Where Can I Go When Traveling to Denmark?
1. Copenhagen. The capital, Copenhagen, is the most populous city in Denmark. Here, strolling through the charming streets of the old city and visiting the avant-garde architecture of the modern city, you will find the perfect combination of classic and modern.
2. Tivoli Park. Tivoli Park is located in the center of the capital, Copenhagen. Built-in 1843, it is one of the oldest amusement parks in the world. The park is surrounded by fortresses, surrounded by greenery, where you can watch horsemanship, concerts, and other activities throughout the year.
3. Newport. Newport is an artificial canal in the center of Copenhagen. You can see colorful houses on both sides of the river bank. You can experience different scenery by boating along the river to visit Copenhagen. Here, you can also find the former residence of the famous fairy tale writer Andersen, who lived here for 18 years.
4. Aarhus. Aarhus is a port city in Jutland. The local residents are considered to be the happiest people in Denmark. Among them are about 40,000 college students (13% of the local population).
5. Kronborg Castle. Kronborg Castle is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The fort is located near the city of Helsingor. During the Renaissance, it was a strategic place for Denmark to control the entrance to the Baltic Sea. Shakespeare's tragic work "Hamlet" was created in this context.
6. Skagen. Skagen is the northernmost city in Denmark. It is famous for the Skagen School. It has the most important port in the country and beautiful white sandy beaches.
7. Ribe. Ribe is the oldest city in Denmark. It was built in the early 8th century and is located in the west of Jutland. There is a 12th-century cathedral and Viking Museum.
8. Iesko Castle. Located in the south of Funen Island, surrounded by lakes, there are rich museum collections, such as ancient cars.
9. Roskilde. Located on the island of Zealand, 30 kilometers away from Copenhagen, there is the oldest town in Denmark and the pirate ship museum. Roskilde Cathedral houses many kings and queens. In addition, the Roskilde Music Festival every summer attracts thousands of visitors.
10. Bornholm Island. Bornholm Island is located in the Baltic Sea, between Poland and Sweden, 150 kilometers from the east coast of Denmark. The island is full of greenery, with undulating mountains, extensive forests, and natural beaches, which perfectly shows the natural scenery of Denmark. In addition, there are cultural landscapes such as a domed cathedral and a medieval military fort on the island.
When traveling to Denmark, the most not to be missed is the bronze statue of the Little Mermaid, one of the landmarks in Denmark. In many hearts, the "Mermaid" is a beautiful and simple symbol. The incarnation of kindness has a world reputation.