3-hour private walking tour with
Jewish and general sights
TOUR PRICE (not per person): US$ 450
Price includes an exclusive tour for up to 6 persons.
Please note: It is not possible for different private groups
to share this tour.
THE PRICE INCLUDES: A Jewish guide for 3 hours.
STARTING POINT: In front of the entrance door to the City Hall
STARTING TIME: At your request
TOUR ENDS: After the visit to the Jewish Museum
ENTRANCE FEES: Not included
On this Jewish walking tour of Copenhagen, we will guide you through the amazing story of Danish Jewry. You will get acquainted with Danish Jewish history from the very beginning in 1622, when Jewish merchants were first invited by King Christian the 4th, up to present day.
Our professional Jewish guides not only give you the general history, but also share their family stories. This incude personal stories about the miraculous rescue of more than 7,000 Danish Jews in October 1943 and about Jewish life today.
Visit to the Copenhagen Synagogue
The Great Synagogue of Copenhagen, is defined by its unique architecture. Since 1833 it has been the center for Jewish life in Denmark. The Copenhagen Synagogue was built from 1830-1833 by the architect, professor G. F. Hetsch in semi-oriental classic style.
As we make our way through the city, on this mostly Jewish walking tour, we will also pass by many general Copenhagen landmarks. This will include:
- Copenhagen’s historic city centre
- The monumental City Hall
- The Round Tower
- Christiansborg Palace, home of the Danish Parliament
- Strøget, the main pedestrian mall with both local and international shops
- Børsen, the iconic stock exchange
Visit to the Danish-Jewish Museum
Top architect Daniel Libeskind’s characteristic architecture will lead you into the universe of the Danish Jewish culture. The Museum is named ’Mitzvah’ honouring the rescue of most of the Danish Jews during WW2.
The tour ends after a visit to the Danish-Jewish Museum.
On this private tour you will see the following key sights:
The Royal Library – The City Hall – Copenhagen City Court – Old Square-New Square – The University – The Reformation Monument – The Cathedral of Copenhagen – The Statue of Niels Bohr – The Copenhagen Synagogue – The Round Tower – The Pedestrian Street “Strøget” – The Danish Parliament, Christiansborg Palace – The Old Stock Exchange – The Danish Jewish Museum.
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6 days prior to departure…………….Non-refundable
7-15 days prior to departure……….50% of total purchase amount can be refunded
16-24 days prior to departure …….75% of total purchase amount can be refunded
25-90 days prior to departure……100% of total purchase amount can be refunded