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 It is commonly accepted that Denmark is a country that can attract any visitors. For nature lovers Denmark will prove destination that has much to offer a small paradise.Vibrant colors, beautiful nature, grandiose variations on images of the landscape and unique flora and fauna. The cosmopolitans will not be disappointed by the brilliance and magnificence of evergreen Copenhagen and history buffs will be fully satisfied by the Renaissance castles. Even the most solitary types will surely enjoy their walks or stay in the windswept coastal islands and numerous small fishing villages. 

No wonder this country has inspired the greatest storyteller, Hans Christian Andersen to write the individual pieces with which generations of children have grown, but also no coincidence that the Vikings claimed a special tenacity much of this beautiful piece land of northern Europe. Those who are passionate about the furniture will find here many handcrafted with elegant and modern design items like carved wooden chairs Hans Wegner and hand-painted porcelain Royal Copenhagen. Remember here is the Lego.At Legoland children come into contact with a tiny world that is built with 20 million plastic bricks. 

There are nine big cities here in Denmark. The basis of all visitors should be Copenhagen. It is the capital and largest city yet. It is a vibrant metropolis with world-class attractions. Second largest city Aarhus is the impressive Open Air Museum, which is a museum that is an open-land where they built houses, roads, shops and many other buildings and the visitor can see the image of the city by turning it back 1800. 

For coffee and drink you should definitely go to Aalborg. Here you will find a beautiful city with a historic and picturesque city and walk in Jomfru Ane Gade, a paved main street full of cafes, pub and nightclub. The walk here will reward you. Sit and enjoy coffee or hot chocolate you. It is the path to more cafes and restaurants in a row across Denmark and is famous for its nightlife it. 

The Esbjerg is the center of the fish industry here in Denmark and as you imagine it has its own port. Very close (15 minutes by ferry) is the known Fanø cosy island in the region whose economy is based almost exclusively on the 30,000 tourists that flood every year during summer months mainly to visit the sandy beaches. The Heming is a small town and is the main passage to the great beaches on the west coast. 

The Nykøbing Falster is a city built on two islands which unites street, surrounded by a picturesque fjord. Explore the old abbey, the castle, steep cliffs of Møn the limestone rocks of the beautiful beaches. Next stop was Odense. It is the largest city of the island of Funen and the third largest city in Denmark. Birthplace of H.C. Andersen hosts a renaissance style castle, which is considered the best preserved in Europe. 

Rønne is the capital and the connection to Bornholm, an island with beautiful villages, churches and the mystical ruins of the majestic castle Hammershus. The Sønderborg is a picturesque corner of Denmark with a beautiful castle and the royal palace Gråsten. 

Note: The above information was updated at the time of issue of the article but can change without notice. Please confirm the accuracy of these before your trip.




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