Cliffs and castles, parks and beaches, skiing or cycling; things to do in Denmark are diverse and fabulous. There are unique gardens telling the fairy tales, churches saying the religious sermons, castles explaining the history, thus it needs a long time to visit this iconic destination. After a long walk, hiking or biking, have some mouth watering meat and fish sandwiches, stegt flæsk with Carlsberg and Tuborg beer. Here is an ensemble of some of the eclectic things to do in Denmark.
Founded in 1843, these gardens present a stunning scenery of beautiful architecture. Hundreds of coloured lights illuminate the whole area, which make a unique fairy tale atmosphere.
Explore the history from Stone Age, Viking Age, Middle Ages, the Renaissance and Modern Danish History through the wide galleries of this museum. The museum is located in the 18th century Prince’s Palace.
The castle displays four hundred years of glory, royal art, crown jewels and Royal Regalia. Built in the early 17th century, the castle houses coronation thrones, three life-size silver lions and the most finest Venetian glass collections. While the King’s Garden offers spectacular views of vibrant floral beds.
This huge baroque church has a helix spire that has an external winding staircase through which you can observe the whole city. It has a melodious carillon, which rings every hour from 8 o’clock in the morning till midnight.
An incredible sea resort and an oldest beach town in Denmark. It is the most beautiful holiday destination where you spend time along the soft sandy beaches, swim, shop, stay and dine.
It is the largest national park in Denmark. During spring and autumn this park offers an unbelievable sight, which is called the Black Sun. It happens when thousands of starlings gather and form amazing dark patterns in the sky at dusk.
These are the chalk cliffs in Møn island, Baltic Sea. They are stretching along the eastern coast across an area of 6 km. There are pastures, hills, ponds and woodlands that is why, it is a favourite destination for riding, cycling and walking.
The Blue Planet is the largest Aquarium in Northern Europe. Visitors feel as if they are in water due to the surrounding glass walls through which sea animals can be seen.
The zoo has 1,500 animals of 126 species and is the second largest zoo in Denmark. It spreads over a wide area of 8 hectares (20 acres) having African giraffes, zebras and antelopes, Asian lion and the Sumatran tiger.
This star shaped fortresses was built in 1662. It has five bastions at its corners. There is a prison, church, museums and a windmill that was constructed in 1847.