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Denmark: Copenhagen Short Escape

Sailboats are docked at the Copenhagen harbor near European row houses The dramatic entrance to the Tivoli Gardens at night Denmark's Frederiksborg Castle
Sailboats are docked at the Copenhagen harbor near European row houses
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Immerse yourself in the vibrant beauty of Copenhagen.

Denmark: Copenhagen Short Escape

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Delight in visiting some of the exciting sites in this magical city with the Adventures by Disney Denmark: Copenhagen Short Escape. Relax while Adventure Guides host special guided experiences and handle all the travel details to make your vacation carefree!

2019 Denmark: Copenhagen Short Escape

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Meal(s) Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodations: Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center

Denmark's Frederiksborg Castle


Enjoy breakfast at the hotel, and then set off for a motor coach ride to the Viking Ship Museum.

Viking Ship Museum

Navigate through the centuries at the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde. 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 shields!

Lunch in Roskilde

Explore the wonders of Danish cuisine at a charming local restaurant.

Visit Frederiksborg Castle

Enjoy the grounds of this magnificent castle, initially built in the early 17th century by King Cristian IV. Located north of Copenhagen on 3 islets in the castle lake in Hillerød, Frederiksborg Castle is surrounded by the exquisite Frederiksborg Palace Garden.

Privately Guided Tour of Kronborg Castle

Relish a privately guided tour of Denmark’s most famous castle, which was initially constructed at Helsingør around 1420. Known by many as “Elsinore” ever since Shakespeare wrote about it in Hamlet, Kronborg Castle overlooks the narrowest passage of the Sound (Øresund) and for centuries 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 dine at the classic Tivolihallen, one of Copenhagen’s most celebrated eateries.