Join our qualified Red Badge Guides for a guided walking tour through the quaint old city center of Copenhagen. Our knowledgeable and charming guides leave daily from April 15 – October 1 at 10:00 A.M., starting at the Tourist Information & Visitor Center, Vesterbrogade 4A. The tour ends at Amalienborg Palace approx. 2 hours later for the changing of the guards. No need to book in advance, we start with 1 guest. Small groups.
Price: DKK 100,- or €15,-.
Come join us for a three-hour foodie tour, where we stimulate your palate with delicious samples of traditional Danish food, drinks, and sweets, as we make our way through the city. A sprinkling of historical facts and anecdotes link the foodie stops.
Tour start: Fridays at 2:00 P.M. from the Tourist Information and Visitor Center, Vesterbrogade 4A. The tour ends at the Food Halls/Torvehallerne.
Price: DKK 375/€50,- for adults; children under 12 at half price. Pre-booking necessary.
Explore adventurous Vesterbro with its charming mix of old working class housing and stylish boutiques intertwined with multi-cultural cafés and restaurants. See how old buildings are revived through innovative solutions. Check out the former rough, now chic, meatpacking district. Find out why ”Istedgade never surrenders!”. Coffee Stop at a folksy soup-kitchen.
Tour start: Saturdays at 2:00 P.M. from the Tourist Information & Visitor Center, Vesterbrogade 4A. The tour ends at 5:00 P.M. at Halmtorvet. Price: DKK 225/€35,- Children under 12 at half price. Pre-booking necessary.
Let us design your private tour, tailored to meet your individual requests. These tours can be done by foot, bike, public transportation or by limo/bus.
For the Daily Walking Tours (April 15 – October 1), simply show up shortly before 10:00 A.M. at the Tourist Information & Visitor Center, Vesterbrogade 4A, Copenhagen V. It is located opposite The Radisson Royal Hotel and near the main entrance of Tivoli.
It is located opposite The Radisson Royal Hotel and near the main entrance of Tivoli.
Taxis are available from all piers. If you wish to use local transportation, please choose from one of the following arrival piers:
Walk to Østerport Station, a 10 minute walk. Take the red S-train two stops towards the city center. Get off at Vesterport Station (2 stops) and walk to Vesterbrogade 4A. Or take the yellow bus route 26 towards Ålholm Pl. The bus stop is located at Folke Bernadottes Allé, near the intersection by the S-train Station. Go 9 stops, Get off at Rådhuspladsen at Vesterbrogade. Walk ahead 100 yards to the Tourist Information & Visitor Center.
Walk to the Route 26 bus stop by the roundabout, just 100 yards from the start of Langelinie Pier (sign: “Ålholm Plads”). Go 13 stops. Get off at Rådhuspladsen at the start of Vesterbrogade. Walk straight ahead 100 yards towards the Tourist Information & Visitor Center.
Take the yellow city bus no. 25 or 27 three stops to Østerport Station at Folke Bernadotte Allé. Take the red S-train, as described under option 1 or change to bus no. 26 in the direction Ålholm Plads and go 10 stops to Rådhuspladsen at Vesterbrogade. Walk ahead 100 yards towards the Tourist Information & Visitor Center.
NOTE: All Taxi fares are estimates, and can vary depending on traffic. All Taxis have a meter. Most taxis accept Visa/Mastercard.
We are five passionate Danish guides from Copenhagen. We all share a deep love, interest and insight into our City.
As qualified guides, we all hold the Tourist Guide Diploma from Roskilde University. This, together with our passion and strong servicemindedness ensures a you a quality experience seasoned with Danish charm and humour.
“It's always good to start a trip with a walking tour which can give you a picture of the place; and the Red Badge Guides is one of the most professional and enjoyable one I have been. Highly recommended”Beccaholy, Hong Kong – May 2015
“…a really wonderful insight into Denmark's history, culture and society. Heaps of fun and a truly memorable experience."Robyn and Joe – July 2015
”We felt like we were shown the city by a long time friend and I can think of no higher compliment than that”Dr. Stephen Jiggins, Canberra, Australia – June 2015