There are many reasons to choose Denmark as your next travel destination. The Danes are famous for many things, style, design, food, bicycles, history and festivals and brands like Bang and Olufsen, Lego and Georg Jensen jewelery are all world famous.
Danish flag is generally considered as the oldest continuously used national flag in.
The Danish monarchy is over 1000 years old, making it the oldest monarchy in Europe to still exist.
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Below are listed 25 things to do in Denmark:
What to do in copenhagen
Try the best food in Denmark. Noma is a two Michelin star restaurant run by chef René Redzepi in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Noma has been ranked in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014 as the Best Restaurant in the world by Restaurant magazine.
2. Tivoli Gardens
3. The Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
4. The little Mermaid
Strøget is the longest pedestrian shopping area in Europe. Strøget offers a lot of the most famous and expensive stores in the world. At some point during your stay in the Copenhagen, you will without a doubt end op here.
7. See the Capital on Bike (ByCykler)
Copenhagen is a green city, and one of the reasons is that we Danes love and use our bikes alot. If you are used to live in cities without cycle paths you will get surprised how many bikes there are in rush hours.
Every day 1.2 million kilometres (0.75 million miles) are cycled in Copenhagen, with 36% of all citizens commuting to work, school or university by bicycle, in fact, more people commute by bicycle in greater Copenhagen than cycle to work in the entire United States. 80% of cyclists in Copenhagen ride all winter.
8. Amalienborg Castle
10. Rosenborg Castle
11. Amalienborg Museum
The Amalienborg Museum is located in Christian 8.s palace on Amalienborg. The entrance is in the gate closest to Frederiksgade. Nearest metrostation is Kongens Nytorv.
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12. Frederik’s Church
Popularly known as The Marble Church
What to do in Denmark
Skagen is Denmark’s northernmost town.
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14. Råbjerg Mile
Ribe is the oldest town of Denmark. The town can be dated back to the early 8th century AD. Ribe is known for it’s old buildings, the church and the nature around Ribe.
I personally think that it is Denmark’s most charming city. Definitely worth a visit.
16. Wadden Sea (Vadehavet)
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The ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum is an art museum in Aarhus. ARoS is one of the largest art museums in northern Europe, 10 storeys tall with a total floor area of 17,000 m². The picture is from the top of the museum.
18. Old Town of Aarhus
The Old Town in Aarhus, Denmark (Danish: Den Gamle By), is an open-air town museum. In 1914 the museum opened as the world’s first open-air museum.
The old Town of Aarhus consists of 75 historical buildings collected from 20 townships in all parts of the country. The oldest structure is a storage house from Aalborg dated back to c. 1550.
19. The Hans Christian Andersen Museum
20. Kronborg Slot
Grenen is a 4 km long curved sandbar, north of the town of Skagen. Created overtime because two seas meets here. The area is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, with more than 1 million visitors each year.
22. Møns klint
Møns Klint is popular with tourists from across Europe with some 250,000 visitors a year.
The bright chalk cliffs stretch 6 km from the park of Liselund in the north to the lighthouse in the south. Some of the cliffs fall a sheer 120 m to the sea below.
Another famous chalk cliff is Stevns Klint located in the southwestern part of Zealand, which newly has been declared a world heritage site.
23. Roskilde Cathedral (Domkirke)
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25. Black Sun (Sort sol)
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