National Museum – Old Colonial Harbor – Greenlandic tapas at Katuaq – Kaffemik
Duration: 4 Hours
Number of participants: Minimum 4 people
Season: All year round
Price: DKK 800,- per person – (Same price for children, 2-11 Years old) – Infants for free
Meeting Point: Tupilak Travel office, at Imaneq 18
The guided tour starts at the National Museum. Here you find artifacts from all periods and civilizations in Greenland. After approx. ½ hour the walk starts in the colonial harbor where the houses stand like when they were built 2 to 300 years ago. We pass old whale blubber process equipment, Hans Egedes House, the sculpture of “The mother of the sea” in the tide zone and the stature of Hans Egede by the old church.
On to the open-air market where newly caught fish, seal and reindeer are sold. Next the walk takes us past the Greenlandic Parliament to the culture center Katuaq in the middle of town. In this beautiful building local artist often exhibit during summer.
In the café at Katuaq, Cafétuaq, Greenlandic tapas are now served. The plate contains tastings of different kinds of dried fish and meat, along with shrimps, scallops and other local quality food products.
After the tasting the walk continues app. 10 to 15 minutes to a local family for Kaffe-mik. Here coffee and cakes are served, and the hostess is ready to answer all your questions. After the Kaffe-mik we go back to the center of town where there are good shopping possibilities.
- English/Danish/Greenlandic speaking guide
- Entrance to museum and Tapas at Cultural House, Katuaq,
- Coffee and cake at Kaffe-mik
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