Get a nerd’s view of Copenhagen.
In 2010 Nerd Tours started doing well researched historical city walks in
Copenhagen. The concept is seeing the places, getting real facts, looking at gritty details and having fun. My historical knowledge can perhaps transform the flat backdrop of yet another city into the wonderful, happy, liveable place it is to me.
Prices. Monday-Friday: 125 DKK pr. person, Saturday-Sunday: At least 1500 DKK, but with groups with 12 persons or more it’s just 125 DKK a person. If you insist paying in Euro or Dollars I charge a wee bit more: 20€ or $25 pr. person for the themed walks.
Groupsize: 1-35. Less than one is a bit boring. More than thirty five persons are more than I can gather and speak to. Anything in between is just perfect.
A specialized personal tour: Call or write a text or mail and we’ll figure something out. You might want to meet up in front of your hotel and returned to there, or have a thing for Søren Kierkegaard or whatever -I might be able to customize a tour suited to your interests. Copenhagen: Close up and personal.
You may also be interested in some historical background on Copenhagen. In that case scroll down, see the video and get a quick history lesson of Copenhagen – without any mentioning of all the kings Frederiks and Christians we have had.
More questions? FAQ might answer them.
Themed city walks
Copenhagen Explained – why Copenhagen ended up the way it is. Compare with your own city.
Copenhagen in a red light – about the legalization of pornographic material and same sex marriage.
Copenlady – the women’s city.
Frederiksstad tour – about the queen’s neighbourhood. Family friendly
In the Footsteps of Bohr and Ørsted – about two outstanding physicists. Family friendly.
Innovationtour – inspiration for innovation, outside and unplugged
Punchline – we are living in the most peaceful of all times. Yes.
The Stench in the City – when Copenhagen was a dirty smelly place. Family friendly.
The Happy Hour – see how and why and where Denmark is one of the world’s happiest countries.
UK in DK – traces of Great Britain in Copenhagen