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Join me on a tour to share the secrets of Danish lifestyle, how we spend our time, and what we love to eat and drink.

Wonderful Copenhagen
Copenhagen is wonderful and charming and I am happy to welcome you to this BIG little city. Not too big, not too small. Everything is within walking distance, riding the bike or using public transportation. And that’s the way I would love to show you our city and lifestyle.

Is a city with a long history and many traditions, but at the same time we are a modern 21st century society. Danes love design, our monarchy, to go green and HYGGE, that funny thing all the world is talking about and we still do not really understand.
The city is a mix of new and old, it is formal and at the same time sassy.

Let me show you:
How we live, where we go, how we spend our time and what we love to eat and drink.
I can take you on a tasting tour, on a walking tour through the cultural Nørrebro, bike tours, give you a tour about The Danish Model or take you outside the city and spend a day like a Dane would do it.
Not to forget the icons of Copenhagen as the Little Mermaid among others.
There are so many options.

About me
I am an authorized guide from the University of Roskilde.
My background is though very mixed. I spent more than 20 years in Spain and I have been both employer and employee. Related to the tourist world I have worked as a guide, front desk employee and in incoming agencies, where I organized group roundtrips, student trips and city breaks for FIT’s (individual travelers) as well for VIP guests.

Please contact for more information.

Meet Lone:



It was such a pleasure meeting you and thank you for all your help and expertise last week.  We had a wonderful time!

Enjoy and hope our paths cross again!

Andrea Weyermann / Georgia State University

Thanks again for an incredible adventure in Copenhagen. Cheers!

R.K. Voung / Emory University Atlanta

Choose a tour

A good insight in Danish food habits and the new Nordic Food Wave.

Danish welfare system and the worker’s rights, includes the Worker Museum and the Parliament.

Spend a day like a Dane, excursion to a nature park, Danish lunch and of course “Bakken”.

Come along and enjoy the city riding a bike.

Earlier worker class district, multi ethnic and informal.

Old meat packers area, resistance groups WWII, 70’s underground world, hipster.

By car/bus and/or strolls, museums optional (2-5 hours). To all mayor sights.

Kronborg Castle (Hamlet) and the fabulous Maritime Museum or the palace of Frederiksborg.

Your wishes – your interests. Only your fantasy sets the limit.

Tour through this noble district, 19th century aristocracy, hidden spots, Danish lunch

17th -18th century, Danish colonies, great fortunes. Walking tour and the national museum.

Contact Lone

+45 51 22 75 22

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