On the HidDenmark MonsTour you'll visit many of Copenhagen's most famous sites. But instead of your standard tourist fair, each location will introduce you to a world of strange and terrible beings from Danish myths and folk legends - mermaids, dragons, trolls, and much more. Remnants of belief in these creatures are still found all over the city, and on this tour we will uncover them, as well as delve into some little-known historical events that may or may not have involved real monsters. So get ready to leave the coziness behind for an hour, and immerse yourself in the Copenhagen MonsTour!
The Glyptotek, The Town Hall, Parliament, Royal Library, Financial District
Start at the main entrance to the Copenhagen Central Station (Hovedbanegården) facing the Tivoli amusement park
Places to stop along the way:
Take a pit-stop and a refreshment at the Royal Library Garden
Best time of day:
Anytime during the day is fine. The Glyptotek Garden is open from 07:30 to 22:00 daily.
Watch out for bicycles and traffic in general
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