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What to do in Denmark
Denmark is a country in Scandinavia. This European country is chockfull of beautiful coastlines, cultural sites, stunning castles, and plenty of adventure. It may be a small country, but it has a lot to offer you.
Make your social media friends feel their own wanderlust by visiting Denmark’s magical castles. Start with the Frederiksborg Palace and be taken to Wonderland. The country’s most famous castle is Kronborg Castle, or as Shakespeare fans know as Elsinore in Hamlet.
Another Denmark location that inspired a world-famous writer is the Tivoli Gardens, which was where Hans Christian Andersen was working on Nightingale. Visit the famous gardens and see for yourself how the it has a magic air to it.
The other Danish landmarks you can’t miss are Roskilde Cathedral, the National Museum of Denmark, Viking Ship Museum, Rosenborg Castle, and Christiansborg Palace.
If you’re looking for more interactive and colourful buildings in the country, why not spend a day in Jutland’s Legoland? Cross off all the theme parks in Denmark while you’re at it and visit BonBon-Land, Djurs Sommerland, Karolinelund, and the theme park in Tivoli Gardens. You can even combine your love of thrills and culture by going to Bakken, which is the world’s oldest amusement park.
Enjoy the great outdoors next and stop by Denmark’s beautiful beaches. You can do the usual fun under the sun activities here too, but you should also take a crack at camping, golfing, or even yoga in the beaches of Bornholm, Tisvilde, Blokhus, Bogense, Skagen and more.
When to visit Denmark
The best times to visit Denmark are during May, June, and September when there are fewer crowds and ideal weather for exploring outside. But if you want to see Denmark light up like a fairy tale setting, visit during October to December, whern the Christmas markets also starts.
As a party to the Schengen Convention, Australians are allowed to visit Denmark without a visa as a tourist. Just make sure your passport is valid for at least six months from your planned date of return back here in Australia.
Travelling to and around Denmark
You’ll be landing in Copenhagen Airport, which is the largest one in Scandinavia. From there, you can travel around country and wander its cities by plane, train, bus, and boat.