Experience a personalized and interactive walking tour in the Danish capital Copenhagen, simply equipped with your smartphone. Just like a scavenger hunt, this fun walking tour let's you play your way through Copenhagens inner city with the the most remarkable sights of the city. Explore the hidden corners around well known sights and learn about the history and present of the city - suitable for both visiting tourists and locals alike. Experience Copenhagen your way.
Learn more about Copenhagen and our walking tour below. In case you're wondering how exactly Peryscope Walking Tours are played, check out how it works.
Mikkel is desperate and needs your help. He wanted to impress Ida with his knowledge about Copenhagen's most impressive sights and artworks. But after an unfortunate incident, half of his notes are gone. Ida is already on her way and Mikkel is about to embarrass himself - only your determined action can save his day!
Copenhagen is called one of the most liveable cities in the world for a reason. Surely, the Danish concept of "hygge" contributes to this high quality of life.
But the city itself also has a lot to offer: Not only can you explore a medieval old-town with narrow streets and tiny houses, royal palaces and modern architecture, but also numerous canals, in which the locals take a dip in summer (and for some, also in winter!), a broad variety of culinary experiences and diverse quarters. Each quarter of the city has its on charme and flair. On your Peryscope walking tour - or scavenger hunt - you can explore some of them!
The city centre of Copenhagen is full of sights: Along the route of our walking tour you will experience the most exciting of them:
Christiansborg palace, the seat of the Danish parliament, the Nyhavn canal, a truly iconic spot in the city, of which everyone takes a picture, Amalienborg palace as the home of the royal family and of course the little mermaid, probably the most famous public piece of artwork in Copenhagen.
But don't worry, there is way more to explore! Even if you know the most obvious sights of the city already - we made sure that you will spot something new on your scavenger hunt walking tour through Copenhagen!
In 2020, 800,000 people lived in the greater Copenhagen metropolitan area.
There is a lot to explore in Copenhagen and its surroundings, so you won't get bored so easily, no matter how long you stay. However, it is probably best to explore the city over a long weekend. In case you catch a streak of rainy days, you will get another chance during your next visit 😉
Although this depends on your taste and preferences of course, a visit of central Copenhagen around the town hall and the theme park Tivoli, as well as the quarter around the harbor and the Nyhavn canal are a must, to get a good impression of the city.
Different times of the year offer different experiences in the city. The most popular time for traveling to Copenhagen are the months from May to October.
The city is big, and there are endless things to see. Although exploring on your own is fun, a little guidance now and then won't hurt to find the best spots in Copenhagen!
Absolutely not! Many locals who have been living in Copenhagen for years, have been playing the walking tour already. The unanimous feedback: You will discover something new, see the city with different ees and learn something about Copenhagen, you didn't know before. Spend an afternoon on the weekend and get to know Copenhagen anew!