Get ready for simple pleasures and unexpected delights. Full of natural wonders; giant disappearing lighthouses, rugged white cliffs, and, you might be surprised to hear, some of the biggest beaches in Europe, Denmark awaits! Whether you want to get stuck into museums in one of the beautiful cities, take a relaxing break in the countryside, or visit the famous Copenhagen harbour, a visit to Denmark is the most wonderful experience.
Land of Lego
LEGO is known and loved by children and adults throughout the world, thanks to its ingenious simplicity and the endless imaginative possibilities and is the world’s favourite toy. LEGO House is a colourful complex of interactive exhibitions, building zones and LEGO models for LEGO lovers around the world and is where creativity meets design.
In the capital of Denmark, three of the country’s most beloved and famous attractions can be found: The iconic and colourful Nyhavn Harbour, the statue of the little mermaid who’s been sitting on her rock for over 100 years, and the world’s second oldest and best loved amusement park in the city, Tivoli Gardens.
Towns and Villages
Denmark boasts some of the prettiest towns and villages in Europe. There’s something relaxing about wandering through a pretty, old place where time stands still. Visit one of Denmark's picturesque small towns and walk on through centuries of Danish history. Each has a unique charm and special atmosphere, away from the bustle of everyday life.
Top Places to Visit
All capitals have their classic sights, the things you just have to see and do- Copenhagen is no different. They will guide you to some of Copenhagen’s most iconic attractions and experiences, from Nyhavn to Tivoli, Stoget and Amalienborg, so you can tick them off on your list!
Aarhus is tiny! It’s a historic city that remarkably feels like one cosy neighbourhood, where all the biggest sights and attractions really are within walking distance of each other.
Ribe is Denmark’s oldest town, home to a fascinating Viking Museum and a well-preserved medieval centre. Climb to the top of Ribe's beautiful cathedral tower for lovely views of the region.
North Jutland and around the region
Deserts? Buried monuments? In Denmark?! It’s hard to believe, but in this dynamic region of shifting sand, you can uncover some of Europe’s most spectacular hidden landmarks.
Go beyond the home of Hans Christian Andersen in Odense and explore Denmark’s green heartbeat. Fyn is covered in gardens, woods, parks and connected to its own archipelago. It’s nearly impossible not to see a castle on Fyn, an island full of unique attractions too like bridge walking!
Enjoy the stunning scenery, and the unique experience of standing with a foot in each sea at Grenen. Visit Denmark’s biggest migrating dune at Råbjerg Mile, or admire the enigma of the Sanded Church.