Denmark Tourism

Denmark is Scandinavia’s greatest little kingdom. Denmark is southwest of Sweden and south of Norway, and bordered to the south by Germany. It’s known as the happiest place on earth. There’s a lot to see and a lot to do in Denmark. You don’t want to miss the opportunity to visit this wonderful place.

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. It’s a rich city. You can see the history such as the remains of a 1,000-year-old castle, and museums dedicated to the notorious raiders. Copenhagen is blended with both modern architecture and historical artifacts. The Round Tower is a wonderful 17thcentury architecture. Art galleries, narrow streets, canals, parks, and Baroque churches round out the city’s cultural attractions.One of the most famous in Copenhagen is Tivoli Gardens. You’ll find a huge range of attractions including a roller coaster, roundabouts, puppet theaters, restaurants, cafes, gardens, food pavilions, and even a Moorish-styled concert hall. Tivoli is a true symbol of Copenhagen. Fireworksat night in summer and it becomes colorful with various color lighting for the Christmas season in winter. You can catch free rock concerts on Friday nights.When you are in Copenhagen, you must visit the nearby Kronborg Castle in Helsingrwhich famous for its association with Shakespeare’s Hamlet. On the tiny island of Slotsholmen in the center of Copenhagen, you’ll find the Danish seat of government. It’s containing more than 800 years of history. A ten-minute stroll from Tivoli Gardens leads to the National Museum, which delves into Danish history and culture. The National Gallery of Denmark houses the country’s largest collection of Danish art.The star of countless images and postcards of the city, Nyhavn is a great place to stroll or grab a slice of Copenhagen cafe culture. Located to the rear of Amalienborg Palace. You can spend a lot of time in Copenhagen because it has lot of things to offer. Fairy-tale Egeskov Castle lies in a beautiful setting less than 30 minutes’ drive from Odenseand is the best preserved moat-castle in Europe. See the mind blowing Renaissance structure which was built in 1554 for defense purposes. If you’re in Denmark, you can’t forget Hans Christian Andersen. His fairy tales and stories made on Danish society.Move on to Faroe Islands to exploit marine life including seals, whales, and many species of fish. The bird lovers can enjoy some of the 300-plus species including puffins and guillemots. A boat trip to the Vestmanna bird cliffs is a highlight. The Faroe Islands also boast a lively music scene with many festivals in the summer. Jutland and Zealand are major tourist attraction. The beauty of these places are truly amazing. You get to realize both wildlife and history. There’s a lot to visit in Denmark.

You always get to do some interesting activities in Denmark. In Denmark you can dive with sharks, get lost in a crowd of Santa Clauses and hike up one of Europe’s biggest sand dunes. Take in unbroken 360 degree views of Aarhus from the easily recognizable rainbow rooftop at Aros Art Museum. Climb a sand mountain in North Jutland is fun. Run 5km with thousands of other happy folks whilst being pelted with all the colors of the rainbow in Copenhagen. You can also do many things there.

Denmark gives you some experiences to remember forever. It’s poured with nature, art, history. You can enjoy the life in Denmark. Surely a place you should go and explore.