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Monday 25 April, 2022, 13:00-15:30

TOUR 1: City and harbour tour

01 Canal Tour 1 2

The City & Harbour Tour starts off by bus from Bella Center and finishes by canal boat. The coach will pass many major sights of Copenhagen, such as the National Gallery, the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, the magnificent Gefion Fountain and the famous square Kongens Nytorv. A pre-booked canal boat awaits to take you on a cruise through the bustling harbour of Copenhagen. From the boat you will enjoy the many wonderful towers and waterfront activities of the city. One of the great highlights is of course the Little Mermaid, a tribute to the fairy tale of Hans Christian Andersen. The cruise continues through the picturesque canals of Christianshavn, one of the oldest heritage quarters and to Frederiksholm, where historical buildings are to be enjoyed side by side with more modern architecture.

Price: DKK 500 / 67


Tuesday 26 April, 2022, 9:00-14:00 – including lunch

TOUR 2: Karen Blixen Museum and Louisiana art tour

02 Louisiana Rungstedlund

This tour will begin at Bella Center and proceed to Rungstedlund, which was the birthplace and family home of Karen Blixen. Here you will be able to see the authoress’ private rooms, where the vast majority of her novels and other works were written.
The tour will proceed to the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art which is located in northern Sealand with a panoramic view across the Oresund to Sweden. The museum frames the sculpture park facing the sea and the interaction between art, nature and architecture is unique and relaxing. Louisiana is an international museum with a stunning collection of modern art by many of the world's greatest artists. The museum's permanent collection includes more than 3.000 works and is one of the largest in Scandinavia. The tour includes a lunch package at Louisiana and ends at Bella Center.

Price: DKK 875 / 117 including lunch


Wednesday 27 April, 2022, 9:00-12.30 

TOUR 3: Walking tour in Copenhagen

03 Graabroedre Torv

We take the metro to Copenhagen City. Walking from the metro station, you will experience the charming street Pistolstræde and the Round Tower, which was built by King Christian IV between 1637 and 1642. The tour will continue to Gråbrødre Torv, an old charming square of Copenhagen with buildings in many colours. The tour also includes a view of Vor Frue Kirke which is the cathedral of Copenhagen. It is situated on Vor Frue Plads next to the main building of the University of Copenhagen. Further on we stop at the imposing Christiansborg, the seat of the Danish Parliament, and later we have lunch at restaurant “Maven”. The restaurant is located in the unique street “Strædet”, that offers an inspiring sense of slow-living with many quiet secluded cafés.

Price: DKK 400 / 54 including lunch


Thursday 28 April, 2022, 9:00-14:00

TOUR 4: Roskilde, Kings and Vikings Tour

04 Vikingeskibe Roskilde Domkirke

The ingredients of this tour are the tough, red bearded warriors and traders who maraudered, conquered and traded with most of maritime western Europe and their descendants, Royal or commoner. You will reach the shallow but sheltered Roskilde Fjord which was a favoured base for the Vikings. Follow the shore of the fjord to Roskilde, where you visit the Viking Ship Museum which houses the remains of 5 Viking ships salvaged from the bed of the fjord and painstakingly preserved. Near by the Museum, lunch will be served at The Restaurant ‘Snekken’. Afterwards a short drive will take you to the centre of Roskilde, for a visit to the twin-spired Cathedral: until the early 15th century, Roskilde was the capital of Denmark - proof of its strategic importance in the early Middle Ages - and all Danish monarchs were buried here. Although no longer the capital, Danish Kings and Queens are still laid to rest in Roskilde. The tour will also include a photo shoot of Kirkerup Church – a beautiful contrast to the big Cathedral. The tour ends at Bella Center.

Price: DKK 895 / 120 - including lunch

 

Thursday 28 April, 2022, 9:30-12:30

TOUR 5: The Open Air Museum

05 Frilandsmuseet

Around Denmark in a few hours - Experience Denmark as it was at the time of Hans Christian Andersen. The Open Air Museum north of Copenhagen is one of the largest and oldest in the world with more than 50 farms, mills and smallholders from 1650-1940. Visitors are invited inside the fully furnished buildings and their beautiful and lush historical gardens. The museum recreates scenes from daily life by reviving old work processes. The distance from the center of Copenhagen to Brede is 20 km.

Price: DKK 675 / € 90


Rules & Conditions for Tours:
All tours will start/end in front of Bella Center at the time mentioned on the ticket. You are kindly asked to announce your presence at least 10 minutes prior to the departure time. To board the bus you have to present a valid ticket, otherwise the tour guide is authorised to refuse admittance on the tour.
All prices are per person in DKK and include VAT, transporation, entries and an English speaking guide.
Cancellation of any tours must be made in writing and forwarded to DIS Congress Service at least 21 days prior to operation of tour. After this, no refund can be expected. A cancellation fee at 10% of the price applies for any cancellation.
The Congress Secretariat reserves the right to adjust or change the programme as necessary.
A minimum advance reservation for 20 persons per tour is required in order to guarantee operation. The Congress Secretariat reserves the right to cancel operation in the event of insufficient advance reservations. In the event that the Congress Secretariat cancels the tour full reimbursement will be made.
During transportation participants are insured according to Danish Legislation regarding Transportation Insurance, but should otherwise be covered by their personal travel and health insurance when not on the bus.