Copenhagen is unique in many ways. Two ways the city is unique is
- it’s is located right by the ocean and a canal runs through the center of the city.
2. it’s super bike-friendly – everyone here bikes!
So what are you waiting for? Grab the opportunity to explore Copenhagen like you never have before. On a bike or from the waterside!
Go on a boat – let the captain guide you
Experience Copenhagen while relaxing in cosy little boats with enough space for twelve people. These boat tours share routes that you can sail to make the most of your trip. This way you get to explore and dive into a completely different side of Copenhagen that you’ve never seen before.
Bring together a group of friends or family and get ready to sail. You can choose between seeing the “landmarks” tour which goes through the old city center with many historical sites and the “hidden gems” tour where you are shown nice spots off the beaten tourist tracks. Regardless of which one you choose, a complimentary drink on board is included.
Rent a boat – you’re the captain
Hop aboard and see the gorgeous, old canals with the beautiful buildings, sail towards Christianshavn or towards Sydhavn that lets you see modern, impressive architecture in this newer part of town.
You only have to be at least 18 years old and not intoxicated to drive a boat.
As a captain, you have freedom regarding which part of Copenhagen to sail around, which canals to see. It’s way funnier to sail together with friends or close ones so bring them along as each boat can fit up to eight people, no matter of age and size.
An easy way to enjoy these activities is to check out our services page, pick up the most convenient day and time slot for you and fill in the booking form. Our concierge will make sure you’ll be happy with the trip and get the best out of your sailing experience!
Do your bike tour
Copenhagen is one of the best cities to bike in. Every day, more than 50.000 bikers pass the central Dronning Louises Bro – it’s safe to say that biking in Copenhagen is the ultimate way to get around.
Rent a bike (or an electric scooter if you dare). You can rent the white city bikes that are located all over the city, you can rent a bike at a local bike shop or book bikes for you and your friends in advance to save some time and enjoy Copenhagen like a local.
Once you’re on your bike – you’re ready to bike around the town and go on a bike adventure. Choose a neighborhood to explore – Refshaleøen as an example is fun to bike to!
Book a bike tour
If you’re more into outsourcing the guide part of your bike tour – you have all the luck. There are plenty of ‘Copenhagen like a local’ bike tours to join in Copenhagen. This way, you’ll have a guide to do the hard work, while you just follow them on your bike and see the great parts of Copenhagen. What’s not to like?
Guided tour or not, by boat or bike – it’s up to you – and you don’t even have to choose! Choosing one doesn’t have to exclude the other. It’s fun to do all of the above!
About the author:
Born and bred in Copenhagen, Caroline Sølver is the expert when it comes to everything Copenhagen, from the hippest spots to get your coffee fix, the nicest views, and the hidden gems. Caroline runs her own personal lifestyle blog Silver Stories and a podcast Silver Talks in which she shares her life, living between Copenhagen and NYC, where she runs a cafe with her partner and is currently working on two more guidebooks for NYC and Copenhagen. Follow along for her best tips to Copenhagen.