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School trip to Denmark
Copenhagen - Scandinavia's most bicycle-friendly city

Denmark's environmentally-conscious capital attracts visitors with a variety of activities and invites them to visit the Amalienborg and Christiansborg castles, to stroll along the Stroget shopping mile and to take a canal tour in the colourful and lively district of Nyhavn. Still to conquer the Little Mermaid - national symbol of the Danes - and the world-famous Tivoli amusement park? Scandinavian flair, tradition, culture and Vikings, architecture and design attractions, nature and beaches immediately cast a spell here on Zealand and turn a school trip into a unique experience. Especially recommended for young people up to 17 years of age, admission to all state museums is free of charge. We also prepare exciting environmental projects and are happy to advise you!

Suitable for:
  • 6 form college
  • Association Travel
  • Graduation trips
  • Themed tours
  • Youth travel
Here you can find:
  • Beach & Sea
  • Boat trip & Ferry ride
  • Castles & Palaces
  • Culture & History
  • Museums & Architecture
  • Sport & Leisure activities
Youth Hostel
Danhostel City Copenhagen

The popular Danhostel City Copenhagen offers views of Copenhagen Harbour. Tivoli amusement park and the Stroget shopping street are a short walk away. Guests stay in mixed dormitories with shower/WC and free Wi-Fi. A full breakfast and bed linen can be booked for an extra charge.

Youth Hostel
Copenhagen Downtown Hostel

The central award-winning Copenhagen Downtown Hostel is located close to Christiansborg Castle, the Little Mermaid and the Free State of Christiania. Guests stay in twin and multi-bed rooms (for 2 - 5 / 4 - 10 persons) with shower/WC. 24h-reception, lounge & bar, laundry, WLAN and bed linen form part of the facilities. The delicious breakfast buffet can be booked for a surcharge.

Copenhagen GO Hotel

It is just a 10-minute bus ride from the Copenhagen GO Hotel to the city centre. Guests stay in double and multi-bed rooms with shower/WC, TV and Wi-Fi. Bed linen is provided and included in the price. A breakfast buffet can be booked. Shared lounge, bar and café and bicycle rental form part of the facilities.

Program example

5 days / day trips / adaptations as desired

  • Day 1 - Departure from home In the afternoon you start your night journey via Hamburg, Kolding to beautiful Denmark to Copenhagen.
  • Day 2 - Sightseeing tour by boat or city tour - Tivoli amusement park Discover the sights of Copenhagen on a round trip with the Hop-On Hop-Off boat through the harbour and on canals. In the afternoon, head to Tivoli, Denmark's most famous amusement and recreation park.
  • Day 3 - Bla Planet Aquarium - Copenhagen Planetarium Denmark's National Aquarium is one of the largest in Northern Europe. The "Blue Planet" fascinates all ages with its extraordinary underwater worlds and diverse marine life. Then lose yourself in the stars at Copenhagen Planetarium. Watch exciting films in "The Dome Theatre" and explore the exhibition individually.
  • Day 4 - Excursion to Helsingor - Kronborg Castle After breakfast, we travel to Helsingor, about an hour away by bus - the narrowest point of the Öresund and the north-eastern tip of the island of Zealand. The 16th century Kronborg Castle, known from Shakespeare's "Hamlet", is on the programme in the afternoon.
  • Day 5 - Arrival at home After breakfast you start the return journey. This time you will take the ferry from Denmark back to your home town in Germany.
  • Amalienborg Palace Royal City and Winter Residence - Changing of the Guard Ceremony daily 12 noon more
  • Christiansborg Palace Palace Church, seat of Parliament & Supreme Court more
  • Rosenborg Castle Time travel to the 17th century, puppet theatre in the castle park more
  • Little Mermaid 125 cm high bronze figure on the waterfront, national symbol more
  • Nyhavn harbour for boat trips, lively colourful hotspot more
  • Den Blå Planet modern national aquarium, 20,000 sea creatures more
  • Tycho Brahe Planetarium Starry sky, films in "The Dome Theatre" and exhibition more
  • Copenhagen Zoo Denmark's oldest zoo (1859), 3500 animals in 240 species more
  • Danish Jewish Museum History & Rescue of the Danish Jews (1943) more
  • Danish National Museum History & Culture of Denmark more
  • Copenhagen Castle star-shaped fortress & ramparts more
  • Tivoli famous 19th century amusement park in Copenhagen more
  • Design Museum Denmark Industrial design, arts & crafts more
  • Strøget pedestrian zone, shopping mile, cosy cafés & bars more
  • Rundetårn Round Tower with Europe's oldest observatory more
  • Helsingor Hamlet town, Kronborg Castle, National Maritime Museum, Oresund Aquarium more
  • Roskilde Scandinavia's Gothic brick cathedral, Viking Ship Museum more
  • Öresund Bridge connects Denmark and Sweden near Malmö more
Getting there
For decades we have been successfully working with selected coach companies that will take you happy and safe to your destination.
Depending on where you are going, we will take you by either train or coach to your destination.
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