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Holidays to Denmark

Denmark - the explorer's paradise.

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Denmark at a Glance

Denmark is a country that contains many hidden gems – it is mostly famous for its capital city Copenhagen and what the city has to offer there, Hygge, and then you could also say it is well known for its fantastic TV series such as Borgen, The Killer, and The Bridge too! But beyond the capital and its award-winning drama series lies a variety of locations we want to help you to discover.

National parks, white sandy beaches, Michelin-starred restaurants, fascinating museums and history to uncover, and to add to all of that 444 islands to discover!

We think it is about time you discovered why this is the happiest nation in the world.

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Copenhagen

Access into Denmark is made easy with Copenhagen and it is the perfect spot to be based for a city escape, a stopover before perhaps going further afield in your adventure. The city is immersed with so much to do and what makes it even better is that it can truly cater to all types of experiences you might be looking to have.

For those who enjoy their food, Copenhagen is host to a wealth of restaurants and includes 23 Michelin Stars which is a truly remarkable achievement that would keep food enthusiasts particularly entertained.

Aside from the food, there is plenty of culture to discover along with some of the brilliant museums such as The Happiness Museum (find out why the Danish are the happiest nation in the world), Designmusuem Danmark, Arken Museum of Modern Art, and the National Museum of Denmark – to name a few!

If you are a family wanting to escape for a long weekend then the city can also offer plenty to keep everyone occupied – for a start, there is the city’s famous amusement park Tivoli Gardens which is the second oldest amusement park in the world – the first being Bakken which can also be discovered here. There are some great trips to see the city by bike, boat, or on foot too.

For those that love their Nordic TV shows and films, you can tread in the footsteps of Birgitte Nyborg from Borgen, dance where Mad Mikkelsen saw off Another Round, and marvel at the stunning Øresund Bridge so prominent in many series including The Bridge itself.

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Aarhus

Denmark’s second city Aarhus can be found on the east coast peninsula of Jutland. Despite being a city it is incredibly small which makes it incredibly easy to explore what is described as somewhere which has its history meets the modern world.

Besides the city, you have the woodland surrounding it in one direction, and in the other, you are greeted by its sandy coastline. There is a whole range of places to see and things to do in the beautiful part of Denmark.

There is the fascinating Den Uendelige Bro (translated as the Infinite Bridge), botanical gardens, museums, and for those food enthusiasts there are more Michelin-starred restaurants to discover.

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