With its green parks and public spaces, it’s easy to see why Copenhagen is one of the most livable cities in the world. No denying, life is pretty great here! From the world’s best restaurant, to cutting-edge designers and architects, to classic museums and galleries, there’s plenty happening in this cool city with fairy tale good looks. Trust us, the Danish capital is a city you don’t want to miss.
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My Hygge & Happiness tour was great! My guide was Jamshed and he was incredibly kind and genuinely interested in our questions about the area. He definitely helped us have a great time on tour, it was much better than expected!! Would definitely recommend it to anyone visiting Copenhagen!
Mr. Diana A., Australia - 08 Sep 2018
I really enjoyed the Hygge and Happiness tour - it was a fun and different way of seeing Copenhagen and learning about Danish culture. There were lots of great photo opportunities and delicious treats to try too! I like that the group size is capped so it doesn’t feel like a big group tour. Jacob was a great guide - he was enthusiastic and knowledgeable and was very generous with his time answering questions and helping us all with insider tips and recommendations. Thanks Jacob!
Mr. Julia T., Australia - 18 Jul 2018
Our experience was very special. Thank you for showing us the highlights of your beautiful city with such warmth and charm.
Mr. Evelyn W., USA - 29 Jun 2018
Mie was wonderful, would gladly take another tour with her. Very knowledgeable, very professional.
There is one concept unique to the Danish that gives this country the edge over the others — and that is 'hygge.' But what actually is hygge? How do you even pronounce it? Can anyone practice it, or is it exclusively Danish?