Teambuilding and social events
In search of teambuilding or an activity to shake things up? Let us plan your day with different kinds of easygoing activities. No matter who you are, we can guarantee you a memorable day.
We always customize the day after you and your guests’ requests in terms of location, level of physical activity, number of persons etc.
We can also put together a theme day with these elements:
- City walk or biking tour around the city with a quiz or a game related to the attractions and hidden places we pass.
- Hands on experience. Do you want to try a Danish cooking class preparing smorrebrod or frikadeller? We can arrange for you to try it for yourself, so you can make it at home.
- Indoor visit to one of the many museums and/or galleries in and around Copenhagen.
- Lecture over coffee. Do you want us to tell you about Copenhagen, a special part of the Danish history or another specific topic over the Danes’ favorite drink, coffee? Let us meet up, and we will prepare a small lecture especially for you.
- Theme related lunch. Themes can be art, design and architecture, nordic food, culture and history.
Call us and let us help you plan your next social event.
Imagine a Danish village in the early 1800-hundreds. You would have Niels the butcher and Niels the miller and Niels the shoemaker. At that time they would all baptize their children with the same surname. They did that, because then children were given the name of the father added -sen for son or -datter for daughter as their surname. So Niels would name his son Nielsen and daughter Nielsdatter. It was hard to know who was related to who by looking at their names since many were called the same. And further, Niels’ grandson would be named...read more
Copenhagen and all that jazz! Jazz came to Denmark from the US in the 1920’s. The majority, however, though it was rubbish and a naive kind of music started by dark skinned cultures. So, when Josephine Baker, the American singer, danced in Copenhagen with her top off only wearing a banana skirt in 1928, the bourgeoisie though it was outrageous! Did she have no shame? But a famous Danish architect and critic, Poul Henningsen, loved it and wrote in a big Danish newspaper: “If naturalness could be thought, mothers would send their young girls to...read more
See places of great beauty and get a chance to shoot photos of Copenhagen from angels that you will never find yourself. By bike we will explore parts of the old harbour, the marine station and the remains of the former shipyard B & W at Holmen. Copenhagen Camera by bike The bike tour will be at a comfortable pace with plenty of be time to discuss photo techniques, camera adjustments and composition. You will be offered tips and tricks to improve your photography. Along the route you will see very interesting views of some of the major...read more
Our Foodies’ Favourite Food Tour takes you down the cobbled stoned streets of Copenhagen and into the heart of the Danish kitchen. Within the last decade the nordic cuisine has become famous all over the world with the concept New Nordic. With this concept one must cook after the season, with raw materials from the North and create a tastefull and healthy dish. On the tour you will e.g. taste the traditional Danish lunch: an open faced sandwiches called smørrebrød, which is a piece of ryebread with different kinds of topping on it. Try...read more
Copenhagen Cool – Conference Tour Have you spent all day inside a conference centre in Copenhagen? You need to stretch your legs and try our conference tour! Come and join us on a guided walking tour and explore the best sights and hidden gems of the city before dinner to work up your appetite for dinner and the attractions of Copenhagen. We will tell you the riveting stories of the local history and also give you an impression of everyday life in the green capital of Denmark. If you like competition we can divide you into groups and do...read more
What do you know about the Danish Scientists? On the this tour you will be introduced to the most outstanding Danish scientists through history. You will be introduced to nobel award winners and other science superstars and see the places where they lived and worked. We will explore the groundbreaking inventions and larger than life personalities in Danish history. For example Niels Bohr, who through science helped his german colleagues hide their nobel price medals during WWII when the Nazis tried to confiscate them. You will also meet...read more
Green Copenhagen – A city of sustainability Are you interested in sustainability? Would you like to know some of the green initiatives that flourish in the capital? Then this is the tour for you! Copenhagen was voted Green Capital of Europe in 2014, has a stated objective in becoming CO2-neutral by 2025, and the is also known as the most livable city in Europe. So come along on this walking tour where we will tell you abut sustainability, which can be both green and blue! We will explore and visit places in and outside the city center...read more
Discover Jewish history in Copenhagen When did the first Jews arrive in Denmark ? How did they manage to live as a minority in a Christian country? Why was 99% of the Danish Jewish population rescued during the 2nd World War? How is Jewish life in Denmark today? Join us on a tour focusing on the Jewish legacy and listen to the fascinating stories of mosaic life in the Capital throughout history. On the tour you will see the synagogue and the nearby Trinitatis church where the Torah-rolls of the synagogue were hidden during the Second World...read more
Copenhagen Highlights with a Twist Just arrived in Copenhagen? On this classical walking tour we will give you a great introduction to our beloved city! Listen to the riveting stories of the must-see highlight like The Royal Palace Amalienborg, Castle Island and New Harbour. The Oldest kingdom in the world How does a constitutional monarchy work? Why are the queen so popular? Get familiar with our Royal Family as you listen to passionated love stories and royal scandals back in history. The perfect palace to tell these stories are at...read more
Christmas in Denmark – Glædelig jul! Danish Christmas is a celebration of traditions, decorations and most of all food! We prepare for months, so when the winter comes we have all our Christmas favourites ready to enjoy. Explore Danish Christmas among the lit up streets of Copenhagen and hear stories about solstice in the Viking ages. Get to know the superstition and faith among the monks in Medieval times – and hear about angles and elfs. Why do the Danes dance around the Christmas tree? And why do they put an almond in their...read more