Everything is possible… almost
Do you have an idea for your guests’ visit in Copenhagen? Do your guests request a unique experience in Copenhagen or greater Copenhagen? Get in touch and we will do our best to arrange a fun and unique experience that your guests will remember. While you wonder if we are up to the task, have a look at the examples here:
IWB on bikes – become a local Copenhagener
This Swiss company had a seminar in Copenhagen and we were hired to organize some of their activities for their two day stay. We arranged lunch bags for everyone at arrival and bus transport during their entire stay. Our guides assisted the group with local knowledge and brought them from various meeting venues to local sights during their stay. On day 2 we arranged a bicycle tour with focus on sustainability, and with tastings of beer and local honey.
HTH Kitchens with focus on Danish design
A delegation from HTH Kitchens, Jønkøbing went on an inspirational trip to Copenhagen with focus on Danish design. We planned and organized the entire day. The itinerary included a visit to the iconic National Bank made by Arne Jacobsen and meetings in various design shops and showrooms such as Stelton, Hay and Fritz Hansen. For lunch the delegation went to Design Werch – a venue located in a 100-year old naval building located right next to the charming canals of Copenhagen. In this venue they could enjoy lunch surrounded by their permanent design exhibition with more than 30 curated design brands.
Walking dinner with visits on three different restaurants
A Dutch event planner needed our assistance planning a walking dinner for an international group of 70 people in three different locations. We planned a route that would take them through different areas in Copenhagen and also experience “hygge”, New Nordic food and stunning architecture. The challenge of finding restaurants able to cater for 70 people serving only one dish in each restaurant, proved to be a fun event and we managed to coordinate a great evening for the participants on three excellent and unique restaurants! The guests had good Danish food and great stories.
Travel agency focusing on sustainable solutions in three different ways
A Swedish travel agency wanted our help planning and organizing tours emphasizing on the topics sustainability and health for 150 guests in the insurance industry. The guests could choose between a bicycle tour, a walking tour or a tour with the local metro. Our nine enthusiastic guides were ready with relevant stories on the different routes through the city. Of course we also took care of the bike rental and the tickets to the Metro. The purpose of the trip was to compare and find solutions on how to prevent flooding in a capital like Copenhagen and encouraging people to cycle more as a part of everyday life. Of course we had small tastings along the way.
Green living, upcycling and public transport
110 delegates from Continental Automotive were interested in green living, upcycling and public transport in Copenhagen, so we put together a great tour called “Green is the new Black and sometimes Blue”. We organised groups of 20 delegates going on the metro, through one of the new neighbourhoods called Ørestaden, visiting venues where upcycling is a main feature. We showed them new cutting edge architecture, we talked about sustainable living and how public transport is used to connect the city. The tour ended with a maritime dinner and party in the old Custom House at the water front.
Doctors conference – touring greater Copenhagen
170 doctors attended a medical conference in Copenhagen. We organized an extensive program for this group, that included transfer from the airport to the hotel. During the transfer they had the first introduction to Denmark and Copenhagen. During the next five days, we arranged sightseing tours of the traditional highlights of Copenhagen, so the guests could get an idea of the capital of Copenhagen. We arranged a full day tour to the magnificent castles of North Zealand. We drove up along the coastal road to Kronborg, Hamlets’ castle, had lunch and continued to the magnificent Frederiksborg, the Versaille of the North. We organized a full day tour to Sweden across the Öresund Bridge. We gave a very funny introduction to the relationship of the two countries from the Vikings up until today.
Team building done as a fun quiz walking tour
How many times do the Copenhageners bike around the globe every day? A question and an answer that our guests remember! Several businesses including a car company and a hotel chain in different parts of Copenhagen hired us to do a quiz as part of getting to know each other before dinner. The guests came from all over the world and had been at seminars all day. There were still a few hours before dinner was ready at a restaurant a few kilometers from the place where the seminar was held. So what to do for the next hours? We had the fun pleasure of organizing a quiz about the Danes and Copenhagen. Of course we had arranged for a small break with something to drink during the tour and of course we had a prize for the winning team when we ended the walking tour at the restaurant. By the way… we can arrange quizzes in a lot of areas in Copenhagen and with different subjects: Fun facts about the Danes, food, Christmas traditions, medical history, science, women etc. – all you have to do is ask!
We arranged a fun walking tour for a medical company through the old part of Copenhagen from Nyhavn to the Town Hall Square. On this tour we combined tastings with great stories and lots of things to look at. We talked about the traditions of brewing beer and wine through the centuries in the Danish capital. We also talked about what the poor man, the kings and nobles and the virtuous monks poured into their glasses. Of course it is not all talk… We had five tastings including one inside visit at one of the oldest bars in Copenhagen. So on this tour the guests were in for a treat of beer and wine traditions from the Middle Ages to The Renaissance and today. Did we mention the fascinating story of Carlsberg?
A bite of Denmark – the food tour
We have arranged several food tours in Copenhagen. It is always great fun to hear about food traditions in another country. The last time we arranged a food tour, it was for a big group of travel agents from all over Europe visiting Denmark and Copenhagen. We had arranged a food tour through the old part of Copenhagen from the Town Hall to the Food market called Torvehallerne. During the tour we talked about the New Nordic Cuisine, we introduced the traditional Danish kitchen traditions e.g. heering and smørrebrød, also known as open faced sandwiches. We talked about and tasted Danish beer and a little snaps. Finally we had tastings of “flødebolle” and Danish cookies before the bus arrived to pick up the guests three hours later.
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