For me Copenhagen - and Denmark - are places full of exciting stories. Stories of how to live surrounded by the sea - from the times of the vikings 1000 years ago to our days with the Danish shipping and container company Mærsk being one of the biggest in the world. Stories of wars and peace, of mighty kings and queens, who eventually gave up their power, making way for democracy and one of the richest welfare societies in the world. I love to use all my experience and knowledge as a journalist to introduce foreigners to these fascinating stories and all the remarkable sights in Copenhagen, they are connected to. I lived 30 years in the neighbourhood of Copenhagen called 'Nørrebro', a multicultural and very lively part of Copenhagen, but know all of the city and surrounding country very well.
A Recent Review of this guide
We were picked up at the Admiral Hotel on time and travelled the Northern route by the sea to our first castle. This was also my first view of Sweden. Seems the castle was the toll both for ships passing between the North Sea and the Baltic. We then opted for a traditional Danish lunch which was so delicious. Although I'm allergic to fish I got to see the herring smorgasbord. I did try the local schnapps. After lunch we toured our second castle. Anders was a fantastic guide. We learned alot
Special courses in guiding spanish speaking cruise ship passengers on city tours in Copenhagen and surrounding country.
Cursos especiales para guiar a turistas hispanohablantes en Copenhague y los alrededores.