Come along and explore the green and sustainable Copenhagen with us!


What we do

Green Bike Tours plans and organizes tours with a focus on green solutions and sustainability in Copenhagen.

This is our field of work and what we know a lot about, and we’re all very dedicated in delivering the stories the best possible way!

We have tours for individuals as well as Groups.


We can all contribute to a better, greener world by taking responsible decisions and actions when it comes to energy solutions and sustainability.

Denmark is a flagship concerning green solutions and my vision with Green Bike Tours is to open peoples eyes to green solutions, and help them experience the green Denmark, hopefully inspiring a change for the better.

It is important to make an appeal to all people to become conscious about their own carbon footprint. We all have a responsibility for our planet and our future.

Our history


Founded by Helene in 2012

First trip!

Was for a group who wanted to learn about Copenhagen’s plan to be carbon neutral by 2025

New trips 2016

We have created new cool tours for everybody to join by bike


Our new website and booking calendar is up and running

Who we are

Helene Hjortlund
Green Bike Tours is founded by Helene Hjortlund, who takes a great interest in energy and green solutions and prior to this worked for 8 years as a communications advisor and manager in the energy business. She was also the Managing Director of Green Seminars that offered strategic learning to foreign cities to enable them to accelerate their city’s transition to green economy.

She has a master in italian and is an authorised guide with diploma.

Léa Severino

Léa is a green guide. Her favourite green place in Copenhagen is the old greenhouse in the Botanical Garden. Peaceful, luxuriant and warm, this great construction from the 19th century is the dream place to read a book or quietly wander. The first thing Léa did when she moved to Copenhagen was to build her own bike from scratch. Since that day, Léa and her beloved bicycle have never left each other; from morning to evening, they keep on exploring the beauties of amazing Copenhagen together. They are both very excited to meet newcomers and take them for a ride, share with them all the secrets of the green capital.

Silvia Pugliese

Silvia is a green guide. Her favourite green site in Copenhagen is Middelgrunden wind farm, which provides sustainable wind energy to the city, located just outside the northern harbour. She is enthusiastic and proud to be a green guide: her dream is to get everyone inspired just like she was, when she saw those wind turbines standing out from Copenhagen landscape for the very first time.

Karla Nüsing

Karla is a green guide. She got to know the green Copenhagen, right from the beginning, when she arrived in Denmark from Germany, and now she wants to open people’s eyes and help them discover the green Copenhagen. She grew up in a bicycle city and for her, a day without riding her bike is not a complete day. Her favorite spot in Copenhagen is the green roof at Rigsarkivet because you can bike here! 

Anton Wrisberg

Anton is a green guide. Growing up in Copenhagen, Anton has always  taken for granted all the green and sustainable initiatives surrounding his everyday life. However, by living with international students, he has come to realise that what we have is unique.

Through his expatriation in Amsterdam and Brisbane he knows that one has to live in and not just visit a city to truly understand it. It is this knowledge about the green Copenhagen that he has been looking forward to sharing with people visiting his beloved city. He is especially looking forward to letting you in on a few secrets of how to get the most out of the sustainable Copenhagen as a student!

Josefine Wulffeld

Josefine is a green guide. She lives in Copenhagen, and loves to experience and share the city’s many green initiatives. On a daily basis she is part of the danish bicycle-culture, and doesn’t go anywhere without her bike. She enjoys spending time in the green areas of the city, eating dinner from foodtrucks or markets and discovering new interesting places. For her, Copenhagen is the perfect combination of cityvibe and green experience.

Michel Steinecke

Michel is a green guide. Besides his master in Sustainable Design, he decided to come to Copenhagen to experience a truly sustainable city. Michel is passionate about sustainability, urban mobility and education and he has being engaged in such activities since 2011. He lived in a sustainable farm in Israel studying permaculture, studied environmental management in São Paulo and he worked for almost five years as a sustainability consultant. Michel was born in São Paulo, Brazil and he was used to commute to work with his bike there, biking in Copenhagen now is a delightful pleasure for him. His favorite spot in Copenhagen is the bike snake.