The Danish Lakelands is a truly extraordinary place where impressive forests, inviting lakes, wild coasts, charming towns and lots of warm-heartedness takes you in to a world of good old Danish values, where intimacy, natural resources and creativity together set the frames for exciting culinary experiences.
The island of Fyn and its rich soil is the foundation for excellent foods. On Fyn, we celebrate the delicious locally produced delicacies with food festival. From May through October, there is plenty of opportunity to get a taste of Fyn – whether they are composed of vegetables, cheese, fruit, beer, or chocolate. The island of Fyn is filled with local producers and farm shops where the specialty items are endless and tasty, and all represent quality products from Fyn.
Througout Denmark there are a great variety of high capacity conference hotels. In the following we have gathered some of the best in order to give you an impression of the great diversity of the conference hotels in Denmark.
Arne Jacobsen is a Danish design icon and a famous architect who left a strong architectural legacy across the globe. As well as iconic Danish furniture, like The Egg chair and The Swan chair, Arne Jacobsen designed a number of famous buildings in Denmark. Take a day out of Copenhagen to visit his break-through architectural project, the Bellevue Beach Resort just north of Copenhagen.
If you appreciate memorable architecture that makes a statement and often divides opinion, then have a look at this list of iconic Danish buildings. It includes famous buildings like The Blue Planet and the Danish Maritime Museum, alongside classic modern architecture like Arne Jacobsen's Radisson Royal Blu Hotel.
Bridgewalking – a new unique attraction in Denmark
You can travel to Sydney. Or to Lillebælt (the Little Belt). Both places you can walk on top of a bridge. Experience the height. Fell the frisson of fear. A very special experience!
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Middelfart is easily accessible by bicycle. Within a short distance you can experience a widely changing landscape. Hire a bicycle, pack a picnic (or even buy one from the local butchers or fishmongers) and spend the day in the fresh air. Enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of the area: the stunning scenery, the chirping of the larks and the changing fragrances of the woods, the sea and the fields.
The east coast route, which follows national route 5, is slightly hilly. It follows Lillebælt through Fredericia and Kolding and along the way provides views of Kolding Inlet, Mosvig and Hejlsminde Bay. The centre of Fredericia consists of streets at right angles surrounded by one of
The route from Herslev to Kolding follows national route 55 and is an attractive ride in slightly hilly terrain. Along the way you will see varying scenery with green hedges, low dams and woods. Route 55 joins national routes 5 and 6 at Nørre Bjert. At Elvighøj there is an excellent view of both the Kidholmene islands and Skærbækværket and a chance of a refreshing dip.