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Denmark / Grand tour of Copenhagen

When working in the travel industry and had the pleasure of visiting many of the amazing places in the Nordic countries it’s sometimes easy to get blinded by all experiences and to avoid all “touristy” things when away outside work.

I’m very happy I took the Grand tour of Copenhagen and could experience Copenhagen from the sea side and at all the canals.

I would strongly recommend setting aside 50 min and taking the tour, especially if it’s good weather.

 

For Miki staff

The tour depart from Nyhavn or Gammel Strand and spoken language is Local or English

JP market:

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P 84399       STROMMA DK/GRND TR FRM G.STRND-BOAT

AS Market

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