Where To Go On Holiday In Denmark
The capital, Copenhagen, is vibrant and dynamic. A visit wouldn’t be complete without the obligatory visit to the Little Mermaid statue and a cold beer enjoyed along the canal of Nyhavn admiring the colourful houses. Tivoli Gardens are an absolute must; the most popular seasonal theme park in the world, by day you can enjoy the 28 rides available within the park, a leisurely ride on Dragon Boat Lake and explore your way around the gardens on the scenic railway. Night time is equally spectacular; the gardens are illuminated by coloured lamps, stalls sell delicious Danish treats and you can enjoy fine dining in one of the parks numerous restaurants, including the iconic Pagoda Chinese Tower restaurant. Tivoli plays host to countless concerts throughout the year and sports a Pantomime Theatre to boot.
The added benefit of Copenhagen is the ability to take a day trip to Malmo in Sweden via train across the awe inspiring Oresund Bridge.
For the young at heart take a visit Legoland in Billund where you can go on a Lego Safari, see the world in miniature, build your own creation (and then destroy it!), learn to drive in the Tarffic School and get soaking wet in your very own Pirate Splash Battle!
One of the oldest towns, Ribe in southwest Jutland is lined with cobbled streets and pretty buildings, and is home to an imposing cathedral. Also worth a visit is Odense, Denmark’s third largest city where attractions include Saint Canute's Cathedral, the Odense Palace and a zoo.