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Things To Do In Denmark

  • Visit The Copenhagen Waterfront
  • Enjoy The LEGO Theme Park
  • Explore Randers Rainforest

Denmark Travel Information

   Denmark Travel Information

Denmark is the smallest of the Scandinavian countries neighboring Germany to the south, Sweden to the East, Norway to the North and the UK to the west.  Denmark is predominantly surrounded by sea with over 400 named islands and the Jutland peninsula is the only land connected to Europe through Germany.  Tourists are drawn to Denmark year after year to for its interesting Scandinavian culture, world class museums, 17th century architecture and island hopping.  Denmark offers something for everyone whether you are an avid culturalist and history enthusiast, enjoy Scandinavian cuisine, experience the fun pedestrian zones and exciting nightlife.

   Top Things To Do In Denmark

Denmark’s towns and cities are sophisticated and cosmopolitan, with much for the traveler to explore. Its capital is Copenhagen, the largest and most modern city in Denmark.  Copenhagen is home to many world class museums and its famous pedestrian zones where you can enjoy a stroll to the picturesque waterfronts and experience local cuisine at the many restaurants and cafes throughout the city especially in Stroget located in the heart of Copenhagen.  Another top attraction in Copenhagen is the Amalienborg Palace if you would like a taste of how the royal Danish family resides and the history of the palace with its beautiful museum.  For a nice day trip from Copenhagen, the Kronborg Castle is a must see with its famous Shakespeare's Hamlet performances during the summer months. You can take guided tours throughout the castle showcasing its baroque and renaissance rooms.  It has become a UNESCO World Heritage site with its fascinating history and myths. 

Another city to visit while traveling to Denmark is Aarhus which is approximately 3 hours away on the east coast of Jutland.  You may travel to Aarhus by car, bus, boat or even fly from the Copenhagen International Airport.  Local attractions to this charming city include the Iceberg Building, the Aros Art Museum and the wonderful Latin Quarter where you can enjoy some local flare and shopping.  Whether you fly to Denmark for business or pleasure, you are sure to have a great time in this fascinating country.