Taste & Experience Danish Christmas!
Discover the meaning behind Danish holiday traditions by experiencing and tasting your way through the magical Christmassy Copenhagen Christmas (which is called Jul) in Denmark is often described as a magical time full of traditions. Unfortunately, our Christmas markets doesn’t really do Danish Christmas justice, so join me on this walking tour and discover the meaning behind Danish holiday traditions - both the new and the ancient ones dating all the way back to the Yuletide traditions of Viking times.
-Discover Danish merry-making with a Copenhagen local and get a better understanding of Danish Christmas traditions – both past and present
-Indulge in a feast like the Vikings and taste Danish æbleskiver (kind of Christmas dougnuts), the best Gløgg (which is nothing like mulled wine) in town awarded by locals, gingerbread hearts and a Julebryg (Christmas beer) with a notorious reputation that awakes strong emotions in Danes
-Make it festive by hearing about, or even, dancing around a Christmas tree to one of the hottest Danish Christmas jams, play pakke-spil (a typical Danish Christmas game) and experience some of Copenhagen’s most charming and illustrative places of Danish Christmas hygge. Inclusions: Local English-speaking guide, one-on-one recomendations for further exploring the city, æbleskiver (kind of Christmas dougnuts), gingerbread hearts, Copenhagen’s best Gløgg awarded by locals and a notorious Julebryg that awake strong emotions in Danes
Exclusions: Additional food and drinks, souvenirs and items of a personal nature, tips and gratuities for your guide and gifts for the Christmas game. We recommend to buy 2 gifts for a total of DKK20 per person from Flying Tiger of Copenhagen or Søstrene Grene.
Your Trip: For your Urban Adventure, you will be in a small group of a maximum of 10 people. If you’re the only one booked, we will still do the tour just for you