Denmark and Sweden

Denmark and Sweden


Denmark & Sweden in a Nutshell - full day excursion



7 hours

Meeting Point:

In front of Le Meridien Palace Hotel (next to Oscar Bar and City Hall Square

Meeting Time:

10 minutes before scheduled departing time

Ending Point:

Depends on the route of the day


DKK 415 per person

Departure Time:

9:00 July 27, 29, 30 and 31

Minimum Participants:

Minimum 45 participants are required for this tour to operate. If you have paid for the tour and it could not be materialized, an email will be sent to you before 15 July 2009 and full payment will be refunded.

Within a short but comprehensive tour, we will take you to see some of the best sights of two countries – Denmark and Sweden.

Firstly we will take you for a short city orientation to travel through the oldest parts of this famed city and past historic landmarks. During the tour in Copenhagen you will see such as Old Stock Exchange, Christiansborg Castle, Holmen, and passing by the colourful and lively Nyhavn. After Copenhagen, we will drive through The Øresund Bridge to take you to Sweden. Øresund was inaugurated in 2000, consists of a 4 kilometre-long tunnel and 9 kilometre-long bridge. With the height of 204 meters, it is the highest bridge in Europe.

In Sweden, we will first visit Lund, an old town rich in culture and history. Owing to a double Danish/Swedish nationality in history, your guide will tell you about the dramatic past, its famous cathedral, and for you to have some free time to stroll in this charming town.

After Lund, we will proceed to the third biggest city in Sweden, Malmoe, where you will enjoy an orientation, partly on foot. The old city is surrounded by a system of canals criss-crossed by bridges. You’ll visit Stortorget (Big Square), where you will see the Town Hall, the 16th century home of the Mayor and the Equestrian statue of King Karl X Gustav. Nearby, in Lilla Torget (Small Square) you will find some of the oldest buildings. On the way back to Copenhagen, we will feast your eyes with the beautiful Swedish countryside scenery, forests, and of course numerous charming houses in both countries.


Lund Cathedral (not included if the cathedral is occupied due to services or ceremonies)




Private coach and guide


Copenhagen City Hall Square - King's Garden (Rosenborg Castle) - King's New Square - Nyhavn - Amalienborg Palace - Little Mermaid - Royal Library - Islands Brygge - Øresund Bridge - Lund Cathedral - Malmö City Hall - Turning Torso - Old Town - S:t Petri Church - Møllevangen.
Please note! Route may be changed depending on the traffic status of the day.

Provided by: BDP

SAS, Official airline of World Outgames 2009
Hivos, Dutch non-govermental organisation
Danish Year of Sport
Politiken, leading Danish newspaper
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