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.
Green Living in Copenhagen – A city of sustainability Jump on the metro and join us on a tour with emphasis on green urban planning, cutting edge architecture and sustainability. We begin our tour in the neighbourhood called Ørestad, an area that emerged in the early nineties, and is known for their green profile. First stop is Bella Center Station, where a general introduction to the area and its history will be unfolded. The innovative duo Bjarke Ingels and Julien de Smedt (PLOT architects) are the forces behind the spectacular...read more
Discover Jewish history in Copenhagen Denmark has a small population of Jews, but they have lived here for centuries. So when did the first Jews arrive in Denmark and 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 and 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. The Danish king and the yellow star The tours begins in the...read more
Denmark and Sweden in one day On this “Two Kingdoms Tour” you will visit two rival countries! Sweden and Denmark have fought each other for centuries and hold 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...read more
The picturesque fishing village Dragør Join us on a tour in the picturesque fishing village Dragør – just half an hour from Copenhagen. The city is on the top 10 of the most beautiful towns in Denmark! Feel the fresh, cool breeze of sea air coming in from the South, absorb the tranquility in the charming narrow streets among the distinctive yellow fishermen’s houses. In order to be a true local in Dragør, it is said that you need to be able to trace your ancestors back at least three generations! The first people in the city were...read more
North Zealand Don’t leave Denmark without seeing one of the most beautiful parts of Denmark: North Zealand. On this tour we drive from Copenhagen on the scenic route along the coast of Oresund where you will see impressive mansions, humble fishermen’s villages and old birch forests. As we drive along the coastal road, you will be familiar with Denmark now and then and hear the riveting stories about our hunt loving kings and our relationship with Sweden – our archenemy for centuries! Visit the castles of North Zealand First stop will be...read more
A tour about medical science Come with us on a walk through the history of medical science from the Medieval times to 1900. Hear about medicines, herbs, surgery, plague, cholera and poverty in Copenhagen. We will tell stories about some of the colorful people who lived and influenced the beginning of the medical era. A time when beliefs and superstition collided with knowledge. A tale of the Medieval, Renaissance, Enlightenment and the transformation of Copenhagen from a fortress to a modern metropolis. Practical information Duration:...read more
What makes Danish Christmas unique? Join us on a guided tour in the beautiful, ornamented Copenhagen, and see how it lights up in the darkness of December. Experience Danish “hygge” and get to know our traditions with candles, cookies and cosiness. Hear about the many different dishes that we eat for Christmas, and find out why Danes hide an almond in their rice pudding and dance around the Christmas tree! See typical Danish Christmas ornaments and listen to the story behind them. Learn about the Danes’ relationship to...read more
Explore the Danish heritage The best way to experience and explore the Danish heritage is by going to Roskilde. Join us for a tour where you will explore the magnificent cathedral – an architectural masterpiece. 1000 years of Danish history are gathered here under beautifully decorated vaults and in dark crypts. Here 39 kings and queens of Denmark lie buried and the cathedral is thus one of the most sacred places in Denmark. The cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Afterwards we will visit the Viking Museum where original ships...read more
Christianshavn: Canals, warehouses and colonial reminiscence Join us on a walking tour that will take you through the charming neighborhood of Christianshavn. This 17th century part of Copenhagen is oozing with atmosphere. Strolling down the cobbled streets and the narrow canals, you get really close to the locals. We will also visit several back yards to get a closer look at everyday life of the Copenhageners. On this guided walk you will hear the fascinating stories of slave captains, slum and high society in the past. The city tour will...read more
The Father, The Son and The Beer In 1838 J. C. Jacobsen tasted Bavarian beer for the first time. It was the start of the world’s fourth largest brewery, Carlsberg. Meet us at Carlsberg and join us on a journey where we talk about the history of beer which started over 10.000 years ago! We tell about the founder J. C. Jacobsen, who named the brewery after his son Carl and the hill upon which the plant is located – Valby Bakke. The son entered the family business, but they got into a conflict, and that is why you will hear about New...read more