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Copenhagen is Scandinavia’s largest city and is awash with innovative architecture, creative designs and interesting attractions - perfect for youth groups.

Voted World’s best City for Design 2016, this remarkable city will be of great interest to those studying Art and Design. Students can visit the excellent art galleries and explore the many examples of cutting edge architecture that are constantly being created. But as well as being at the forefront of modern design, Copenhagen has a rich historical heritage, from stunning renaissance castles to royal palaces; there are many historical sites worth exploring. Depending on the time of year, sports students should catch an ice hockey, football or even handball game.


With many budget operated flights, it’s an easy destination to reach from all around the UK.

A typical 4 day itinerary:

Day 1

Early morning flight and arrival in Copenhagen, private transfer and a canal cruise to give a brief overview of the city. A guided tour this afternoon for a more in depth view of what’s on offer. Evening meal in the hotel/hostel.

Day 2

Guided tour of Christiania, the ‘free city’ (we use Christiania’s own guides for this). Afternoon Sustainable City Tour (or Green Energy Tour). Evening meal at the Hard Rock Café.

Day 3

Morning visit to Christiansborg (the Danish Parliament), then an afternoon visit to the Tivoli Gardens. Evening meal at the Barock Restaurant.

Day 4

Flight times depending, free time in Copenhagen or possible visits to the Cathedral.

Groups can also visit Malmo, Sweden on one day

Visits And Excursions

Each group will have its own special interests and curricular needs. That’s why every visit can be completely tailored around you. You’ll find some suggestions below, but you can always call us to discuss more options.

Rondo Recommends:

A - Art & Architecture | C - Culture | G - Geography | H - History | L - Leisure | P - Performing Arts | Sc - Science, Tech & Engineering | G - General Tourist Attraction




Completely separate from Denmark, Christiana was founded in the 70’s by a group of hippies and is now a vibrant and colourful self-contained society full of workshops, art galleries and cafes. For a full experience, we advise taking a tour with one of our trusted guides rather than visiting independently.

The Viking Ship Museum

The Viking Ship Museum


Just outside of the city by the fjord in Roskilde, is the Viking Ship Museum that gives your group a unique opportunity to learn all about the construction and history of this integral part of Viking culture. With lots of demonstrations and interactive activities, this a unique learning experience. You can even sail on the fjord yourself!

Tivoli Gardens

Tivoli Gardens


Right in the centre of the city, this brilliant amusement park has something for everyone, with exotic architecture, historic buildings and thrilling rides. Visit at night to experience a wonderfully fairytale atmosphere.

Amalienborg Palace - (Click for more information)

Art and Architecture Culture History General Tourist Attraction

One of the greatest examples of Danish Rococco architecture, made up of four grand palaces on the same square.

National Aquarium - (Click for more information)

Culture Science, Technology and Engineering General Tourist Attraction

The largest aquarium in northern Europe, The Blue Planet is well worth a visit, especially for science students.

The National Museum - (Click for more information)

Art and Architecture Culture History General Tourist Attraction

The country’s largest museum is home to a vast collection of Danish historical and cultural artifacts.

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art - (Click for more information)

Art and Architecture Culture General Tourist Attraction

A stunning gallery with over 3,000 permanent works, regular special exhibitions and plenty of interactive activities to get involved in. The cliff top gardens also offer spectacular views of the ocean.

The Round Tower - (Click for more information)

Culture History Science, Technology and Engineering General Tourist Attraction

This 17th century tower is the oldest working observatory in Europe. If you’re brave enough, you can stand on the glass floor and look down 25m through the centre of the tower!

Frederiksborg Castle - (Click for more information)

Art and Architecture Culture History General Tourist Attraction

Situated just north of Copenhagen in Hillerod, Frederiksborg is one of the finest examples of Renaissance architecture in Denmark. The castle is home to the Museum of National History, telling the story of Denmark through a vast collection of paintings, furniture and decorative arts.

Kronborg Castle - (Click for more information)

Art and Architecture Culture History Performing Arts General Tourist Attraction

The inspiration for Shakespeare’s Hamlet, this magnificent castle and World Heritage Site is a must visit for students studying Shakespeare. Take a tour of the castle with Hamlet’s friend Horatio and watch unique performances (in English) of the play during Hamlet Live, held from June to August.

SMK – The National Gallery of Denmark - (Click for more information)

Art and Architecture Culture History General Tourist Attraction

The largest art museum in Denmark, with a huge and wonderfully varied collection from Danish Golden Age masters to contemporary artists and one of the world’s best Matisse collections.

Rondo Travel’s preferred accommodation is the Generator Hostel; an excellent hostel in a superb location for youth groups to be based at.

Other hotels and hostels are available as well so if you have a preference, just let us know. We always try to offer a mixture of evening meals so you get a variation rather than commit you to the hotel every night. Packed lunches can be provided as well.