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Small-Group Vesterbro Beer and Culture Walking Tour in Copenhagen

Highlights
  • Insider's tales of the history of the Vesterbro neighborhood
  • Stop at the only local establishments dating back from the early days
  • Craft beer tasting of locally produced brews
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Small-Group Vesterbro Beer and Culture Walking Tour in Copenhagen
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Small-Group Vesterbro Beer and Culture Walking Tour in Copenhagen
US$80.60
Overview
Get an insider's take on Copenhagen's trendy Vesterbro neighborhood on this guided tour. Learn the neighborhood's origins and history, including its famous stint as a red-light district, as you explore on foot. With a small group, you'll stroll through a leafy city park and stop to sample some local craft beer. Come away with an idea of which bars, restaurants, and boutiques you'd like to return to during your stay.
What to Expect
Meet your guide and small group of just 12 people at Copenhagen's central train station, an easy walk to the Vesterbro neighborhood. Set off on foot as your guide provides commentary on the neighborhood, which was a vice-filled red-light district in the 1960s.

See for yourself how it has changed—now chock-full of trendy restaurants, bars, and boutiques. Stop at one of the bodegas dating back from the early days, still standing and very important to the locals. Have a beer there and then make your way up one of the most famous streets in Denmark, hearing tales and folklore of the neighborhood—things you probably wouldn't learn if you were exploring on your own.

Pass through a lovely local park to a Danish-Texan brewpub that’s beloved by the locals. Say goodbye to your guide and group, but not without some recommendations on where to explore further in the neighborhood.
Reviews (37)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Vice and Vesterbro

The best tour one could imagine. Jens's knowledge and experience of the neighborhood was excellent. His stories about the history added such a dimension to our tour. Each corner and street showed us so many interesting places that we surely would have missed without him...More

Thank cblax87
Reviewed 1 week ago
Awesome experience

We landed in Copenhagen looking to explore and understand as much as possible in a very short time. Me and my husband really love urban culture, street art and...well beeer! Having Jam as our guide was the highlight of our stay, he took us to...More

Thank Dana_S00
Reviewed September 11, 2018
Tourist at home in the best way!

Living in Copenhagen i rarely actually tour my own city. A colleague and I participated in the Vesterbro beer tour after work and it was a wonderful experience. We both learned new things and places, had interesting conversations with the other guests and enjoyed delicious...More

1  Thank Maneck N
Reviewed August 21, 2018
Beer and History....a perfect fit!!

We were lucky, it was just Morten and the two of us on a great stroll through the revitalized Vestebro area. He did an excellent job of telling us the history and how the changes in the area have impacted the people, buildings, and atmosphere....More

Thank gvanaalsburg
Reviewed July 1, 2018
Incredible tour – bites, sights and aperitivo.

This tour was marvellous! Huge commendations to Mie for showing us some beautiful gems in Copenhagen that we would have never found otherwise. I would highly recommend this tour if you’re a foodie and are looking to expand your food horizons and explore the city...More

Thank chicamus
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July 21, 2018|
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Response from Jennifer H | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I was just a participant in the tour, I didn’t run the tour. We did get to go to two craft breweries and one bar that’s the oldest bar in Copenhagen, I believe. But no, it’s not brewery-hopping, which is what I thought... More
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April 25, 2018|
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