Tours: Walking, the Best Way to See Europe
Who can show a tourist around a city better than a local? On the Antwerp Locals Welcome You tour, local Antwerpens take guests to some of the most famous sights in the city, including the Grote Market and the Cathedral of Our Lady. Tour guides will also take guests to the pedestrian tunnel under the Scheldt and into St. Charles Borromeo’s Church.
During this four-hour Berlin Highlights and Hidden Sites Historical Walking Tour, guests will see remnants of World War II and the Cold War. The tour shows the German Parliament building, which opened in 1894, as well as Hitler’s former bunker. Guests learn
about the division of Berlin into West and East during the Cold War, with the chance to see the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie, an infamous crossing point.
When in Copenhagen, take the Walk in the Footsteps of Hans Christian Andersen tour through the historic Danish city. The walking tour takes you through forgotten, crooked roads, back alleys and in and out of churches and past important monuments that make Copenhagen the city of old world charm. Locals guide the tour, so be prepared to see some of the hippest and most ‘in’ places to see and eat. This tour will take you past Tivoli Gardens, Statue of Hans Christian Andersen, Copenhagen City Hall and The Round Tower, to name a few of the sights.
The Stockholm Panoramic Sightseeing Tour offers guests magnificent views of the capital from different vantage points, including lovely Fjallgatan street. The 90-minute tour is conducted on an air-conditioned coach bus; particularly helpful during the city’s
warm summers. The tour promises guests a chance to see some of Stockholm’s most famous buildings and great panoramic views of the majestic metropolis.