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