With a Bachelor in Tourism and an education within the cultural field, I share my knowledge and enthusiasm with the visitor.
For a number of years, I have been booked by different organisations in the US with my presentation about Denmark. Last time in New York, October 2017.
It is my ambition to be the difference between reading details in a guidebook and giving the personal perspective of living in Denmark today. What made the country into what it is, caused by historical events?
You can explore the city of Copenhagen in many different ways:
By walking, you will see more details,
by driving, you will experience more sights.
I offer both, also as a combination.
Copenhagen has become one of the largest Cruise destinations in Northern Europe, and a great way to see the Scandinavian countries as well as the Baltics. Therefore I am offering Shore Excursions, including all of the highlights of our capital. We will pick you up by your ship and end the tour at the airport or visa versa.
On some of my tours we will leave Copenhagen and I will tell you all about either the Vikings, Royal Castles or Jewish life in Denmark.
I have been working as a tour guide since 1996 and am still as passionate about it as ever!
Thank you for visiting - I am looking forward to share Wonderful Copenhagen with you!
A Recent Review of this guide
Charlotte is a wonderful guide. She gave us a tour of Copenhagen hitting on the most interesting sites and we then visited the Jewish Synagogue which is under renovation and the very unusual and interesting Jewish museum. Her descriptions of the Danish Jewish situation during WWII was very interesting. Her story telling is exceptional and her English is perfect. If you are looking for a Jewish tour in Copenhagen, you can't go wrong booking with Charlotte
Licensed Tour Guide
Bachelor in Tourism
Skilled lecturer in the US
Guiding and riding a bike at the same time doesn't work for me....everything in its time :)