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Fairytale author, Hans Christian Andersen, was from Denmark. The country feels legendary, with Viking heritage, grand castles from Europe’s oldest monarchy and a rich landscape of dark forests and mysterious islands. Add a cosmopolitan modern culture centered on gourmet cuisine, innovative design and high fashion, and you have the varied experience of today’s Denmark.
Think of Denmark as three main sections: Jutland, the mainland part near Germany; Funen, the central island; and Zealand, the eastern island including Copenhagen.
Spend a few days in Copenhagen enjoying world-class food and fashion. Shop along Strøget, the city’s pedestrian-only main boulevard and high-fashion center. Make a reservation to eat at one of Copenhagen’s highly regarded restaurants. Try Noma, often called the world’s best restaurant.
Copenhagen is the heart of Denmark’s monarchy, which survives to this day. With roots from 10th-century Viking Kings, Denmark’s royal family is considered to be the oldest in Europe. Visit many castles and palaces from early days of the monarchy. Today, the Danish Queen spends winters in Copenhagen’s Amalienborg Palace, an 18th-century complex featuring a massive plaza where you can watch the daily changing of the guard. Head north of Zealand to see Fredensborg Palace, the Queen’s residence in spring and fall, and Kronborg Slot, a military barracks that served as the setting for Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
Branch out of Zealand to see Denmark’s incredible natural landscape. Visit Møns Klint, towering chalk cliffs on an island south of Zealand. Head into Jutland, where beaches and sand dunes run up the entire western coast along the North Sea. Søndervig is a popular beach here, and the Wadden Sea is a vast area of coast exposed at low tide and inhabited by millions of birds. Drive up to Skagen, Denmark’s northernmost point.
Fly into the international airport outside Copenhagen. Once in Denmark, rely on the extensive train, bus and ferry network to get around. Come in summer to enjoy the beaches or visit in winter to see the royal castles frosted in heavy snow.
Situated in the neighborhood of Ørestad, AC Hotel by Marriott Bella Sky Copenhagen is connected to Bella Center, Scandinavia's largest conference and exhibition center. Bella Center Metro Station is a 10-minute walk away, and guests can reach Copenhagen's city center by train in 10 minutes.
Tivoli Hotel is conveniently located a 10-minute walk from bustling Central Station, and 5 minutes on foot from Dybbølsbro Station. Major sights are within walking distance of the hotel, including Tivoli Gardens theme park, 15 minutes away. It's 20 minutes to the pedestrian shopping mecca, Strøget.
Situated in the business district, this caravan park/campground is within 2 mi (3 km) of Luftkastellet, The Geographical Gardens, and Braendkjaerkirken. Kristkirken and Geografisk Have are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Located in Copenhagen City Centre, this hostel is within a 10-minute walk of Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Tivoli Gardens, and City Hall Square. Stroeget and Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek are also within 15 minutes.
Located in Amager, this hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Fields Shopping Centre and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Hallo!. Bella Center and Casino Copenhagen are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Located in Aarhus Central District, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Den Gamle Post & Telegrafbygning and ARoS. Den Gamle By is 0.9 mi (1.5 km) away.
Contemporary Copenhagen hotel connected to Copenhagen airport via a covered walkway, a 12-minute train journey from the city centre.
Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel Copenhagen is set on Stadsgraven canal, far enough from the city center to enjoy a peaceful vibe. A 15-minute walk brings guests to the city centre and its popular sights, including Tivoli Gardens and City Hall Square.