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Recommended Port Adventures in Copenhagen, Denmark

Recommended Port Adventures in Copenhagen, Denmark


Of the 35 excursions offered by Disney Cruise Line, here are our recommended port adventures for first-time visitors to Copenhagen (note that in 2017, with just three exceptions these will only be available for cruisers arriving on the Eastbound Transatlantic Repositioning, which includes an overnight stay in Copenhagen):

Low Budget: Copenhagen is easy to explore on foot, so if you’re on a tight budget, consider heading out on your own. You can even take a free 3-hour walking tour! Check http://www.copenhagenfreewalkingtours.dk for details. Disney's version is Copenhagen Walking Tour (CP07, $85/$59 ages 3-9, 4-5 hours). The basic bus tour is Wonderful Copenhagen (CP01, $59/$29 ages 3-9, 3-3.5 hours). Copenhagen & Canal Boat Cruise (CP39, $89/$85 ages 0-9, 3-3.5 hours) combines bus and boat. This is also available at cruise end as Copenhagen & Canal Boat Cruise End at Airport Debarkation Day Tour (CP40, $129/$109 ages 0-9, 3-3.5 hours).

Active: Given the choice between horseback riding at Royal Deer Park and kayaking Copenhagen's canals, we'd paddle, but either seems worthy. Forest Horseback Ride (CP11, $199 ages 12 and up, 2.5-3 hours) takes you on a 70-minute trail ride in a popular public park. Kayaking Copenhagen (CP25, $165 ages 12 and up, 3-3.5 hours) takes you past many of the city's best-known landmarks during about an hour on the water.

Armchair: Fairytales Canal Cruise in Copenhagen (CP43, $109/$99 ages 0-9, 2-2.5 hours) is a Disney-exclusive hosted by a Hans Christian Anderson character who weaves Anderson's stories with the city's sights. The other end-of-cruise option is Royal Copenhagen, available with either airport transfer (CP50A) or hotel drop-off (CP50H) at tour's end. Both are $119/$79 ages 3-9 and last 4-4.5 hours. You'll see city sights and visit Amalienborg and Christianborg Palaces. The "regular" Royal Copenhagen (CP10, $149/$109 ages 3-9, 4-4.5 hours) has a somewhat different itinerary, swapping a tour of Rosenborg Castle for the stop at Amalienborg.

Cultural: Explore the Castles of North Zealand (CP06, $189/$119 ages 3-9, 7-7.5 hours). You’ll visit Kronborg Castle and Frederiksborg Castle, as well as stop at Fredensborg Palace. Since the 2017 Eastbound Transatlantic gives you an evening in Copenhagen, you might go Big Budget with Copenhagen Dinner Canal Cruise (CP46, $399 ages 5 and up, 2-2.5 hours), which delivers a gourmet meal as you glide past the city's sights.

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