Places To Visit In Denmark

Denmark is one of the Scandinavian countries in Northern Europe, situated on the Jutland peninsula. It is an eco-friendly country, with a majority of its citizens owning a bicycle and about a third of the Danes commuting to work regularly on their cycles. Denmark ranked 2nd in the World’s Happiest Country Charts in the 2019 UN World Happiness Index. Denmark is an enchanting country to experience a mix of history, nature, culture, and delicious Nordic cuisine. Denmark is a must-visit due to its forward cultural and social identity and a beautiful blend of historical and modern architectural delights. It has superior health care facilities and education and is one of the most gender-equal countries in the world.

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Here are some must visit places in Denmark

Cycling tour of Copenhagen

Copenhagen is one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world. A local cycle tour to visit the various tourist hotspots is pocket friendly, fun, and a lot hassle-free compared to all the public transportation. A visit to all the historical sights, such as The Rosenborg Castle, The Little Mermaid Statue, and Tivoli, is a memorable experience. Enjoy the local cuisine in the beautiful Danish cultural neighborhoods. 

Visit the Oresund Bridge

The Oresund Bridge stretches 5 miles across the water, making it the longest bridge in Europe. It connects Denmark to Sweden and is considered an engineering wonder. 

Legoland in Billund

Are you traveling with kids to Denmark? Legoland in Billund is a must-visit! These lego themed parks stretch across an impressive 25 acres with 40 million lego blocks. 

A visit to the Vikings Age

Denmark has been the home of the Vikings, historically and spiritually. 

Lindholm Hoje has burial sites from the Germanic Iron age and the Vikings Age. Archaeologists have found an entire village equipped with wells and houses. 

The Carlsberg brewery

Take a tour with a beer historian of the brewery that brews the world’s most famous beers. This place houses the most extensive beer bottle collection globally: a fun tasting session and a small insight into how the first beer was brewed in Denmark. 

Elsinore or Helsingor

One of the most famous castles in the world, Kronborg is located in Elsinore. It is the locational backdrop in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, and the play has been performed here for the past 80 years. 


It is the northernmost city of Denmark where the Baltic and the North seas confluence. Skagen, a charming coastal village, was well-liked by the 19th-century impressionist painters for its scenic beaches and landscapes. The herring fish is famous in this town and a must-try delicacy in local cuisine. 

Experience the Hygge 

Hygge derives from the word Hug. Hygge means to embrace, find comfort and create cozy vibes. Experience the Hygge culture first-hand in the land of its origin. Millions of people around the world are slowly practicing the Hygge culture for a calmer and positive lifestyle. 

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