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Things to do in Denmark
Aalborg - take the family to see the 1,200 animals at Aaalborg Zoo
Every zoo has something special to entice you to come and see its attractions and Aalborg Zoo is no exception as it has possibly the best Polar bear enclosure in the world. Opened in 1999 glass windows allow you to see the bears enjoying their enclosure and swimming underwater in full majesty. The zoo also has numerous other exhibits and is actively working on its breeding program so you have every chance to see a new born animal on your visit
Aarhus - experince the national open air museum of Urdan history and culture
A day out at the National Open Air Museum of Urban History and Culture is like taking a step back in to history. The whole museum is a reproduction of life back in Demark over 100 years ago with buildings, furniture, and people in costume playing the role of old time workers. Walk around the museum and learn what it was like to live here all those years ago. The museum is open 10.00 to 18.00 everyday with special events sometimes in the evenings
Copenhagen - shop at the Stoget pedestrian street
If you like shopping you are going to love Stoget Pedestrian Street in Copenhagen. In addition to being the largest shopping centre in the city it is also the world’s longest pedestrian street at over 1km. What ever you are looking to buy it is probably here with international name brands and local manufacturers all along the street. There are also a number of fascinating attractions down the side streets so be sure to look down them and take time for anything that takes your interest.
Copenhagen - take a boat ride along the old city canals
There is something majestic about viewing a city from the water and Copenhagen is no exception. Take a guided tour on one of the many tour boats, most of which take an hour, or alternatively purchase a day pass and pop on and off the water taxis that crisscross the city. There are different tour routes so make sure you know what you want to see before choosing which one to choose
Copenhagen - take a hair raising ride on the Deamon Rollercoaster at Tivoli gardens
The people of Copenhagen have been enjoying the gardens and amusement park at Tivoli since 1843 making it one of the oldest amusement parks in the world. Families and young couples still use the gardens as a meeting place and to enjoy a relaxing time. There are a number of rides for you to enjoy including the Deamon Rollercoaster or the traditional carrousel. Alternatively take a boat out on the lake or stroll around the floodlit gardens at night
Odense - discover the gardens and architecture of Egeskov Castle
Egeskov Castle is a historical building that is still to this day a private home with many parts of the castle open to the public allowing them to view 450 years of history. The castle is located on a lake and originally was only accessed by a drawbridge. In addition to the castle and its grounds there are a number of museums located in the castle including cars, motorbikes and fire engines. With all this to see and the maze to find your way out of you can easily spend 2 days here
Introduction of Denmark
Consisting of a large peninsula north of Germany as well as a number of large islands, Denmark is one of Europe's most fascinating destinations. Its wonderful capital, Copenhagen, is located on the island of Zeeland and connected to Sweden by the Oresund Bridge. Its medieval centre, hosting historical churches and pedestrianised shopping, is a great place to explore on foot, while the rest of the city can be discovered by bicycle or using the excellent public transport system. The country is well-known for its open-air museums which depict ancient times in beautifully-restored buildings. The best ones are in the cities of Aarhus and Odense. From Aarhus, guests can head west to Herning, which offers great access to scenic west coast beaches. Alternatively, travellers can head south to LEGOLAND, a haven for both families and older visitors who have yet to grow up. In the far north, Aalborg is home to a quaint and historic centre which features one of the liveliest bar streets in the country, Jomfru Ane Gade. This is an expensive country to visit, with a high sales tax on many purchases. Denmark hotels are no exception to the high prices and visitors should budget accordingly.