We arrive in Copenhagen on the 25th of June, in the early afternoon and will be sailing out on the evening of the 28th.
The cruise offers a choice on the 28th between a 6 1/2 hour tour of Frederiksborg and Kronborg castles, or a 4 hour tour of the Viking museum and Cathedral.
I am wondering about paid guided tours, Vs ship tours, Vs doing it ourselves.
Maybe setting out from the hotel on the 26th to do as described in another Rick Steves post at 8:30 AM - 6PM and do the Cathedral, Viking Museum, but instead of the Frederiksborg castle, maybe do the National museum. then take the ship tour of the two castles on the 28th?
We also want to do the Viking boat sailing out of the Viking museum. (80 minutes) but the ship tour would not accommodate this
If I had to choose one for the guided ship tour, should I do the castles with the guided tour and then the viking museum and cathedral on our own another day and add the National Museum?
the 27th is check in on the cruise and settling on on the cruise. with some flexibility and no "planed" excursions.
ANy ideas, suggestions?