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Explore Denmark

See the land of bicycles and the Little Mermaid. Although small in size, Denmark has plenty to offer to its visitors. This Scandinavian country is great for those looking for cultural sights, entertainment, and outdoor activities. It’s also a great starting point if you want to travel further to Sweden (via the Øresund Bridge) or Germany. 

 

Experience Copenhagen

Not surprisingly, when deciding to visit Denmark, Copenhagen should be at the top of your list. Filled to the brim with museums and historic architecture, the country’s capital does not disappoint. Charlottenborg, Nyhavn, Tivoli Gardens, Rosenborg Castle, and the City Hall are just some of the popular sights. The sculpture of the Little Mermaid, Copenhagen’s symbol, is another must-see for most tourists. Apart from its heritage, Copenhagen is also known for its music, beer, and hippie scene. Here you can visit an old Carlsberg brewery or the anarchist neighborhood Freetown Christiania.

The best way to see the Danish capital is on a bike and you can do it with MrShuttle. Check out this 1.5-hour bike tour of Copenhagen’s highlights. And if you’re a foodie, perhaps this 3-hour Culinary bike tour of Copenhagen will strike your fancy.

More than Copenhagen

Yes, Copenhagen is the place you shouldn’t miss while in Denmark, but there are also other places worth a visit. 

From Copenhagen, you can easily visit castle towns like Helsingor. Here you can see the castle that Shakespeare chose as the setting of Hamlet. 

The country’s second-largest city, Aarhus, invites with a charming Latin Quarter, cute streets, and interesting museums, such as the ARoS Museum of Modern Art and the Moesgaard Museum (MOMU).

Families and fans of Lego should check out the LEGOLAND® in Billund, one of the most popular theme parks in Europe located in the place where these little blocks originated. 

 

 

Odense, Denmark’s third-largest city is mainly known as the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen, but it also charms with picturesque views and the Egeskov Castle. 

Finally, if you’re looking for stunning sights and nature, consider a trip to Mons Klint. Apart from dramatic views of the white chalk cliffs, this place offers opportunities to hike and cycle. 

What’s the best time to visit Denmark

If you want to enjoy outdoor activities and a lot of daylight, visiting Denmark in the summer is the safest choice. However, winter can also be a nice time to visit if you’re looking for a white wonderland and charming Christmas markets.

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