This scenic tour will take you to Dragoer, one of Denmark’s oldest and quaintest fishing villages. Follow your guide on a leisurely stroll through the narrow cobblestone streets of this historic village to the quiet harbor, where the clear waters of the Baltic Sea invite you dip a toe in. This exceptionally well-preserved town owes its lovely ambiance to the fact that conservation work was started very early here—in 1934. In 1978, Dragoer became Denmark’s first pedestrian-only town. After your guided tour, take advantage of some free time to explore the village on your own, or perhaps to visit some of the small handicraft shops that line the main street. One of the highlights of the tour is the fantastic view of the Oresund Bridge connecting Denmark and Sweden—a stunning juxtaposition of old and new. Coffee or tea and a Danish pastry will be served at the waterfront hotel before you return to Copenhagen and the ship.
Participants must be able to walk for about an hour on uneven surfaces and cobblestones.