart – a traditional and modern town
Middelfart city walk, exploring traditional and modern city culture. Middelfart as a city focuses on climate change and ceramics
Port of Odense – the extended tour 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 all 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.
With this extended city walk on and around the harbor over the course of 2.5 hours, the story unfolds completely – we also experience a walk along a part of the canal and cross the Odin’s Bridge, which is Northern Europe's largest swing bridge. Good walking skills are required.
Roskilde Cathedral – Denmark's Cradle
Roskilde Cathedral – More Than a Thousand Years of History. A guided tour is an experience that will follow you for some time after
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
Kolding: Eel and fish mongering
Kolding: how the city got rich on fish and eel exports – a different story of maritime life, business and culture
A Hike in Syvårssøerne -The Seven Year Lakes – at Frederikshåb Plantation
A very special nature experience of Danish nature. Stories from WW2 as well. A hike suitable for both children and adults
The Moorland's soul – a trip in Lego's Billund and its surroundings
Based on Lego's history and the area around Billund, it will be explained how humans survived in some of Northern Europe's harshest regions and how that approach to survival lives on in Lego, which has created the world's largest toy factory.
For more than 500 years, central Jutland was a heath area – almost a heath desert. But people have always lived on the heath. The interaction between nature, man and animals created a soul that is unique to central Jutland.
The word sustainability was a must for the population of the heath. That sustainability can form a natural model for us now and for many parts of Europe today. I put this into perspective for today's green energy on the heath.
Langelinie – a Cultural Historical Walk in Faaborg
Walk along Langelinie with me and learn about the cultural history of the picturesque coastal town Faaborg
Royal Copenhagen Tour – City Walk and Rosenborg Castle
Experience the beautiful Rosenborg Castle and visit the Danish Crown Jewels – combined with a city walk to Amalienborg Palace
Trail Running at Munkebjerg
Join me for a fun, active trailrun in the hilly forests around Munkebjerg, close to Vejle
The Story of Danish Jewry. By Bus from Copenhagen to Gilleleje
A guided tour dedicated Danish Jewry. Immigration from the Netherlands in the 1600s to modern life living with terrorism as a fact
Contrasts in Copenhagen's South Harbour
Visit and experience an alternative and contrasting Copenhagen South Harbour by the water, on bicycle.
For many years, Copenhagen's South Harbour had the reputation of being Copenhagen's poorest worker neighbourhood, where alcoholics hang out on every street corner. In recent years, there has been a rapid development in the area which creates some exciting contrasts. The South Harbour has suddenly become an attractive place to live and visit.
On this bicycle tour we will visit both the old and authentic South Harbour, the alternative South Harbour with the various forms of housing, such as the houseboats, the allotment garden area, the marina and the newer areas by Sluseholm canal town and Teglholmen. We will also visit some of the area's green oases, including Sydhavnstippen, where we may be lucky to spot the cute sheeps or alpacas that live there.
As the South Harbour is a large area and I would like to give you the whole experience, the tour will be on bicycle. In fact, it is also the most local and Copenhagen way to get around in the city. We will meet at the bicycle rental place, Baisikeli Rent a bike, Ingerslevsgade 103, 1705 Copenhagen, right by Dybbølsbro's S-train station. Here we hop on the rented bicycles and start the tour. The tour takes a total of 4 hours, from the time we all get the bicycles and hit off, and there is a stop included on the route for a little refreshment.
Bike rentals from DKK 100.
Copenhagen's Oldest Active Cemeteries
Beautiful and exciting walk around Copenhagen's oldest cemeteries.
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
Guided Tour and Boating on Odense River in the Wake of H C Andersen
Nice two hour tour of Odense includes Boating on the river. Hans Christian Andersen theme. Very suitable for groups with small children
Beautiful Bike Tour Ringe-Korinth by a Disused Railway Line
We ride at a moderate pace through the beautiful landscape of Funen from Ringe to Korinth and we pass Lyngvild's Viking castle
The Old Town Museum in Aarhus
The Old Town Museum in Aarhus is the world's first open-air museum for the culture and history of market towns, and first opened its doors in 1909.
Today the museum is visited by more than 350,000 guests a year, and has been rewarded the maximum 3 stars by the world-famous Guide Michelin.
The museum houses 75 houses from different areas in Denmark, and walking around the Old Town Museum is like jumping into the time machine and experiencing life as it was in a typical Danish city from the 16th to the 20th century, complete with shops, horse drawn carriages and people dressed as they would have at the time of Hans Christian Andersen the famous Danish fairytale writer.
I invite you inside many of the historic buildings, including the building that used to be opposite Hans Christian Andersen's childhood home in Odense, which was where he was first introduced to the wonderful world of books. I shall also show you the 17th-century pharmacy packed with mysterious medicines and the associated Baroque pharmacy gardens with about 100 different herbs.
Are you more interested in recent history and do you remember Bob Dylan, the hippies and your first television? Then you can also experience the year 1974 which is now part of the Old Town Museum. In this part of the museum I can walk you down the avenue of memories, where we stop at the sausage trolley, flatten our noses at window at Poul's Radio or visit the collective.
Whether you are fascinated by old or recent history it is also a good idea to set aside time to enjoy some traditional Danish cakes from The Old Town Bakery as well as a cup of tea or coffee after the tour.
Beer Walk in Historic Copenhagen – Tastings at Three Beer Bars
Taste the best Danish beers – and listen to the fascinating story about beer in historic Copenhagen and the Danish beer revolution
Modern Art and Architecture in Birk by Herning
Explore and experience both art, architecture and nature in and around Birk Centerpark by Herning
The Fascinating History of Lego – an Entrepreneur Who Plays the World
The fascinating history of Lego told on a coach tour from Aarhus to Billund. Visit Legoland or Lego House – or both if you prefer
Anecdotes and Stories from the Island of Bornholm
A guided nature walk on Bornholm. Jam-packed with views of nature, stories and local anecdotes. Well suited for children and adults
Hike Along Stavis Stream
A hike along Stavis stream with start and finish at the same spot in Tarup, Odense. The trip is estimated to last 2 hours and 45 minutes.
It will be a nice and relaxed hike in a calm pace to ensure everyone can follow. The hike will primarily be on forest tracks, which can be muddy if it has recently rained or perhaps slippery in autumn once the trees have dropped all their leaves on the tracks.
The purpose of the trip is to learn about a local area which has a lot of history – both geologically as well as culturally.
On the trip I'll be talking about a local spring, the rare animals found in the stream, the birds that thrives in the area, as well as the Iron Age and how Iron Age people related to nature back then.
Dokk1 and the Harbour
Aarhus Harbour with lovely and architecture and buildings. A remarkable architectural development from Vikings to modern Man
Vejle: The Harbour and its modern skyline
Be inspired by the way Vejle has adapted to the challenges of climate change, while ensuring stunning views of the fiord
Guided Tour Through New Odense – Culture, Music and Renewal of a City
Meet old and new in a changing city. Classical and modern music, houses for music and shows and a town that wants to be a city
Guided tour in Nordby on the island Fanø
A relaxed guided tour in the tiny streets of Nordby on the island Fanø, smallest community but one in Denmark
Aarhus – City of Knowledge
Why are danish universities so good, and what makes Aarhus a good place to study?
Aarhus is the danish city with the liveliest population and the highest IQ! This dynamic pearl of a city is located on the east coast of Jutland facing Kattegat and it is home to a university with about 30.000 students. Their joie de vivre and eagerness and youthful energy evidently leaves its mark on the atmosphere and face of the city.
We will see how and why while walking across the most beautiful campus in the country, the Universitetsparken in Aarhus. Until the nineteenthirties, the area was taken up by allotments. At that time the landscape designes worked a small miracle and the beautiful buildings were designed by the world renowned architects from C. F. Møllers tegnestue. The result was spectacular – but by and by the university grew, however, buildings were expanded and new ones were built. Finally a decision had to be reached, to either bulid more or keep the trees and hills, the small lakes and the brook – and consequently to move some of the institutes elsewhere. Some academic activities had to move to a new home.
We will also visit some parts of these new academic areas. The tour starts in front of the Institute for Geoscience, we wil start by traversing the original Universitetsparken and also visit some of the newer parts of the complete Campus.
Watch the Market Town, Faaborg from Above during a Walk in the Sund Hills
Explore the Funen landscape with an experienced and dedicated tour guide. Some of Denmark's most beautiful nature and wildlife
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
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
A Tale of Two Cathedrals – from Copenhagen to Roskilde and Lund
Explore the two fantastic cathedrals of Roskilde and Lund on a coach tour from Copenhagen
Odense, past and present
Guided walk through downtown Odense.
The tour will give you facts about the early history of the city, some 19th century landmarks, and examples of how the city is developing into a modern metropolis.
I will show you the following locations:
- Eventyrhaven – the Fairytale Garden
- City Hall
- Fisketorvet/the Fish Market
- The cobblestone streets of Hans Christian Andersen's childhood neighborhood.
Short walk, but good mobility required.
Aarhus Northern Cemetery
A different history of Aarhus based on the great men and women buried at Nordre Kirkegaard, the Northern Cemetery
Guided tour in Sønderho, Fanø
Experience Sønderho, a beautiful and charming little town on Fanø where most of the houses are listed. Come along and hear the stories
Odense Å River tour from Munkemose to Den Fynske Landsby
A day out boating and walking in the company of an enthusiastic guide, see Odense River and the Funen Open Air Village
Visit Bjørnø – a Charming Little Island in the Archipelago of South Funen
Join me on a walk at the island Bjørnø. Visit the charming Village and nature. Learn about culture, plants, animals and geology
Mindeparken – the Memorial Park Connectet to the Palace
Guidet walk in the Memorial park commemorating Danes killed in the Great War 1914-18. The Memorial Park is situated next to the palace gardens by HM the Queen's summer residence, Marselisborg Palace.
Next to the Palace grounds is the Memorial Park and monument commemorating all Danes killed in the Great War 1914-18. Although Denmark stayed neutral in the First World War a large number of merchant sailors and some fishermen died at sea in addition to Danes who volunteered for the allied armies.
By far the majority of Danish war dead were from Southern Jutland, then part of Germany after Denmark lost the war of 1864 against Prussia and Austria. Some 4,100 people from this part of Denmark were killed from 1914-18. In 1920, as a result of Germany losing the Great War, Southern Jutland once again became part of Denmark.
Provided you bring somebody strong to push your wheelchair there is access for the disabled on this guidet walk. Please be aware that the ground can be soft and wet in some areas.
Coast and Nature at the Little Peninsula, Knold – Dyreborg
Explore the Funen coastal landscape with a local. Experienced guide will explain about the magnificent nature on Funen
Viking Walking Experience
Come and enjoy a unique experience within Danish landscape and get close to the history of Vikings
Herning – Down Memory Lane in the Capital of Textile
Herning – My story and the story of an untraditional and visionary young town on the moors
Vikings and Kings in South Zealand
Archaeologist guides about Vikings and Castle Ruins in the local area
Take a boat down-river and up again.
We'll take a boat down along Odense River. A child-friendly and informative guided experience.
I'll tell you about the beautiful villas in Hunderup, the local sports teams and the University Hospital.
I'll also tell you about the surrounding nature and the story about why there are too many male ducks in the river. If you see a camel upon passing by Odense Zoo, I can tell you exactly how it got its characteristic hump.
At Fruens Bøge we can walk through the forest, find a secret cave, jump over stepping stones to ford a stream, and kids can play around in the natural playground. We can even organise role-playing games that take interest and age-group into consideration.
Refreshments can either be brought along from home or bought in Munke Mose park, Skovsøens ice cream shop or restaurant Carlslund. Guideservice Danmark will gladly assist with placing orders.
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
Colonial Denmark and the Slave Trade
See and hear Copenhagen's colonial history, with focus on the slave trade.
Lovely guided citywalk in Ærøskøbing
Enjoy fairytale town Ærøskøbing, smell seawater and tar, see cobbled streets, latticework houses and an authentic baltic atmosphere
Go back in time as we talk about monks and their monastery, boarding schools, a previous king and easy-going women
Esbjerg – an American industrial city
Join me on a guided tour and relive the birth of the town Esbjerg and hear about how the harbour was the cause of an economic boom.
Until 1866, Esbjerg was a small village with 20 inhabitants. The town was then selected as a new export port for Denmark. The export to England and Ireland was to replace the lost German market after the defeat against Prussia-Austria in 1864.
Viking Biking Tour
Come with me on a wonderfull bike tour and enjoy the Viking landscape with lots of stories along the way from Roskilde to Lejre
Hasle Klinker – Clay Industry through 150 years
Experience Hasle Klinker close to Sorthat/Muleby on Western Bornholm. Hear about its industrial past and present nature
Walk the History of Assens
Join me for a guided walk through the history of Assens, where we'll have a look at its industry based past and former glory
Vi siger med glæde lad dine børn komme med på guidet tur med Guideservice Danmark.