Denmark offers a fascinating mix of tourist sites which include galleries, museums, and historical parks. It’s quite popular for its Tivoli Gardens, Djurs Sommerland, Copenhagen Zoo, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Bakken, Faarup Sommerland, the National Museum, and Legoland. Apart from these, UNESCO has identified five World Historical sites in Denmark including Kronborg Castle; home to Shakespeare’s Hamlet. It has also recently become home to the largest aquarium of Northern Europe, The Blue Planet.
This country’s attractions are not limited to tourist sites, but it takes visitor’s experience to a whole new level by offering amazing and unusual places to stay. A tourist can spend a night in a Stone Age village, the Old Jailhouse, Hanstholm Lighthouse or a haunted castle called Dragsholm. They can also camp at Scandinavian Wildlife Park or live in one of the several boutique luxury hotels in the country.
Denmark is a country best toured on two wheels. It’s termed as “the world’s cycling destination” with bike routes and signposts covering most of the city. Its smaller cities like Odense, Aarhus, Frederikshavn, and Aalborg have a public bike scheme with various collection points from where visitors can rent a bike and tour the neighboring areas.
For those without bikes, Denmark also has well-developed national rail and road transport structure.
Denmark has earned a global fame for Copenhagen being one of world’s great gastronomic hotspot and the country has overall achieved Michelin’s stars for 15 of its restaurants. So Denmark is a perfect all-in-one stop for any globetrotter.