Search Results (105)

Showing 51 - 100 of 105 entries
  1. 51.

    Denmark has a wide variety of world-class museums and there is something for all ages and interests. Whether you like history, art, nature or science, there's a museum for you. Here's a list of some of the more popular Danish museum attractions to get you started.

  2. 52.

    Copenhagen has a vibrant and active music scene, with everything from rock to jazz to electronica to classical. Apart from a wealth of regular live shows by national and international performers, the capital is also home to many diverse and exciting music festivals throughout the year. Here is a guide to some of the best music festivals Copenhagen has on offer for 2013.

  3. 53.

    Fall in Denmark is the perfect time to engross yourself in art! There are many art events in Denmark and art exhibitions showing famous international names and greats of the Danish tradition. Find out what's on in Denmark with this guide. 

  4. 54.

    Bring your family to a truly Danish experience; a summerland (sommerland) theme park. Open only in the summer, these mega-popular amusement parks are found all across the country. Here's a selection of Denmark's most popular places to get your family's pulses racing!

  5. 55.

    Bring your family to Denmark and live out your wildest Viking fantasies with your loved ones. Learn about the history of the Nordic raiders through play and interactive events that are fun for all ages. Here's a guide to Viking fun for your family.

  6. 56.

    East Sealand is rich in Viking history and the relative short distances means that you can fit in many Viking destinations in one day. From genuine Viking ship exhibitions to outdoor museums, East Sealand has everything to satisfy your Viking craving.

  7. 57.

    In Denmark you're never more than 50km from the coast, so it's no wonder the Danes love making a splash. From wild water parks to beautiful beaches, there's no excuse not to get wet in Denmark this summer - or all year round if you're a viking! Here's VisitDenmark's guide to some of the best Danish aqua parks.

  8. 58.

    The Vikings were more than simply a raiding and pillaging people. They had highly developed social, religious and commercial structures and were just as adept at farming as raiding. Through on-going archaeological research, we're uncovering more and more about the lives behind the myths. Re-discovered jewellery, handicrafts, weapons, clothes and long-ships all help fill the gaps in our knowledge of the Norsemen. Here's a guide to experiences in Denmark where you can learn more about the Viking people and their ways.

  9. 60.

    Boutique hotels are all about individuality and relaxation in style. As one of the world’s most renowned design nations, you’ll find Denmark full of design hotels where everything, from the wallpaper down to the rug beneath your feet, is handpicked to create a certain aesthetic. From luxury boutique hotels furnished with classic Danish design to smaller hotels with eye-catching interiors and unique character, you can truly treat yourself to a hotel stay to remember in Denmark.

  10. 61.

    Denmark's world-famous philosopher Søren Kierkegaard would have been 200 years old the 5th of May 2013. The celebration of his 200th birthday will be celebrated with a broad program in Copenhagen through art e

  11. 62.

    Denmark is full of exciting national and international sports events throughout the year, and fall is no different. Kite surfing, marathons, rally and volleyball are but some of the sports events you can enjoy in Denmark this time of year. Here's VisitDenmark's guide to fall sports events in Denmark.

  12. 63.

    The western part of Sealand is packed with Viking experiences. The area has great outdoor attractions with genuine Viking heritage, including a Viking-age fortress and the beautiful Åmosen Nature Reserve.

  13. 64.

    Denmark is fast becoming an international food hotspot, with award-winning chefs, award-winning restaurants and of course the famous smørrebrød. But there's more to Nordic cuisine than fancy eateries. Denmark is host to numerous food festivals throughout the year, covering everything from organic produce to fresh seafood. Here's a guide to some of the food festivals you can experience in Denmark in 2013.

  14. 65.

    Experience the magic of a Scandinavian Christmas with the help of our guide on things to do in Denmark over the festive season. It's not just Christmas events and activities waiting for you in Denmark over the Christmas period. Many of Denmark's most-visited attractions are open and ready to welcome you in from the cold.

  15. 66.

    Denmark has some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. Fine white sand, huge dunes, refreshing water and pristine nature sums up the Danish beaches. And in Denmark, you’re never more than 50km from the coast, which means there’s a beach for everyone, wherever you are. Here is a guide to some of the best Danish beaches.

  16. 67.

    It can be hard to explain the Danish word "hygge" (sounds a bit like “hooga”). Roughly it translates to coziness, but that definition doesn’t quite cover it. Hygge is so much more and always involves creating a nice, warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with good people around you. 

  17. 68.

    We all prefer blue skies and sunny weather for our vacation, but we'll be honest with you; rainy days do occur in Copenhagen. But even if you happen to catch Copenhagen on a wet day, there’s still plenty to do while seeking cover from the drizzle. Alongside the Danish capital's more than 90 museums, here are some ideas on how to make the most of a rainy day in Copenhagen. 

  18. 69.

    The glitz and glamour of the world's favourite song contest arrives in Denmark this spring, bringing with it a host of exciting events before and after. Let the music take you at some of Northern Europe's biggest music festivals, including Roskilde and Northside Festival, throughout 2014. Denmark also hosts a lot of sporting events, among them Denmark's new European Golf Tour tournament, Made in Denmark. Get ready for a big year of events in Denmark!

  19. 70.

    It's easy to feel fabulous in Denmark! Around Denmark's more than 4.350 miles of coastline you'll find traditional coastal spa hotels (Badehoteller) where quaint decor and old Danish charm meet modern wellness facilities. A number of these can be enjoyed all year round, as can Denmark's fantastic range of modern spa and wellness retreats, listed in this guide.

  20. 71.

    Take your pick of Denmark's 20 most-visited attractions, a fascinating mix of museums, amusement parks and historical sites.

  21. 72.

    If you’re looking for a place to stay on a grander scale, then a Danish castle or manor house hotel is just for you. There are many spectacular castle and manor house hotels around Denmark. Treat yourself like royalty and stay in a prestigious and historic setting, with state-of-the-art amenities. Staying in a castle or manor house is the best of old and new Denmark in one holiday experience.

  22. 73.

    There's a wealth of interesting and engaging exhibitions throughout Denmark this time of year. From comprehensive Viking exhibitions to fascinating World War 2 fortifications, Denmark has a wide selection of museum exhibitions to cater for all tastes. Here's VisitDenmark's guide to some of the best museum and exhibition visits in Denmark this fall.  

  23. 74.

    Danish nature is spectacular in the fall months. The leaves turn a golden yellow and everything in nature gets an autumnal hue. Why not go hiking in beautiful and dramatic countryside? Endless sand dunes, heathland and cliff walks; Denmark is at its bracing best in the fall. Head out with this guide to things to do outdoors in Denmark this fall.

  24. 75.

    Denmark was recently voted one of the world's best destinations for family vacation, and the country has plenty to keep your little ones entertained, inspired and stimulated. Bring your family to Denmark for your next fall break - your kids will love it!

  25. 77.

    Give your family a vacation to remember with the help of our guide to Denmark's ten most-popular attractions for children. This handy guide includes top theme parks like Tivoli and LEGOLAND, zoos full of wild possibilities and exploration centers. 

  26. 78.

    We've gathered together Denmark's top attractions within an hour of the capital, Copenhagen, into one guide. Mix and match attractions as diverse as seaside art museums, royal castles and ancient Viking sites to explore on fun-filled day trips from Eurovision Island in Copenhagen!

  27. 79.

    From the region where Hans Christian Andersen was born, and LEGO® conceived, you can expect more. A clear line runs from inspiration to innovation in Inspiring Denmark . This green region takes pride in conference and congress delegates returning home full of energy, fresh ideas and a long list of new and exciting friends, all with a burning desire to show the world that you can make a difference! "Inspiring Denmark" is part of South Danish Tourism, the regional tourism development organisation, and focuses on developing business tourism in the region.

  28. 80.

    This is great ...

  29. 81.

    Get your skates on and zoom around one of Denmark's atmospheric outdoor ice rinks. Found only in the winter months, Denmark's outdoor rinks are as popular with locals as tourists. Hire skates at most of these outdoor ice rinks or bring your own and don't forget to dress warm! Ice skating outside is healthy, fantastic fun and an uplifting way to enjoy the Danish outdoors in winter!

  30. 82.

    Turn back the clock, and forget the hustle and bustle of life, at one of Denmark's traditional seaside hotels. There's nothing quite like the laid-back atmosphere and old-world charm of Denmark's beach hotels, dotted around Denmark's beautiful coast. Many of Denmark's beach hotels (badehoteller) have top-of-the-range spa and wellness facilities. At others, it's all about good food, great views and nothing but relaxation. Only some of them are open all year round, so make sure you check before you book a refreshing winter break!

  31. 83.

    Immerse yourself in rich Danish history and explore the magnificent homes of the Danish Royal Family, past and present, at these stunning castles in Denmark. Visit the homes of Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik, the popular royal couple who split their time between Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen and Fredensborg Palace in North Zealand. Be entranced by the crown jewels of Denmark at the iconic Rosenborg Castle and walk in the stunning rose gardens of Queen Margrethe’s residence in Aarhus, Marselisborg.

  32. 84.

    How much food is it physically possible to heap on top of a slice of rye bread? At Copenhagen's smørrebrød restaurants you'll find out! Smørrebrød comes in hundreds of varieties including veggie options, fish, pate or meat. And just for reference, you don't fill a smørrebrød open sandwich, you decorate it! Sample the best Copenhagen's smørrebrød artists have to offer with this guide.

  33. 85.

    Jump in a car, on the bus or catch the train to these unmissable Danish attractions, all within two hours of Eurovision Island in Copenhagen! Perfect for day trips, you can walk along high white cliffs or visit Hans Christian Andersen's childhood home and be back in Copenhagen for dinner!

  34. 86.

    The whole of Denmark gets into the festive spirit this time of year. Towns and cities around Denmark, such as Aarhus and Odense, are ablaze with Christmas lights and good cheer. Christmas markets, exhibitions, music in the streets; Christmas in Denmark is truly magical.

  35. 87.

    Wondering what to do in Copenhagen? Denmark's capital is packed full of great attractions, such as Tivoli and The Little Mermaid and it's easy to go between them on foot, by bike or on public transport. If you'd like a little help prioritising your time in the city, this guide is what you need! Here are Copenhagen's most-visited attractions this year.

  36. 88.

    Denmark is perfect for budget travel. The country is full of cheap and free experiences for every taste. Most places operate with free admission so it’s not just the beaches and urban areas that are free to enjoy. So if you want to take a budget trip to Denmark, here you’ll find inspiration for travelling on the cheap, including cheap dining and cheap accommodation. Do Denmark for less!

  37. 89.

    Eurovision Island is a doorway into Denmark, a jump-off point for the entire kingdom. Within three hours of Copenhagen are a wealth of royal castles, national parks and unique Danish attractions such as LEGOLAND. The Viking rune stones at Jelling, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are also just a few short hours from Denmark's capital. So take a night or two away from Copenhagen and enjoy the best of Denmark.

  38. 90.

    Danish fashion design is a rapidly growing scene with new names blazing trails around the globe. Copenhagen Fashion Festival happens twice a year and here you’ll see the new collections of the most talented designers Denmark has to offer. You’ll find Danish labels on high streets all over the world and here are some successful names to keep your eyes open for, in Denmark and abroad.

  39. 91.

    Enjoy all different kinds of movies at movie festivals in Danish cities such as Copenhagen, Odense and Aarhus. As well as the big international festivals in cinema and documentary, you can also sample more specific movies at events such as the Jewish Movie Festival and Mix Copenhagen; one of the oldest LGBT Movie Festivals in the world. 

  40. 92.

    Denmark may be a small country, but it has much to offer to you and your business meetings, conferences and conventions. We would like to present two of Denmark’s most remarkable regions, perfectly suited for your next event.

  41. 93.

    If you have seen the Little Mermaid, taken a Hans Christian Andersen tour and would like to try something a little different? Consider some of these weird and wonderful things to do in Denmark and you will get to see Denmark from a whole new perspective! Dive with sharks, get lost in a crowd of Santa Clauses and hike up one of Europe's biggest sand dunes. Denmark has it all! Plan a unique vacation in Denmark with this guide.

  42. 94.

    Hans Christian Andersen - you know the name and love many of his timeless characters, such as The Little Mermaid and The Ugly Duckling. But what about the man himself? As the father of fairy tales, Hans Christian Andersen was a famous man in his time, courted by royalty and recognised for his greatness whilst living. Follow in the footsteps of Hans Christian Andersen and delve deeper into fairy-tale Denmark at these fastinating sites.

  43. 95.

    Fall is a special time in Denmark. Because of its four distinct seasons, Denmark goes through a transformation this time of year that can be seen not only in nature but also in the types of events on offer.  Fall is also a great excuse for "hygge", that hard to define Danish concept that roughly translates into spending quality time with friends and family. Here's a listings to some of the many events on offer in Denmark this fall.

  44. 96.

    Did you know that many of Denmark's biggest and best attractions are completely free? Major attractions, like Nyhavn and The Little Mermaid are free and you can easily walk or bike between them. Sightseeing in openhagen is easy and can be very cheap. Famous landmarks around Denmark, such as Møns Klint and the buried lighthouse at Rubjerg Knude, are also completely free to enjoy. Here are our top pick of Denmark's best free attractions.

  45. 97.

    See, hear, touch, smell and taste the life of the old days. At the open-air museums and living history museums in Denmark you can experience the life of your Danish ancestors first hand. These are our top 5 living history museums in Denmark worth visiting if you have Danish heritage and ancestos.

  46. 98.

    Denmark is surrounded by coastline, and it's no wonder that Danes love the sea, beaches and water activites and sports. Read on for a quick guide to water sports, beaches and aqua parks in Denmark.

  47. 99.

    Visit some of Denmark's picturesque small towns and take a stroll through centuries of Danish vivid history. Each town has a unique warmth and special atmosphere, away from the noise of everyday life. Ribe, Denmark's oldest town, was recently voted Europe's Best Small Destination. Skagen is a hugely popular seaside town in the North, which has drawn artists and the like for hundreds of years.

  48. 100.

    Denmark has a lot of fantastic hotels, but how about staying somewhere really weird and wonderful on your next visit to Denmark? How about spending the night in a prison hotel or a week in a Stone Age village? If you like to stay close to the sea you can even stay in a lighthouse! This guide to unusual places to stay in Denmark has some great ideas for different budgets, including boat hotels in Copenhagen harbour, making your vacation in Denmark truly unique. 

Showing 51 - 100 of 105 entries

Come and be charmed by Copenhagen - home of The Little Mermaid and Danish royalty. A cozy knot of winding streets and old buildings, that you can easily explore on foot or on a bike.