Pretty little places of calm and tranquility
For all of you who love disconnecting from the hectic pace of modern life, these cute, old-worldy towns and villages can be your sanctuary.
We've got a map! Click on an area of Denmark that looks interesting to you and we'll take you to the highlights from that region. Or you can scroll on to pick and choose from some of our favourite destinations below.
Apparently human beings get a bit stressed out if they’re presented with too many choices. 12 options is the sweet spot. So while we have a great many wonder-filled places to go, to help ease you along to a happy and stress-free choice, here are just 12 suggestions from us. You’re welcome!
We thought it would be a good idea to start with somewhere you've actually heard of. And what you've probably heard about Copenhagen is that it is an incredible place to be in. It is. No, really, just read on to see why this gem is a must-visit.
Forget all those other European cities you’ve heard about. There are way too many people there. Aarhus has fewer crowds, but just as many big-hitting sights and attractions. Plus beaches, forests, festivals… It’s a wonder more people haven’t heard of it. (Hey, we’re doing our best.)
Home to one of Scandinavia's biggest cultural festivals, Aarhus Festival, and many iconic sights from rainbow walkways to infinity bridges, Aarhus has already made a name for itself - visit to find out why.
This sand-swept region of wide open nature is like a treasure trove of unusual wonders. Buried churches? Strange mini-deserts? Cold Hawaii? That's right, just better because it's quite cold and that's good for you. You'll find it all here!
What kind of destination are you looking for? If it's a pretty seaside with famous castles near a capital, then explore Zealand. For more dramatic nature and unusual historical sights, head to Jutland's West Coast. If it's the footsteps of famous Danes you're hoping to follow, Odense is for you!