Changing of The Royal Guard at Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen,

All our world-famous bits (and some surprises!)

We are all human after all

We all know the best thing about travelling can often be the unexpected things you see along the way; the people; the discoveries you make all by yourself. But we also know that we're all human. And sometimes you just want to marvel at the big, the bold and the beautiful classics. So have a look at ours.

12 castles you should visit in Denmark

Walk through Danish history and the homes of the Danish Royal Family, past and present, at these stunning castles in Denmark. Get up close to the Danish crown jewels at Rosenborg Castle, spend a fun-filled day at Egeskov Castle or act out your best Hamlet impression at Kronborg Castle.

The prettiest towns and villages we've got

There's something so relaxing about wandering a pretty old place where time stands still. We've got quite a few of those.

Our 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites

We really have got fascinating mix of historical treasures and natural wonders, like 65-million-year-old Stevns Klint!

What are the biggest events in Denmark?

Recognise the iconic orange tent from Roskilde Festival? It once belonged to the Rolling Stones! Find out more fun facts about Denmark's biggest events throughout the year.

Copenhagen Classics

These really are the usual suspects. Three of Copenhagen's beloved and most-famous attractions that we all just can't get enough of.

Iconic Nyhavn Harbour

It is amazing what a bit of colour can do for the human spirit eh! Everyone loves Nyhavn, the harbour at the heart of Copenhagen.

The Little Mermaid

She's been sitting and waiting on her rock in the ocean for over 100 years. Come and keep her company!

Tivoli Gardens

Even Hans Christian Andersen once enjoyed the world's second-oldest and best-loved amusement park, right in the city centre.

A 1000-year-old Viking Kingdom

Royal families don't get much older than this. Queen Margrethe II is descended from Viking kings, who ruled Denmark a thousand years ago. When you're here, you can explore everything the Vikings left behind and maybe even bump into our current royal family.

Facts and myths about Denmark's Vikings

We all think we know the Vikings, from the stories of raiding and plundering to Norse mythology and those horned helmets. But how much of this is fact, and how much is myth? Here's a brief overview to help you brush up on your Viking knowledge. You'll be ready for your own Viking adventure

Get to know the Danish Royal Family

The Danish monarchy is a popular institution in Denmark and is one of the oldest in the world. The current monarch, Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II, can trace her lineage back to the first Viking kings of Denmark over 1000 years ago!

Is this the world's most-famous restaurant?

It quite possibly is! Noma has been named the world's best restaurant a whopping 4 times. And it earned that honour by pushing the boundaries of food exploration and experience. See why it's such an exceptional place.

Our biggest natural wonders

Size matters. So we've picked our three biggest and most-dramatic natural attractions to start off. Giant disappearing lighthouses. Rugged white cliffs. And, you might be surprised to hear, some of the biggest beaches in Europe!

The disappearing lighthouse at Rubjerg Knude

See Denmark's iconic disappearing lighthouse before the sea swallows it!

Møns Klint

Local adventurer @saschabendix has dubbed Møns Klint The Cold Caribbean and we love that!

18 beaches to try out in Denmark

Denmark has some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. With over 7,400km of coastline, choosing the best of Denmark's fine white sand, family friendly and crowd-free beaches is tough! But not to worry, we've picked some of Denmark's best beaches for this guide.

How Denmark invented fun

OK, we didn't actually invent fun. But now you're reading this... we are responsible for two enormous contributions to the world of play and make-believe. Can you guess what they are?

Explore the home of LEGO®, the world's favourite toy!

LEGO® is known and loved by children and adults throughout the world, thanks to its ingenious simplicity and the endless imaginative possibilities. Here are some things you may not know about LEGO, the world’s favourite toy.

The famous home of fairy tales

Hans Christian Andersen is surely the most famous Dane ever. The father of fairy tales was born in the old city of Odense, which is no ugly ducking (get it?!) Visit this beautiful city and take a trip back in time!

Destination Spotlight: Zealand and the Danish Riviera

With names like The Danish Riviera and The Cold Caribbean, you can probably guess that Zealand is the kind of island where Danes go to relax and unwind. And the good news? Copenhagen is actually on it anyway!