Hotels in Silkeborg

Silkeborg is one of the most peaceful Danish cities. A visit to Silkeborg does not promise entertainment with lots of fun attractions, however, it promises relief and serenity. Thus, it’s is more suitable for elderly people looking for some quiet time, young people escaping the city noise, and people traveling with their children who simply …

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Ree Park Safari: Don’t Miss It!

Ebeltoft is a spectacular small town in Denmark, which is not as popular as the rest of Danish cities and neither it includes many luxurious hotels and restaurants (just what we expect from, say, capital Copenhagen) but it has one feature that sets it apart – its immense splendor expressed in its wonderful nature. This town …

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Exploring Ebeltoft

Almost all European countries have small cities and towns with narrow cobblestone streets which are fascinating for the tourists and they appear more than impressive in their eyes. One of the main hosts of such cities is Spain. Take, for example, Osuna. Denmark also has such a town, which is not so popular as capital …

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Lesser Known Lokken in the North of Denmark

Lokken is not one of the top popular or largest Danish cities. In fact, it’s one of the small ones located in Northern Denmark, and doesn’t have much to attract tourists with. Nevertheless, you never know, maybe by some miracle you might be drawn to this town? What to do? While there are not so …

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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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Attractions in Svendborg

Lively Funen is the third largest island in Denmark and a popular tourist destination. The island is located in the central part of Denmark, and although the distance between the island and the Danish capital makes 173 kilometers, which is a bit much, it’s absolutely worth taking the train and discovering the island. The largest …

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What to Do in Hjorring?

Hjorring is not one of the top famous Danish cities and towns but of course, being part of the happiest country in the world it definitely has something for every foreign visitor. The town is quite far from capital Copenhagen, and it will take over four hours to get there. Hjorring is one of the …

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Three Unique Places in Denmark

Today it won’t be about Copenhagen, or other major cities. This time we’ll explore sights only Danes know about. They’re located in comparatively smaller cities, which is why there is a lack of attention here. For this reason, there is no better tourist destination where there are no tourists. This means there is no noise, …

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Aalborg Carnival 2011

In the period from May 22 till May 28, 2011 in the Danish city of Aalborg located in northern part of Jutland, the Aalborg Carnival was held. Founders of the Aalborg Carnival are Kirsti Thorvaldsen, Ebbe Lauridsen, Kaj Steensgård and Bramwell Flyckt, who organized the first Carnival in 1983 and created association called “Carnival in …

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