[frequently asked questions]


Why [time change] Nordics?

As your local, reliable partner, we can guarantee a better program than you could have thought of yourself. Our exclusive agreements with several attractions, venues and transportation providers will bring your events to the next level at the most competitive rates.


Do you sell cruises?

That would be so much fun! But no, we do not sell cruises. We are a handler for cruise lines in the Nordic region. This means we organize the shore excursions, transfers and other services that the cruise lines request from us.


I am planning on organizing an event, can you help me out all over the Nordics?

Of course, we can help you out! Please send an e-mail to stuff@time-change.dk with your enquiry and we will get back to you as soon as possible.



Can you organise tours that are sustainable and environmentally friendly in the Nordics? There are countless green options for tours; we can take you to many places without leaving many footprints.



Oh Yes and also Si, oui and ja! We are part of a dynamic and innovative network throughout Europe, we have the connections to help you out wherever needed, not only in the Nordics.


How about different languages?

Many of our team are real polyglots! Our guides in our guide pool speak many different languages. The most common languages are English, German, French, Spanish and Italian, but we dont stop there. Talk to us, we will understand.

I want to be part of the team

I am a guide or host. Can I work for [time change] nordics?

We are always looking for smart dynamic and hands on people to assist with both our cruise and events programmes as well as our guide pool. Please send your resume to stuff@time-change.dk. We will contact you for a meeting.

Office Hours

What are your opening hours?

Monday to Friday from 09:00 until 17:00. But you can of course reach us for urgent matters on our emergency phone outside of office hours.

Why Grafitti?

Why Grafitti Style?

Edgy? Urban? Guerilla? Creative? Grafitti is from the Italian word graffiato (“scratched”). “Graffiti” is applied in art history to works of art produced by scratching a design into a surface. At  Time change we want to get below the surface, beyond the superficial.