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Nordic Noir Tours

Follow in the footsteps of Sarah Lund, Birgitte Nyborg, or Saga Norén from the popular crime TV series The Killing, Borgen, and The Bridge around Copenhagen with Nordic Noir Tours.

Discover the dark side of Copenhagen and the film locations used in The Killing, Borgen, and The Bridge. Hear stories about the TV series and explore some hidden and interesting spots in the Danish capital.

You can go on the open 'The Killing/The Bridge' tour every Saturday. No pre-booking is necessary for the open tour, which starts from Vesterport Station at 16:00 and costs DKK 150. The tours are always in English and last about an hour and a half to two hours.

If you pre-book the tour, you get the tour at a discounted rate of DKK 100 if you do pre-book. Pre-booking can be done via email or the contact form on the website.

The tours take place no matter what the weather conditions are, as long as it is safe to be outside. You could say that a grey sky and rain even adds to the Nordic Noir experience.

Get the T-shirt

If you are a real Scandicrime fan, get the t-shirt to prove it. Nordic Noir Tours t-shits cost DKK 150. Your guide usually brings a couple, but to be sure to get one - and in the right size - it is best to order it before the tour, and then your guide will bring it in the right size.


Private tours

The 'Borgen' tour is a 1,5-hour private tour and costs DKK 800 for 1-2 persons. For 3 people, the price is 250 per person and for 4+ groups, the price is DKK 200 per person.

Private tours can also be customized to your wishes. It is possible to make a combination tour of different series and adjust the length of the tour. You can also go for the full Nordic Noir tour and see the places connected to The Killing, Borgen, and The Bridge.

You can even include a drink or lunch – perhaps you can sit at the same spot Sarah Lund shared a meal with Troels Hartmann. Prices depend on your group size and tour length. Please contact Nordic Noir Tours for more information.

Private tours can be conducted in English, Danish, and Dutch.