Wheelchair Accessible Copenhagen Express tour

Highlights of this tour

  • The Little Mermaid
  • The Royal Palace
  • Frederik’s Church
  • The Parliament
  • Nyhavn
  • Gefion Fountain
  • View of the Opera
  • Amaliegarden

Accessibility information

  • This tour makes use of public transport for the pick up and drop off.
  • All buses in Copenhagen are wheelchair accessible
  • Involves walking/rolling between the sights
  • The center of Copenhagen is mildly cobbled
  • The tour stays on the flat part
  • All visits are outside

What is included?

  • Private tour
  • Tour duration: 4 hours
  • English-speaking guide
  • Tour adjustable to your wishes
  • Public transport tickets
  • Pick up at the cruise terminal

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances, unless stated
  • Adapted transport can be arranged for pick up and drop off. Contact us for the possibilities.
Little Mermaid Statue Copenhagen
Streets of Copenhagen
Frederiks church Copenhagen

About this wheelchair accessible Copenhagen express tour

During this accessible Copenhagen Highlights tour, you will learn all about Copenhagen’s stunning city from your private guide. A must-do when visiting Denmark’s capital. You will meet your guide at the cruise port or your city center accommodation. Copenhagen has the ambition to become completely carbon neutral in 2025. Therefore this tour makes use of accessible public transport for pick up and drop off. However if preferred, a private adapted transfer can be arranged as well. Let us know your preference. 

The Little Mermaid statue

One of the main stops on this tour is the Little Mermaid statue that reflects a mermaid becoming a woman. The sculpture is placed next to the waterside, right along the promenade and is based upon the fairytale with the same name from Hans Christian Anderson. It is said that the real mermaid story took place in these waters. Keep an ear out while there, you might hear the magical voice of a mermaid. 


Your tour continues to the Royal Palace, which houses the royal family of Denmark. You see the marble church famous for its embellished architecture. Moreover, you visit Nyhavn, one of the most iconic places in Copenhagen. It is the 17th-century waterfront, entertainment, and canal district. Here you find brightly colored houses located on the harbor with lovely bars and numerous exceptional restaurants.

The Gefion Fountain

Next to the iconic colored houses, you find the gigantic fountain called: the Gefion Fountain. The largest monument of the city showing oxen pulling a plow machine, driven by a Norse Goddes. During this stop your guide will share the awe-inspiring stories about Norse mythology. 

Copenhagen’s national opera house

From ancient stories, you continue towards a modern opera house. Copenhagen’s national opera house is one of the most expensive ever built, and once there, you will discover why that is. Located at the Holmen, it treats every visitor on stunning views over the water. You can see Frederik’s Church and Amaliegarden: a beautiful park that will be your last stop on this accessible Copenhagen tour.

After you have seen all that Copenhagen has to offer during this wheelchair accessible tour, your guide will accompany you back to the port or our accommodation. Either with public transport or with private adapted vehicle. 

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