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Tailor-Made Tours To DENMARK

Tailor-Made Tours To Denmark – It’s heart-warming to know there’s still a country where the term ‘fairy tale’ can be used freely – from its most enduring literary legacy to its textbook castles. In a nutshell, Denmark gets it right: old-fashioned charm embraces the most avowedly forward-looking design and social developments, and wins it a regular chart-topping place on lists of both the most-liveable and the happiest nations on earth. Its egalitarian spirit embraces visitors too – you won’t have to search hard to find some much-priced hygge. This means social nirvana in Denmark: a sense of cosiness, camaraderie and contentment. Sure, Denmark may not have the stop-you-in-your-tracks natural grandeur of its neighbours, but after one visit (and a taste of hygge) you may start plotting to move here for good.

Best time to visit in Denmark

May to September

Best time to visit in Denmark

May to September

Places to visit in Denmark

  • The world in miniature at plastic-fantastic Legoland.
  • Charming cobblestoned streets in Ribe, Denmark’s oldest town.
  • Danish style personified in the streets, stores and eateries of Copenhagen
  • Viking history up close and personal at Roskilde’s Viking Ship Museum
  • The gleaming white chalk cliffs of Mons Klint

Places to visit in Denmark

  • The world in miniature at plastic-fantastic Legoland.
  • Charming cobblestoned streets in Ribe , Denmark’s oldest town.
  • Danish style personified in the streets , stores and eateries of Copenhagen
  • Viking history up close and personal at Roskilde’s Viking Ship Museum
  • The gleaming white chalk cliffs of Mons Klint

Top things to do in Denmark

  • Escape to the beaches and bike lanes of the island of Bornholm
  • Stand with one foot in the Skagerrak (North Sea), the other in the Kattegat (Baltic Sea), at postcard-pretty Skagen
  • Join 80, 000 others at the Roskilde Festival, northern Europe’s biggest rock event
  • Dine in one of Copenhagen’s foodie hot spots – restaurants here have as many Michelin stars as Madrid or Rome

Top things to do in Denmark

  • Escape to the beaches and bike lanes of the island of Bornholm
  • Stand with one foot in the Skagerrak (North Sea), the other in the Kattegat (Baltic Sea), at postcard-pretty Skagen
  • Join 80,000 others at the Roskilde Festival, northern Europe’s biggest rock event
  • Dine in one of Copenhagen’s foodie hot spots – restaurants here have as many Michelin stars as Madrid or Rome

Discover Denmark

  • Read Miss Smilla’s Feeling for Snow by Peter Hoeg; Karen Blixen’s Out of Africa (written under the pen-name Isak Dinesen), or, for a change of pace, Kierkegaard’s philosophical works or Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales.
  • Listen to old-school Euro-rock from D-A-D, indie rockers Veto, or chanteuse Aura.
  • Watch Academy Award winners Babette’s Feast and Pelle the Conqueror, After the Wedding, anything directed by enfant terrible Lars von Trier.
  • Eat smorrebrod (open-faced sandwich), frikadeller (Danish meatballs), sild (pickled herring), and of course Danish pastries, known locally as wienerbrod (Vienna bread).
  • Drink ol (beer – the biggies are Carlsberg and Tuborg), or akvavit (schnapps).

Discover Denmark

  • Read Miss Smilla’s Feeling for Snow by Peter Hoeg; Karen Blixen’s Out of Africa (written under the pen-name Isak Dinesen) , or , for a change of pace, Kierkegaard’s philosophical works or Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales.
  • Listen to old-school Euro-rock from D-A-D , indie rockers Veto , or chanteuse Aura.
  • Watch Academy Award winners Babette’s Feast and Pelle the Conqueror , After the Wedding , anything directed by enfant terrible Lars von Trier.
  • Eat smorrebrod (open-faced sandwich), frikadeller (Danish meatballs) , sild (pickled herring) , and of course Danish pastries , known locally as wienerbrod (Vienna bread).
  • Drink ol (beer – the biggies are Carlsberg and Tuborg) , or akvavit (schnapps).

Demark Highlights

Beer, furniture design from the likes of Arne Jacobsen and Hans Wegner, Hans Christian Andersen fairy tales, Lego, the Little Mermaid, Vikings

Demark Highlights

Beer , furniture design from the likes of Arne Jacobsen and Hans Wegner , Hans Christian Andersen fairy tales , Lego , the Little Mermaid , Vikings

One word for Denmark Tourism

Det var hyggeligt! (That was cosy!)

One word for Denmark Tourism

Det var hyggeligt! (That was cosy!)
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