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A Scandinavian country spread across the Jutland Peninsula and several islands, Denmark is known for being an evolved society in terms of design, urban planning, architecture, sustainability, and gastronomy. The country’s remarkable history, culture, and scenic beauty makes it an enviable tourist destination. Founded by Viking kings in the 10th century, Denmark is an ancient land where visitors will come across castles, fortresses, manor houses, churches, ruin stones, Viking burial grounds, and many UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Roskilde Cathedral, Kronborg Castle, Egeskov Castle, Frederiksborg Palace, Viking rune stones at Jelling, and Christiansfeld are some of the major landmarks. The country has a thriving theatre and music scene and is home to several world-class museums such as Copenhagen Opera House, Royal Danish Theatre, Teater Momentum, National Museum of Denmark, National Gallery of Denmark, Arken Museum of Modern Art, Viking Ship Museum (Roskilde), Danish War Museum, and many more. For beach buffs, Denmark has over 8,700 kms of beaches where visitors can unwind and enjoy the sun and sand.
Popular Destinations in Denmark
Capital of Denmark, Copenhagen is a booming metropolis which has retained
its old-world charm. Located on the eastern coast of the islands of Zealand
and Amager, the city is a hybrid of modern and historic. Settled in the 11th century, Copenhagen ranks among the world's most live able
cities repeatedly due to urban planning, culture, and global connectivity
among other things. The Danish capital is famed for its world-class
architecture, historic landmarks, and culinary diversity. Major attractions
in Copenhagen include Christiansborg Palace, Amalienborg, Rosenborg Castle,
Tivoli Gardens, the Little Mermaid Statue, Frederik's Church, City Hall,
National Aquarium Denmark, Royal Library, Gefion Fountain, Copenhagen City
Hall, and Church of Our Lady. The city is home to more than 15
Michelin-starred restaurants, more than any Scandinavian capital. A relaxed
capital city, Copenhagen boasts a distinctively European feel with a unique
cafe culture and a friendly street-life. Visitors must take a walk along
Nyhavn harbor to experience the lively atmosphere which defines the city.
Aalborg is among the largest cities in Denmark. The city’s history can be
traced back to the 7th century. Due to its location at the
narrowest point of Limfjord, it was an industrial hub and important harbor
during the Middle Ages. Aalborg is home to several historic landmarks such
as Aalborghus, Hospital of the Holy Ghost, Budolfi Church, Kildeparken, and
Abbey of Our Lady. The city is also an important cultural center of the
region and lined with numerous theatres, entertainment venues, and museums
such as the Utzon Center, Aalborg Museum of Modern Art, Aalborg Teater,
Teater Nordkraft, and Aalborg Historical Museum. The Aalborg Carnival, held
in May, is one of the most popular festivals in all of Scandinavia.
The second largest city in Denmark, Aarhus lies on the east coast of
Jutland. In the Middle Ages, the city served as a significant seafaring,
fishing, and commercial center. History enthusiasts can explore landmarks
such as Old Town, Marselisborg Palace, Aarhus Cathedral, Catholic Church of
Our Lady, and St. Paul's Church. Aarhus is, at present, an imperative
cultural center and boasts a university along with prominent art facilities
and museums such as Moesgaard Museum, ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Viking
Museum, Women's Museum, Natural History Museum, and more.
Best Time to Visit Denmark
Denmark experiences cool temperature throughout the year. The best time to take Denmark flights is during summer season, from April to September when the temperature is mild. The Aalborg Carnival takes place during this period. July and August are the warmest months here. Spring usually offers bright sunlight and clear skies. Visitors will find cheap flights to Denmark during February.
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