Customized tours

We offer tailored Jewish tours that can be combined with general sightseeing experiences.

Below are examples of customized tours that blend Jewish heritage with general attractions. Our tours can be personalized to suit your preferences. Take a look at our selection of general tours showcasing the sights of Denmark for some inspiration. Click here

The Museum of Danish Resistance

Exploring The Museum of Danish Resistance offers a firsthand look into the Danish resistance movement during the German occupation of Denmark from 1940 to 1945.

Step back in time to the years of occupation and witness various pivotal moments from the war. Learn about how the Danish population was impacted by the Nazi occupation and discover the origins of the resistance movement.

At the museum, you can engage in interactive experiences such as printing underground magazines, listening in on simulated phone conversations, and decoding Nazi messages.

One of the highlights of the museum is an authentic fishing boat that was used to rescue Jewish families and transport them to safety in neutral Sweden. It’s a tangible link to the past, offering a glimpse into the bravery and sacrifices made during that challenging period.


Jewish boat and castle tour

4,5-hour Jewish tour including a walking tour, Rosenborg Castle and a 1-hour private canal tour.

The guide will also share personal accounts concerning the remarkable rescue of 7,000 Danish Jews in October 1943 and shed light on contemporary Jewish life.

Explore the Great Synagogue of Copenhagen, with its breathtaking architecture from 1833.

Visit the historic Rosenborg Castle, located in the King’s Garden at the heart of Copenhagen, showcasing 400 years of royal history, art, treasures, and the Crown Jewels, all commissioned by Christian IV in the early 17th century.

Embark on a private 1-hour canal tour for a cozy boat ride through Copenhagen’s picturesque canals, concluding near the Royal Library, the Black Diamond, and a short distance from the Danish Jewish Museum.

Experience the unique architecture of The Danish Jewish Museum designed by architect Daniel Libeskind, providing insights into Danish Jewish culture with a particular focus on the events of World War II. The Museum, named ‘Mitzvah,’ pays tribute to the courageous rescue of most Danish Jews. (Please note that the museum is closed on Mondays.)

The Jewish Museum can be replaced with a visit to the Museum of the Resistance.

Hamlet Castle and WW2 Tour

7-hour tour of Kronborg Castle, North Zealand, Jewish rescue routes and WW2

Embark on a picturesque tour along the Öresund strait, which divides Denmark and Sweden, en route to Elsinore north of Copenhagen.

Explore Kronborg Castle
Delve into the rich history of Kronborg Castle, one of Denmark’s most renowned and grandiose castles. Known as the Castle of Hamlet, this castle has housed the royal family and is said to have inspired Shakespeare’s writings on Hamlet.

Hornbæk – The Danish Catskills
Following the Kronborg Castle visit, we journey to the charming village of Hornbæk. Here, you can savor a delightful lunch while learning about the notable presence of Jewish families from Copenhagen in this area. Additionally, Hornbæk served as the northern headquarters for the Nazi army.

Gilleleje Town: The contrast of hope and despair for Danish Jews During World War II
Our next stop is the city of Gilleleje, just 5 miles away from Hornbæk. This city played a significant role in the rescue of Danish Jewry during World War II. More than 1,400 Jews found refuge through Gilleleje, but the city also witnessed tragedy when over 80 Jews were discovered hiding in the attic of Gilleleje Church.

We will share poignant stories with you and guide you on a walk to visit some of the 7 bronze plaques installed in October 2013 in remembrance of the 70th anniversary of the daring rescue mission in October 1943.

The tour ends back in Copenhagen

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