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2.5-Hour Guided Walking Food Tour in Copenhagen

Highlights
  • Five food tastings give a comprehensive picture of Danish cuisine
  • Visit restaurants and shops you might not find on your own
  • Listen to food-focused commentary on Denmark's culinary history
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2.5-Hour Guided Walking Food Tour in Copenhagen
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Overview
Taste a diverse, authentic sampling of historic and modern Danish cuisine on this food and walking tour of Copenhagen. Follow a food-loving guide to five carefully curated stops for included tastings while listening to commentary on the roots of Danish cuisine and its modern iterations. Choosing where to eat in Copenhagen can be overwhelming, but this tour makes it easy to experience true Danish cuisine.
What to Expect
Meet your culinary guide and group of fellow food-lovers near the Danish capital’s Central Station in midafternoon. Be sure to arrive with your appetite intact; the carefully curated five tasting stops will add up to a meal.
Stroll down some of Copenhagen’s most bustling and picturesque streets, stopping at food venues that you may not have found on your own. Over the course of the five stops, taste foods representative of Copenhagen’s culinary roots and modern interpretations of traditional food. Along the way, listen to commentary from your guide on how the land, culture, agriculture, and climate has shaped the food scene. Those aged 18 or older will also enjoy a beer tasting.
End your tour with a great idea of where you'd like to go back and eat during the rest of your stay in Copenhagen.
Reviews (196)
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Highly recommend!

We loved our tour around Copenhagen! So much history, expertly interspersed with personal anecdotes and dry humour from our brilliant tour guide Martin. The first part of the tour is an hour and a half, with a well deserved half hour break before the final...More

1  Thank Tickle93
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Great walking a funny guy

I have tried the sandemann guided tour in Berlin, which was great, so I suggested my friend we should do it here too! It was a great choice, Martin (Little Martin) welcomed us all, and immediately made everybody welcome and like a group. This guy...More

1  Thank 415kristiana
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Great

Ash was really cool and even though he is not local, he put a lot of effort into understanding the history and the Danish way of life. I really enjoyed the tour and I thought the lame jokes weren't even that lame 😉 I would...More

Thank Mobile753528
Reviewed 1 week ago
Free walking tour Copenhagen with Ashton

Highly recommended. Ashton was amazing; friendly, knowledgable with a great and authentic presence. I then also joined the food tour (also with Ashton) which was also excellent.

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank oj_live
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Saturday afternoon food and drink tour

A must for anyone visiting Copenhagen. An absolutely delightful walk around this beautiful city interspersed with interesting and fact-filled stops at various pubs, restaurants and a hot-dog stand! Laura Bro was our guide and she certainly enhanced our experience no end! The biggest compliment for...More

1  Thank DennisHopkins
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devin m
February 17, 2019|
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Response from Emily K | Reviewed this property |
Tours are definitely larger than 5 people! Probably 15-18 per group, at the larger end. I would just book separately. :)
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RossF1016
February 5, 2019|
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Response from DennisHopkins | Reviewed this property |
We had a group member on our tour who was gluten-free and she was certainly catered by our tour guide and the various establishments we visited
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