Royal Palaces in Copenhagen

Denmark might not be a top traveler’s choice but it is absolutely worth visiting. As they say, well-advertised product is not always the best, while there are gems that simply do not need any advertising. They are for the ones who dare to hold them in their hands and are ready to respect. If you …

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Viborg Cathedral and its Amazing Frescoes

Viborg is one of the oldest Danish cities, located in Central Jutland. The city has a central location and on this score, used to bear huge strategic significance. During the Middle Ages it played a great role in issues related to religion and politics.  Today Viborg is a peaceful city, where the life is quiet …

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Best Natural Spots in Denmark

Being a country where a citizen is fully respected, and where the human rights are at the highest level of protection and consideration, Denmark is where the idea of patriotism doesn’t exceed its limits, and therefore every tourist and visitor always feels safe and secure in this fantasy land. In general, Denmark is associated with …

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Marselisborg Palace: The Summer Residence

Who said royalties like capital cities? True, official royals seats are mostly located in capitals, but even Her Royal Highness needs a vacation from time to time. As true descendants of Vikings, Danes show their patriotism here and choose to rest in their own kingdom, just in another city. Aarhus is one of the biggest cities in …

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Assistens Cemetery: Where the Great Rest

Traveling and exploring is not only about nice places. Some countries, like Denmark, are not limited with museums and luxurious hotels, there are also some creepy attractions that are ready to surprise your expectations. Assistens Cemetery is one of the most interesting graveyards in the world. It’s not only about tombs, graves and crying people. …

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Making Friends with the Ghosts of Dragsholm Castle

Have you ever thought that we’re not alone in this world? I’m not talking about animals, plants, or anything that’s living. Right the opposite, I’m talking about things that are no longer living. Denmark’s history is so rich, full of mysterious Viking ships, excavations, and a number of other attractions, that you definitely won’t feel …

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Eco-Village Dyssekilde in Denmark

There are many destinations in Denmark, which though simple are very attractive for those who are in search of isolation and just an ordinary vacation. Those places are situated very close to the busy cities but at the same time are very far from their usual life. Welcome to Dyssekilde! Dyssekilde is situated near the …

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The Old Town: Piece of History and Culture

Laughing and always happy Denmark is one of those countries where everything seems great, people always smile because they are very satisfied with their lifestyle, attractions offer amazing and perfect vacation, luxury hotels welcome their visitors with a big smile, and countless museums and theaters are waiting to be explored. Summer is the best time …

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Enchanting Danish Castles

If you are looking for a truly unique holiday experience filled with unforgettable moments, a visit to Denmark – the oldest Fairytale Kingdom of Europe is a perfect choice. A land of architectural wonders and art values, Denmark is filled with historical monuments and wonderful castles with a history dating back to the 13th century. …

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Copenhagen Zoo – Dream Oasis for Kids!

Planning a family holiday to Copenhagen? Nothing can be more fun and adventurous than a visit to the amazing Copenhagen Zoo – Europe’s most enjoyable Children’s Zoo, dazzling over a million annual visitors. From riding a pony and playing with some animals, like rabbits and goats, to watching the cow being milked and the lions …

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Ærø – the Fairytale Island of Denmark

Rich in awe-inspiring rural charm, Ærø (Æ meaning ‘maple’ and ø – ‘island’ in Danish) is a small sleepy island in the southern Denmark that lies within the Funen Archipelago, covering a total area of around 90 square meters and populated by approximately seven thousand friendly islanders that earn their living by shipbuilding, agriculture and …

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Denmark National Parks

The smallest country in Scandinavia so closely associated with the sea and water ways, Denmark has a richly varied countryside and spectacularly breathtaking nature easy to explore with unlimited number of experiences. And no matter in what corner of the country you are, you are sure to find a ‘green solution’ with a vast panorama …

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Famous Denmark Landmarks

Ranked as ‘the happiest place in the world,’ based on the surveys of standards of health, welfare and education, Denmark is a dreamscape and energetic country with lots to offer its visitors. Blessed with the renaissance beauty, wonderful old architecture, great art and design, long white, sandy beaches, lively cities, fairytale gardens, picturesque serene parks, …

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Denmark: UNESCO World Heritage Sites

A small country made up of the Jutland and more than 500 islands, Denmark is a truly idyllic getaway for those in search of an active holiday, with an abundance of places to visit, including UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a plethora of interesting things to do. It can really be hard to pick up …

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Famous Denmark Museums

Though relatively little country in terms of geographic size, Denmark is truly ‘big’ in terms of museums and galleries that represent the history and culture of Danes right down to the present day, all of them covering a particular area of responsibility: industry, certain works of one particular artist, agriculture, natural history and others. Below …

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