North Germany & Copenhagen

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    Arrival to Hamburg. Byzantin Travel Team welcomes you at the airport and after tour information we are starting our program from Alster lake who is near to Hamburg city center. Three overnights in Hamburg.

    Full day city tour, The Rathaus (Town Hall) -  Alter
    Elbtunnel - St Michael’s Church The harbor and front, stretching from the Speicherstadt to Hafencity - Symphony Hall - The Port of Hamburg stretching from the Speicherstadt to Hafencity - Symphony Hall - The Port of Hamburg - Landungsbrücken landing stages -´Hans-Albers-Platz - Landungsbrücken landing stages -´Hans-Albers-Platz -  Altona fish market - Reeperbahn, with Beatles-Square - St Petri and St Jacobi ( Hamburg’s medieval churches ) – Trostbrücke - with Beatles-Square - St Petri and St Jacobi ( Hamburg’s medieval churches ) – Trostbrücke St Nikolai Church –WWII ruins.

    3. Day:
    Hamburg’s world famous red light district stretches on either side of the Reeperbahn, the charmingly kitsch backbone of the proudly alternative St. Pauli quarter.See the most famous (and hardest working) police station in Germany. We will visit lots of little known or unknown places around Hamburg.

    After breakfast we drive to Copenhagen for 3 overnights. 
    Copenhagen, the Venice of the North, is one of the few places in the world where the flair of a metropolis blends with the charm of a small town. In every season, Copenhagen radiates its charms. Elegant shopping streets, windjammer romance on Nyhavn, quaint pubs and good restaurants will delight you just as much as the royal history that can be felt in the castles and stately homes.

    In Helsingør we immerse ourselves in the history of Hamlet and drive to Kronborg Castle, which is located directly on the Öresund, which became world-famous through Shakespear's drama and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site (inside inspection possible).

    We start By our tour coach and set off on your exploration of the inner city of Copenhagen. On a canal tour, go cruising around the city’s charming waterways, and then head to Christiansborg Palace, where you’ll visit the reception rooms used by Danish royalty. 

    Following program is the new places and locations 
    See Amalienborg Palace Square, one of the city’s most beautiful squares and home to the royal family, and visit Rosenborg Castle, a Renaissance palace where the Danish crown jewels are kept, as well as paintings and other treasures. Other landmarks and sights you’ll see include the Opera House, Nyhavn, Vesterbro, Christianshavn, the Old Stock Exchange, Kongens Nytorv, lakes and The famous Little Mermaid statue.

    Today we walk on royal tracks. Frederiksborg Castle (interior visit) and Fredensborg Castle, the summer residence of the Danish royal family (photo stop), are on the program. With a view of the Swedish coast, it goes along the Danish Riviera back to Copenhagen. The rest of the day is at your leisure...

    We are happy to meet you, thanks for to take our program and tour will be end when take you back to the airport for your return journey…

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