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Elite Recommends – Copenhagen’s Ultimate VIP Experiences

By admin |  September 5 2007


Canel trip

Canel trip

Elite Traveler has selected the most exclusive VIP experiences for your stay in Copenhagen

DAYTRIP TO SWEDEN WITH DANISH FLY

HELSINGBORG, SWEDEN

Since Sweden is only a few miles across the Sound (roughly 16 miles from Copenhagen), it would be a shame not to visit this fascinating country.

Many tour operators offer trips to Sweden, but for elite travelers, taking a helicopter is the only way to go. Danish Fly is a small company with a selection of helicopters that have been flying wealthy visitors around Denmark since 2006. Elite Traveler suggests you take the route through the Swedish towns of Helsingborg and Malmö; of course, if you have more time, you may wish to fly further into Sweden and explore more of this beautiful country. Helsingborg, one of the oldest cities in Sweden, is just 2.5 miles from the Danish city of Helsingor and is a wonderful mix of picturesque architecture and modern sophistication. There are plenty of beautiful gardens and beaches to enjoy, before heading off to Malmö. With its collection of art galleries, fine dining and unusual architecture, Malmö is one of Sweden’s most vibrant and multicultural cities and is an attractive place to spend a few hours, before flying back over the impressive Öresund bridge to Copenhagen.

John Martin Winther Andersen, Manager

+45 51 23 4444

Kastelsvej 1, 1100 Copenhagen

www.danishfly.dk

 

DFDS CANAL

Canel trip

Copenhagen’s canals offer a beautiful way to see the city, and with many of the Danish capital’s finest sights located near the water, a boat trip offers one of the best ways to take in the captivating architecture of towns like Christianshavn or Frederiksholm.

The only thing that could top this experience is the chance to savor some quality Danish cuisine, now highly regarded thanks to the work of restaurants like Noma (voted The World’s Best Restaurant in 2010 and 2011). So this is exactly what DFDS Canal Tours have done: combine fantastic food with their canal cruises and created a trip worthy of elite travelers. Menu options range from a light snack with champagne to a full three-course meal, and the boats can hold up to 66 guests. And if you’re feeling particularly romantic, you may hire the boat out exclusively for you and your partner.

Henning Schiøtt, Sales Manager

+45 32 96 3000

Trangravsvej 13, 1436 Copenhagen

www.canaltours.com

 

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