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Crossing the Bridge-Dragør to Malmø- 2 countries in a day!

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Cleaning and safety practices

Personal safety equipment
Social distancing
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Highlights

  • Dragør, a pretty old fishing village

  • typical Danish houses and their well kept gardens

  • Øresund Bridge, foto stop

  • Malmøhus

  • Malmø in Sweden

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About this activity

What's included, what's not

  • What's included

    Coach Transportation

  • What's included

    Guiding

  • What's excluded

    Lunch

Know Before You Book

  • A reasonable amount of walking to the attractions.

  • Some good photo oppotunities, Øresund Bridge


What you can expect

We cross Copenhagen harbour and then travel into Orestad. The whole suburb is new with some of Denmark's best modern architecture. After telling the story of Orestad, we travel through Vest Amager, past family homes from the 1970s, standing on long, orderly streets. Then we enter the countryside, telling our visitors about the history of Kongenlund and why it was planted.

Coming to Dragor we talk about the history of this pretty fishing village, including its Dutch connections and encourage people to explore it. There is time here to eat, to walk down to the sea, to visit Dragor Fort and to do some shopping in the interesting little independent shops. After this and a photo-stop to get a picture of the Oresund Bridge, we travel around the side of Copenhagen Airport, telling the story of its history, from sheep eating the grass on the runway, to today's successful gateway to the world, that handles 29 million passengers per year.

Then we approach Broen, The Oresund Bridge, made famous by the television series of the same name. As we cross the Bridge, we tell the story of its construction and why there is a tunnel at the Danish end. We arrive on the Swedish side at Stenoren, an area made out of compressed rubbish and then go through passport control. On our right is Bunkeflo and we tell how this little village helped change Danes' perception of living in Malmo and working in Copenhagen, so boosting Malmo's income and regenerating an industrial city.

As we travel through Malmo's suburbs, we tell the city's story from the first settlements in the Stone Age, through the city's incorporation into Sweden and up to the present day's Region Skane. We drive past Malmohus, which is Malmo's Castle and dates back to the 1500s. You can do a filmed shot on your phone here, where you can pan from Malmohus, 180 degrees and then at the end of the shot, you see the Turning Torso, Malmo's skyscraper and Sweden's tallest inhabited building. We drop everyone at Stor Torget, Malmo's largest square, which dates back to the 1530s.

!!! PLEASE REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR PASSPORT !!!

Cleaning and safety practices

Enhanced cleanliness measures

  • High-touch surfaces cleaned and disinfected
  • Vehicles and venues kept vacant between travelers

Social distancing

  • Social distancing measures in place

Safety measures

  • Personal protective equipment worn by staff
  • Hand sanitizer provided

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Activity Location

  • 1 Marknadsplatsen
  • Malmø Skåne län 216 23

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • Hotel Astoria
  • 2 Banegårdspladsen
  • København 1570

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