Forget exhausting days getting around big, bustling cities. You will be surprised at how truly local Denmark's big cities feel.
If you like a relaxed atmosphere, world class design and great food, you'll love exploring the liveable cities of Denmark! Living up to its name as the world's most liveable city, Copenhagen is a laid back capital where everything is within walking or biking distance. Take an afternoon walk by the Copenhagen lakes, grab a beer at a local brewery or grab dinner at the hip dining spots on "Papirøen".
If you are heading to Denmark's second city, Aarhus is sure to give you experiences of a lifetime. Named Cultural Capital of 2017, it is easy to explore this little big city. Walk the cobblestoned streets of the latin quarter, see the city from the rainbow panorama atop Aros Museum or head to a café along the canal running right along the shopping streets of downtown Aarhus.
Heading out further, don't miss the modern new buildings and harbour front of the city of Aalborg or stepping back in time in Hans Christian Andersen's fairy-tale city of Odense.
Take advantage of Denmark's liveable cities for any meeting agenda. Here are our best tips: