Welcome to OnSite Hosts and a personal experience out of the ordinary. We design each and every trip in order to vary the experience for the guest depending on the weather, local events on the day and shopping wishes. So if you do not know what’s going on in Copenhagen, give us a call and we’ll show you.
The possibilities are endless and experiences can be combined completely as required and planned according to your preferences and interests. Whether you are traveling by your own and have a must-see list of the city, whether you are travelling with the family and you wish to enjoy privately guided tours or you are traveling in a group of friends or colleagues and in need of group tours, business tours, or if you want a Pub Crawl, we’ll find the right solution for you. Whether you arrive by car, by bike or on a cruise ship, we’ll meet you where it suits you best.
Whether you wish to have an experience characterized by tales about adventures, the history of Copenhagen, the history of Denmark or art and culture, or you want to go on a guided castle tour with stories about the Royal family and wish to see the Crown Jewels, we can arrange it.
Is your first priority bicycle tours around the city or shopping of everything from clothes and jewelry to furniture design, it is at OnSiteHosts we make the things happen. The only limit is your imagination.
- Bicycle tours – city rides, off road
- Freetown Christiania
- Rickshaw trips
- Canal tours – private and public
- Guided tours of Copenhagen
- Traditional hikes
- Privately guided tours
- H.C. Andersen tours
- Street Art Tours
- Visit an artist
- Shopping trips
- Foodies tours
- Design tours
- Beer tasting
- Pub crawl
- Group tours
- Business tours
- Tailor-made tours
- Historical tours
- Photo tours
- The Crown Jewels
- Royal tours
- Castle tours
For more information or booking, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
CASE #1: Bike tour Copenhagen
Duration: 3-4 hrs.
Pick-up: By your hotel.
Before the bike tour begins, we have arranged bikes for you.
Follow the guide along the Lakes. The Lakes are a row of three rectangular lakes curving around the western margin of the city centre.
Ride through the neighborhood Østerbro. It is one of 10 districts in Copenhagen and is located north of the city centre.
Ride along the coast line, Strandvejen. With a view to our dear neighbours, Sweden, great architecture and beautiful beaches, you might want to make stops for photos and to enjoy the scenery.
The last stop is the Royal Deer Park. It is included in the UNESCO world heritage site. The forest has herds of around 1200 deers and they are quite easily spotted. You will also find the Herimitage hunting palace built in 1736. King Christian VI hosted royal banquets during royal hunts in the forest. Also find the oldest amusement park in the world, Bakken. It opened in 1583.
Drop-off: by your hotel.
CASE #2: Bus tour Aarhus.
Pick-up: By your hotel.
Duration: 6 hrs.
Aarhus is in 2017 the European Capital of Culture. The title represents the most prestigious and prominent cultural events in Europe. Your guide will invite you to events all over town – be surprised.
Besides all the events visit Aros – the museum of modern art. I suspect special events will happen there as well. Aros is the oldest public art museum in Denmark outside Copenhagen. Enjoy the circular sky walk – Your Panorama by Olafur Eliasson.
Move on the The Old Town for a walking tour, as it was a visit in Hans Christian Andersen´s time. When visiting Den Gamle By you might see people dressed in copies of historical clothes and practicing activities from another time. With Living History, an interactive presentation, where historical tools, activities and costumes are incorporated, the museum tells the story and gives visitors an authentic sense of stepping back in time.
Next stop is Moesgaard museum. Presenting the past in a magnificent architectural setting
Prehistory presented innovatively in a breathtaking architectural setting makes for a world-class museum experience when you visit the Moesgaard Museum. The past becomes alive and the people in the exhibits will step forward and provide the visitors with a better understanding of the past and how we arrived at where we are in the present. The Moesgaard Museum is a huge attraction not only because of the architectural design of the museum and the exhibitions, but also due to its location in the beautiful natural surroundings south of Aarhus, overlooking the woods and sea. Moesgaard Museum has been awarded two Michelin stars in the Michelin tourist attraction’s guide.
End the tour with shopping & coffee in the centre of Aarhus. When it is time for relaxation, shopping and more sights to see, go for a walk in the Latin Quarter, the oldest quarter of Aarhus. Find all the designers and brands you can dream of. Or move on to Vestergade – a street packed with private galleries, secondhand shops and Lynfabrikken, where designers and entrepreneurs work side by side. Perhaps drink your coffee at the top of the building in an enchanting café.
Drop-off: by your hotel.
CASE #3: Walking tour Copenhagen
Duration: 2-3 hrs.
Pick-up: By your hotel.
Follow the guide to Amalienborg Palaces, home of the Royal Family. When a flag rises from the pole, the Royal Family is home. Watch the changing of guards every day at 12pm. Amalienborg consists of four identical palaces, built in 1794, in rococo style.
Move on to New Haven, a 17th century waterfront, canal and entertainment district in the center of Copenhagen. It is lined by brightly coloured 17th and early 18th century townhouses and bars, cafes and restaurants. The canal harbours many historical wooden ships.
Next stop is the Kings Square, surrounded by the Royal Theater, The longest shopping street in the world and the famous hotel D´Angleterre. It is the largest square of the city, it was laid out by Christian V in 1670 in connection with a major extension of the fortified city, and has an equestrian statue of him at its centre.
Walk down Stroeget, the longest shopping street in Europe. The pedestrianisation of Strøget in 1962 marked the beginning a major change in the approach of Copenhagen to urban life; following the success of the initiative the city moved to place a much greater emphasis on pedestrian and bicycle access to the city at the expense of cars. This approach has in turn become internationally influential.
Visit The Round Tower. It is most noted for its equestrian staircase, a 7.5-turn helical corridor leading to the top, and for the expansive views it affords over Copenhagen. Such a joy to watch the rooftops of Copenhagen.
Walk by Rosenborg Palace and the gardens. The palace was built as a summerhouse in 1606 for Christian IV. Today the beautiful palace, built in Dutch renaissance, is displaying the Crown Jewels and is surrounded by a beautiful park, where you Copenhageners having fun and are relaxing.
Walk through the Latin Quarter and end the tour at the City Hall. The City Hall is surrounded by a big square, Tivoli and Stroeget. The City Hall is the headquarters of the municipal council as well as the Lord mayor of the Copenhagen Municipality, Denmark. The building is situated on The City Hall Square in central Copenhagen. It is dominated by its richly ornamented front, the gilded statue of Absalon just above the balcony and the tall, slim clock tower. The latter is at 105.6 metres one of the tallest buildings in the generally low city of Copenhagen. In addition to the tower clock, the City Hall also houses Jens Olsen’s World Clock.
Drop-off: City Hall square.