is Denmark’s capital city that is located on the eastern coast of Zealand’s island. There is a small part of the city situated on Amager, separated from Malmö in Sweden
by the Øresund strait. The famous Øresund Bridge connects the two cities by rail and road. Formerly a Viking fishing village, Copenhagen today is one of the most magnificent and fascinating cities in Europe
and the artistic, political and economic hub of Denmark
Copenhagen offers many diverse attractions to explore. Relaxed and safe travel by tour bus is a suitable way to sightsee this stunning city and all of its landmarks. Copenhagen is also a front-runner when it comes to urban and cultural development with renewable clean energy sources. Our bus company Coach Charter Germany
can provide you with airport shuttle
transfers or full day bus rental
services. Whether you travel privately, with a large group, or on business, our state-of-the-art tour bus fleet offers you a huge variety of different chartered bus vehicles.
As Copenhagen and charter bus experts, we would like to suggest some places to stopover during your Copenhagen trip. Please check our Top 10 places to see in Copenhagen with your Coach Charter Germany tour bus.
1. Tivoli Gardens
Tivoli Gardens, considered one of Copenhagen’s most famous attractions, is a busy and popular amusement park open all day into late at night when many locals and tourists come for entertainment. The park is situated next to Copenhagen’s main train station and was opened in 1843. It quickly became the city’s fun pleasure garden for crazy rides, shows and attractive food venues. Over time, the park has grown to include more outdoor amusement attractions, beautiful parks, light shows and activities to make this an enjoyable experience during the day or late at night adventure where the whole park is mystically illuminated.
2. Christiansborg Palace
Located on the small island of Slotsholmen, the Christiansborg Palace is the seat of the Danish government and a point to visit that should be on top of the list for every Copenhagen guest. The Christiansborg Palace looks back on more than 800 years of heritage and now houses the Parliament, the Prime Minister's Office and the Supreme Court.
3. Nyhavn Harbour
Board your Coach Charter Germany’s tour bus and arrange with your driver to stop by at Nyhavn Harbour, situated behind Amalienborg, and flanked by a street of the same name. The anchor at the end of the harbor acts as a memorial to Danish sailors who lost their lives in the Second World War. Nyhavn, was once a run-down city district, but today with its brightly painted gabled buildings, many of which have restaurants or cafés, it is regarded a charming and elegant area of Copenhagen city that you should not miss to visit. Beautiful museum ships are anchored, including a lightship (Fyrskib) from 1885. From Nyhavn hydrofoil there are catamaran services to Sweden and sightseeing tours around the port and along the canal are available if you wish to book.
4. Stroget Shopping Mile
Copenhagen's largest outdoor shopping boulevard in the central district is called Stroget, a popular shopping center with pedestrian promenades full of trendy shops. The central square around Stroget is called Amagertorv with an ornate stork fountain built in the Dutch Renaissance style. Stroget lines up many of the world’s international fashion and product brands including: H&M, Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and many other well known designers. Also, Stroget features many local designers and specialty Danish stores including: Mads Nørgaard design, Birger Christensen, the Hay house, Troll beads and Sand which features Danish designs for men’s and women’s wear. So if you are up for a day of shopping, book your Coach Charter Germany’s tour bus well in advance.
5. The Round Tower
On the Købmagergade is the Round Tower, a 36-meter-high structure built as an observatory in 1642. It now also houses a small collection connected with the famous Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe. A particular treat is the platform, reached by a wide spiral ramp. At the top spectacular panoramic views over the city await you. A newly added attraction now is the glass floor hovering 25 meters above the ground where you can peer down into the castle's core.
6. Amalienborg Palace
This is a not to miss site, it is the beautiful Amalienborg Palace, the formal residence of the Danish Royal Family. The Palace is located in the heart of Copenhagen and easy to reach by chartered bus. The complex is not closed off and visitors may almost walk up to the front door of the queen’s home. The palace and royal palace guards with bearskin hats are among the top sights to appreciate in Copenhagen with the changing of the guard at noon being particularly a popular event.
7. Town Hall Square
When you are exploring Copenhagen on board of your Coach Charter Germany’s tour bus, make sure to stop at Copenhagen's Town Hall Square. The main square of Copenhagen is simply called Copenhagen town hall square or Rådhuspladsen. It is fashioned in an Italian Renaissance Style along with Danish influence. The main tower of the town hall houses a large ornate world clock created by Jens Olsen. The façade of the main town hall is orated with stunningly detailed craftsmanship created by local designers and craftsmen.
8. Carlsberg Brewery
If you are a beer lover, you have certainly heard of the famous Danish beer brand Carlsberg. A visit to the Carlsberg Brewery at Valby is an absolute recommendation. Of course, do not drink and drive, and rent a bus with driver by Coach Charter Germany. The location at Valby is home to the first Carlsberg brewery in Denmark. Outside of the brewery, you can visit many warehouses and amazing brick buildings that are being repurposed into mixed used places for locals and finally tourists to visit. The old brewery is open to visitors to tour the historical facility and buildings, art collections and stable grounds with free guided tours. Do not forget to sample some beers while you are here.
9. The Little Mermaid
This iconic sculpture, deeply connected with Copenhagen and known across the world, is made of bronze and granite. It was inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s famous fairy tale about a mermaid who gives up everything to be finally united with a young, handsome prince living on land. Every day and night she swims up to the surface from the bottom of the sea and, perched on her rock in the water, stares longingly towards the shore in hope of catching a glimpse of her beloved prince.
10. Vesterbro Meatpacking District
Vesterbro used to be the meatpacking district of Copenhagen and located close to the main station. Now considered Copenhagen’s Red light district, it is slightly more refined these days and offers a vibrant and bustling scene with nice cafes, cool clubs and a thriving variety of food stores and hip restaurants. The occasional strip show venue can still be found as well. You can also explore many design galleries and stores, enjoy interesting architecture or just take a walk and enjoy some street life. Whatever you plan, your charter bus driver will be ready to pick you up and your friends day and night.
You can see there are quite a lot of places to check out in Copenhagen. Our bus company is always happy to provide excellent chartered bus services tailored to your needs. Just get in touch with our Coach Charter Germany’s tour bus team and explore our charter bus rental services. Coach Charter Germany’s bus company provides perfect charter bus services all over Copenhagen and Denmark. Whether airport shuttle rides, charter bus hire on a daily basis, or just a dinner transfer in the evening, contact our Coach Charter Germany’s booking team and hire a bus with driver for your upcoming Copenhagen trip.