Welcome to Copenhagen! After you pick up your luggage and exit customs, an Adventures by Disney representative will meet you in the main terminal and direct you to transportation to your hotel. Relax as the driver handles your luggage and takes you to your hotel.
Afternoon on Your Own
Settle in and, if you arrive early, ask your Adventures by Disney representative for a lunch recommendation. Take a walk to stretch your legs and get to know the city.
Get ready for a fabulous dinner at the Tivoli Hotel and Congress Center as you meet your fellow Adventurers and watch the lights of the city come alive.
Have breakfast at the hotel before heading out for a tour of Copenhagen and its many sites, including the Little Mermaid statue.
Boat Ride Through the Canals
All aboard! Discover Copenhagen's waterways and the perspective they provide on this capital city. As you navigate the canals you will see treasured structures from the past along with the clean Danish architecture of the present—and happy locals enjoying the waterfront.
Lunch in City Center
After experiencing Copenhagen on foot and by boat, it's time for a well-deserved lunch at a waterfront restaurant.
Explore the second oldest amusement park in the world. Although it has the oldest functioning roller coaster in existence, Tivoli Gardens displays its creators' vision of constant reinvention and improvement.
Tonight explore Copenhagen on your own. Ask your Adventure Guide for a dining recommendation, or stroll the promenade yourself and let Copenhagen guide you to its culinary delights.
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel, and then set off for a trip to the Viking Ship Museum.
Viking Ship Museum
Navigate through the centuries at the Viking Ship Museum. Tour the collection of Viking ships dating back to the 11th century. Visit the boatyard where boats are built using centuries-old methods. After the museum tour, Junior Adventurers get to paint their own Viking shield.
Lunch in the City Center
For lunch, you'll stop in at a local restaurant and explore the wonders of Danish cuisine in a setting brimming with old world charm. Welcome to Viking country!
"Magnificent" is a word that will definitely cross your mind when you first see this Renaissance castle. Built during the first decades of the 17th century, Frederiksborg Castle has been home to the Museum of National History since 1878.
Assume a strategic vantage point at Kronborg Castle. Overlooking the narrowest passage of the Sound (Øresund), this Renaissance castle controlled ship passage into the Baltic Sea. With its position and fortifications, the castle played major roles of symbolic, commercial and strategic importance.
For your last hurrah in Copenhagen, you'll visit the majestic Carlsberg Brewery for a special dinner. After your meal, you'll be whisked along to a private visit to the stables.
After breakfast at the hotel, board a coach for transfer to the Port of Copenhagen.