Enjoy the view from your coach as you pass the City Hall Square with the City Hall. The mile-long pedestrian street, Stroget, connects the City Hall Square with the King's New Square. Along this street you will find lots of shops, boutiques and cafes. On the other side of the City Hall Square you will find the world-famous Tivoli Gardens, founded in 1843 and offering a wealth of flowers, restaurants, and entertainment. Pass the Glyptotekart Museum with an impressive collection of art. Pass the Christiansborg Palace, home of the Danish Parliament and the queen's Royal Reception Rooms. On the other side you'll have the old part of Copenhagen lining one of the city's many canals. Pass the old Stock Exchange - a building in Dutch renaissance style, with its spire of entwined dragon tails. Drive through the colorful canal area of Nyhavn, once a disreputable quarter of the city frequented by sailors and consisting of bars and entertainment of questionable taste. Amalienborg, the royal winter residence is the next site to be seen. Four identical rococo palaces surround the spacious octagonal palace square. Enjoy the view of this impressive castle from the opera house opposite the canal. Say hello to the world-famous statue of The Little Mermaid who watches over Copenhagen harbor at Langelinie. Drive by the Rosenborg Castle, which houses the crown jewels and a collection of royal memorabilia, such as Christian IV's pearl-studded saddle.
Comfortable shoes are recommended due to cobblestones. Guests must be able to get on/off bus. The only walking portion of the tour is at Palace Square. Tour may operate in reverse order.