Two Kingdoms Tour – Denmark and Sweden in one day
Denmark and Sweden in one day
On this Two Kingdoms Tour you will visit to rival countries! Sweden and Denmark have fought each other for centuries and holds the record for most wars fought between them. It all adds up to around 30 wars since the 15th century. We even beat the biggest enemies of Europe, England and France, who have fought 16 wars.
About the tour
The countries are separated by the Öresund, which links the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. The tour will take us on a mini round trip, starting with sightseing in Copenhagen and proceeding north to Elsinore to see Kronborg Castle. Then followed by a small ferry ride across to Helsingborg in Sweden, we proceed south and visit Lund and Malmö, before heading back to Copenhagen.
This tour is also possible in five hours: We will cross the bridge both ways and exclude Kronborg Castle visit.
|Start/end:||At your hotel|
|Including:||Authorized guide and transport|
|Price: (for 6-12 pax)||Dkk 11.567 (minivan up to 12 pax)
Entrances to Kronborg Castle: Dkk 80,- pr pax
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There are extensive cultural links between Denmark and Sweden, which are often referred to as “brother peoples” (Danish/Swedish: broderfolk). The southern part of Sweden, Scania, was a part of Denmark until 1658, and the Scanian landscapes still contain many references to the Danish rule, such as the name of many towns and cities, including Kristianstad (town of Kristian). The construction of the Øresund Bridge has rekindled those ties, with the creation of the Øresund Region as the transnational metropolitan area comprising Copenhagen and Malmö. In addition, many Swedes and Danes consider themselves culturally and historically linked, in large part because the languages are mutually intelligible especially in the border regions.
Both countries are full members of the Nordic Council, the Council of the Baltic Sea States, the Council of Europe, and the European Union. Around 21,000 Swedish people live in Denmark and around 42,000 Danish people live in Sweden. (From Wikipedia)
The bridge between Copenhagen and Malmö