Luckily, Denmark has everything to offer, no matter the age group. Here is the perfect Q&A for answering the questions of your outbound family clients.
Travelling with babies
Is it safe and is health care accessible?
Absolutely. Denmark is a very safe, clean and relaxed country to travel in with small children. Almost every restaurant and café will offer changing stations and high chairs and breast-feeding in public places is not frowned upon. Most doctors speak English and emergency services are swift and professional.
Travelling with toddlers or older children
What are the must-see activities?
There is no shortage of fun activities to keep energy bundles busy. The Danes value family life very highly and often spend weekends going off on excursions with their children. Your clients will never be far from an outdoor playground (usually free of charge), from crab watching and amber hunting on the beaches of Denmark or from the many great activities that have helped Denmark earn its reputation as a fairytale land for children. Here are some of the most popular activities for children:
1. The famous LEGOLAND will soon be complimented by the museum LEGO HOUSE, set to open in 2017. Combine a visit with renting a summerhouse on the coast of Jutland or with trips to the amusement parks of Faarup Sommerland or Djurs Sommerland.
2. Get very, very close to sharks, sea horses and moray eels at The Blue Planet aquarium in Copenhagen.
3. Delight every family member with the colours, the lights, the music, the rides and the feel-good atmosphere of the world famous Tivoli Gardens amusement park.