RESCUE ROUTE 1:
5-hour combined driving/walking tour
Tour price: US $ 980 (max. 6 participants)
The tour price is for a group from 1-6 participants and not per person.
*** All our tours are private tours, and we do not mix different groups.
Tour includes a 3-hour walking tour in Copenhagen followed by and the 2-hour visit by car to the little fishing village of Dragor.
THESE ARE THE KEYSIGHTS WE WILL BE PASSING ON THE WALKING PART
The University – The Danish Parliament – The Danish Jewish Museum – (entrance) – The Round Tower – The Latin Quarter – The Old Jewish Quarter – The Cathedral of Copenhagen – The Copenhagen Synagogue – The Royal Palace – The Nyhavn Canal – The little mermaid – The Gefion Fountain – The Pedestrian Street (main shopping area) – and many more…
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RESCUE ROUTE 2:
5 hours – Car available all 5 hours
Tour price: US $ 1375 (max. 4 participants)
The tour price is for a group from 1-4 participants and not per person.
Tour includes 3-hour sightseeing by car in Copenhagen followed by a 2-hour visit to the little fishing village of Dragor (same as above).
During the tour we invite you for a nice coffee break in a charming cafe in Dragor village.
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DRAGOR AND THE RESCUE OF THE DANISH JEWS DURING WW2
One of our experienced guides will tell you their personal story of the rescue of their own family and the miraculous rescue of 7,000 Danish Jews during The Second World War.
Brave fishermen helped more than 95 % of the Jewish population in Denmark to safety in Sweden in a heroic act the world had never seen before. Many Jews escaped from Dragor on small boats including the fishing boat Elisabeth, which brought Charlotte Thalmays father and grandmother to safety in Sweden on a cold and dark night in October 1943.
Today Dragor is a charming village with old half-timbered houses, cosy cafes and restaurants. Only 8 miles from the centre of Copenhagen, the visit to Dragor will not only evoke the past, but also give you an interesting and unique look into the lives in small Danish villages. During our tour of Dragor, we will have a cosy coffee break in one of the little village’s many lovely cafes.
If you have specific request please contact us at:
Phone: +45 28 40 75 05 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org