What to Do in Copenhagen If You Have an Unlimited Budget

September 13, 2015, 2:00 PM UTC
Nyhavn in Copenhagen
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We asked Anders Ruggiero, concierge of the historic Hôtel d’Angleterre, to plan a single spectacular day in Copenhagen…

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1. Helicopter tour over Copenhagen

Our private car will take you to a helicopter landing, where you will depart for a one-hour sight-seeing flight that covers the main attractions, including the beautiful castles north of the city.

128100139 Panoramic view over the lake Sankt jorgens so, Copenhagen, Denmark.Photograph by Rune Johansen — Getty Images

2. Five-course gourmet lunch at Restaurant Studio

Then you will enjoy a five-course gourmet lunch near the harbor at Restaurant Studio by head chef Torsten Vildgaard, followed by a private yacht tour along the coastline toward Elsinore and Kronborg Castle.

Restaurant Studio head chef Torsten Vildgaard.Photograph by Signe Roderik

3. Private yacht tour by the Kronborg Castle

Kronborg CastleKronborg Castle (UNESCO World Heritage List, 2000), where Shakespeare set Hamlet, Elsinore, Denmark, 15th-17th century. Photograph by DeAgostini—Getty Images

4. Bike ride on Hven island

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5. Whiskey-tasting at the Backafallsbyn distillery

Stop along the way at Hven, an island in the strait between Denmark and Sweden, for a short bike ride to a distillery known for the best whiskey in Scandinavia.

Backafallsbyn distilleryCourtesy of Backafallsbyn distillery

6. Dinner at Sletten restaurant and yacht tour back to Copenhagen

Then onward to Elsinore for a private tour. On the way back to the city you will stop for dinner at Sletten, a restaurant located in Sletten Havn in Humlebaek. After dinner you will return to Copenhagen by yacht for evening refreshments.

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A version of this article appears in the September 1, 2015 issue of Fortune as a sidebar to the article “Black Book: See Copenhagen in a Day”