Take a relaxing cruise along Copenhagen’s charming canals and explore its bustling harbor. See castles, churches, old buildings, and hidden gems from your comfortable seat and hear stories and anecdotes behind the city’s major sites.
Sit down and make yourself comfortable. As you glide along the idyllic canals, your enthusiastic local guide points out the multitude of districts of Copenhagen, each one with its own historical heritage and distinctive character. The Nyhavn district has lines of colorful houses of the 17th and 18th century, while the area of Frederiksstaden has beautiful palaces of Rococo style, including the Amalienborg Palace, the winter home of the Danish royal family.
Pass by the lavish Opera House, just opposite Amalienborg Palace, and then see Denmark's world-famous statue, The Little Mermaid. This bronze statue on a rock was made by Danish sculptor Edvard Eriksen in 1913. According to the legend, the statue in Copenhagen is just a copy and the original is kept at a secret location by the Eriksen heirs.