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About Denmark

Don't know where to begin your introduction to the Scandinavian region? We think you can't go wrong, choosing Denmark as your first stop. The smallest country of the five Scandic siblings houses unforgettable sights that have inspired the renowned fairytale author Hans Christian Andersen himself. Come here to explore the meaning of the word "hygge" and learn how Danish people are one of the world's most content nations. Besides fascinating culture and traditions, Denmark is where the pictures of bright and cheerful harbors originate. We cannot wait to assist in planning your dream tour of Denmark!

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Aarhus, Denmark

Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark situated by the sea in the heart of Jutland. It offers many outstanding sights, interesting museums, and is full of opportunities for tourists.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen is a blend of modern architecture and history with Viking spirit. Moreover, it is often called one of Europe's most enjoyable and livable cities.

Esbjerg, Denmark

Apart from being an integral part of Denmark's offshore oil and gas industry, Esbjerg is home to many natural and man-made attractions.

Kronborg Castle

The Kronborg Castle is probably the most famous Danish castle, known worldwide from Shakespeare's Hamlet. Not only was it the setting for the famous tragedy but it is one of Denmark's top attractions.

National Museum, Copenhagen

The National Museum is the largest museum of cultural history in Denmark. Here you can see ancient animal skeletons, Viking treasures, Renaissance artifacts and learn the history of Denmark.

Nyhavn, Copenhagen, Denmark

This picturesque part of Copenhagen is a bustling pedestrian street with colorful old houses on both sides of the canal, packed with old wooden ships which create an unforgettable maritime atmosphere.

Odense, Denmark

Odense is Denmark's third largest city located on Funen, the garden island, as well as Hans Christian Andersen's native city.

Old Stock Exchange, Copenhagen

The Old Stock Exchange is one of the oldest buildings in the city. It is situated very close to the city center and is easily recognized by its most unique spire in the Copenhagen skyline.

Roskilde, Denmark

Roskilde is one of Denmark's oldest cities located 30 km west of Copenhagen on the island of Zealand. The city has a long history dating from the pre-Christian Viking Age.

The Little Mermaid, Copenhagen, Denmark

There's a very unique place in Copenhagen, in this city lives a Little Mermaid who sits on a rock by the waterside along the Langelinie promenade.

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