Meet your local guide and group near Nyboder, a neighborhood chock-full of 17th-century yellow houses. Walk down small streets you may not have found otherwise, listening to commentary on the concept of hygge, a quality important to Danish culture.
Stop at an organic bakery for a typical Danish pastry, and then head for Rosenborg Palace Gardens (Kongens Have), also known as the Kings Garden. There, explore the quaint space and hear how it became one of the first public parks in the world.
Wander down some of the citys oldest streets and stop at an organic chocolate shop for a mouth-watering chocolate tasting of its homemade sweets.
Cross the popular pedestrian street, Strget, lined with elements of Danish design that typify hygge and happiness.
Be prepared to be in a state of awe as you learn about Danish government at the parliament situated in Christiansborg Palace and hear how the country is influenced by hygge as well as understand how the welfare state contribute to Danes being among the happiest people in the world.
Wander through a hidden quaint lush green garden at the Royal Library before finishing up in a local cafe with a better understanding of hygge and happiness in all its forms.
The tour ends in central Copenhagen close to the City Hall.