October 16th to 22nd, 2016

We’re trying something a little different this time around. In the true Scandinavian spirit, we are offering a ‘smorgasbord’ that offers a choice a 4 night/5 day ‘taste’ of Copenhagen or a full 7 day/6 night week of experiences.The reason? Two sides of the same coin—sometimes getting away for a whole week is just too hard.  Then again once you do manage to break out some time—why not make the most of it?  Come to Berlin--and stay for Copenhagen!  There is no wrong choice on this one.And why Copenhagen? Oh, there are many, many, many reasons...for just a few...


October 16th to 20th


 4 night/5 day includes 4 nights accommodation, 4 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 1 light afternoon meal, 2 dinners, all trip-related expenses such as transportation guides and admissions.  Excludes airfare and alcoholic beverages.


October 16th to 22nd


6 night/7 day includes 7 nights accommodation, 6 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 1 light afternoon meal, 3 dinners, all trip-related expenses such as transportation guides and admissions. Excludes airfare and alcoholic beverage

Accommodations :: The Admiral

 Sunday, October 16th

Tour begins middayArchitectural Boat Tour through the Canals

What better way to get to know this picturesque city by the sea than this excellent guided introduction  

Fru Nimb

We end our afternoon at Fru Nimb for a very Danish variation on high tea--open faced sandwiches, house-made snaps--and tea, of course!

 Monday, October 17th

Walking Tour

We get the lay of the historical, architectural and cultural land in an expertly guided tour through Copenhagen’s historic center

Lunch :: Cafe Victor

A seen and be seen charmer, Café Victor offers French bistro fare with a Nordic twist

Rosenborg Palace and Gardens 

One of the great sites of Denmark, Rosenborg Castle was built in 1606 as a royal summerhouse and it is now considered an outstanding example of the style of that era.  In addition to it’s many period treasures, it houses the Crown Jewels of Denmark and a vast collection of Royal archives including the Throne Chair of Denmark and Royal regalia

Frederiksborg Palace and Gardens

Elegant and beautifully preserved, Frederiksborg Slot is a palatial complex on the outskirts of Copenhagen. Situated on three islets in the Slotssøen (castle lake), it is adjoined by a large formal garden in the Baroque style.

Dinner: Uformel

Michelin-starred BFormel’s  ‘cool edgy and drop dead gorgeous younger brother’--

so the perfect introduction to convivial and delicious New Nordic dining

Tuesday, October 18th

Design Museum of Denmark

Housed in a stately 18th building, the museum has the largest and most important collection of Danish design in the world

Lunch ::  Cafe Dan Turrell

A cultural institution and a café in one and named in honor of the late Danish poet and former patron, Dan Turrell

National Museum 

The collection houses a rich and varied selection of art - ranging from the European classics of the Renaissance to international masterworks of modern and contemporary art.  The museum is also renowned for both it's matchless collection of art of the Danish Golden Age as well as its comprehensive collection of Danish contemporary art.   The building itself is a splendid example of contemporary international architecture

 The Cisternernes

A vast underground complex originally built in the 1850’s for municipal water storage, today The Cisterns house the Museum of Modern Glass Art as well as temporary exhibition spaces and a concert venue


New Nordic cuisine and design—Höst has been winning awards for both since it burst onto the Copenhagen scene in 2013

Wednesday, October 19th

Day Trip

Louisiana Museum of Art

We dedicated a whole day to this extraordinary museum an hour north of Copenhagen.  There is that much to see and do--and all of it pure pleasure.  Highlights include an extraordinary permanent collection as well as upcoming temporary exhibitions at the time of our visit which include a major retrospective on Louise Bourgeoius and an exhibition of work by German artist Daniel Richter.  Then there are the grounds--the property is a perfectly manicured sculpture garden running along the edge of the sea.  All in all an experience not to be missed or rushed!

 Optional DINNER:: Den Rode Cottage

This cottage in the woods is farm to table meets Michelin star –in short--fabulous!

Thursday, October 20th   

We bid farewell to those who have opted for 'a taste of Copenhagen' as their portion of the trip ends at breakfast. For those of us who are staying on we commence another busy day!

Studio Visits

Often the highlight of our trips, we visit contemporary artists in their ‘natural habitats’

Lunch :: Musling

Gallery Visits

Copenhagen is as rich in fine contemporary art galleries as it is in museums 

Nicolai Wallner Galleri


Christoffer Egelund

David Risley Gallery

Peter Lav Galleri


Dinner ::  Open

Friday, October 21st  

Kunsthal Charlottenborg

Set in a stunning 17th-century baroque palace, Kunsthal Charlottenborg is Copenhagen’s largest space dedicated wholly to contemporary art. 



Lunch is ‘self-guided’ in this fabulous food hall that is culinary heart and soul of the city

Free Afternoon

[Just a few ideas should you need them!

Georg JensenRoyal CopenhagenIllums Bolighus...]


Dinner :: Fiskebar

We celebrate our last night in style at one Copenhagen's best


Saturday, October 22nd

Tour ends at breakfast

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