Copenhagen Private Tours

Copenhagen Private and Small Group Walking Tours

Full of history, architectural splendor, and 'hygge' (that Danish 'coziness'), Copenhagen has emerged as a leading cultural capital in Europe.
Copenhagen embodies Scandinavian flair with harbor-front promenades, historic and contemporary architecture, and an environmentally conscious mindset. Home to the Danish monarchy and the birthplace of both Danish modern design and New Nordic cuisine, the city is known for celebrating its past while embracing the future. Its grand, ornate buildings—such as the Christiansborg Palace and the Opera House—demonstrate how this Danish capital is one of Europe’s most iconic. Discover the allure of Copenhagen with Context's Copenhagen private tours.

Copenhagen Private Tours

We’ve got various Copenhagen private tours up our sleeves to pique the interests of our curious clientele. Want to know more about Danish history? Book our Introduction to Copenhagen tour to walk through royal palaces and cobblestone streets with local Copenhagen private guides. We've also got tours that focus on Jewish history and heritage along with WWII and the Nazi Occupation. If architecture and design are what makes you tick, we'll visit the Danish Design museum and delve into this stylish theme. Traveling with kids? We can arrange a Hans Christian Andersen-themed tour, soaking up the sites that inspired such fine literary writing. Curious about houseboats and Danish society? We've got experts who have written a thesis on this subject and can go into detail you didn't realize was possible on our Copenhagen private tours. 

What Context Copenhagen Travelers Say
28 Reviews (4.83)

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Excellent t guide. Appreciated her historical, urban planning perspective
Covered a lot of history and architecture which I liked.
Charlotte was fantastic! Knowledgeable, interesting and delightful. Great on history and politics and the Danish sensibility.