Popular routes: Denmark
Denmark is a beautiful and diverse country with many interesting driving routes. Here are some popular routes for travelers:
Copenhagen and surroundings:
Start your trip in Denmark's capital, Copenhagen, and explore its historic districts such as the Old Town (Gamla Stan) and Christianshavn.
Visit Amalienborg Royal Palace, Tivoli and the National Museum of Denmark.
Spend a day by the sea in Nørrebro or stroll down Strøget for some shopping.
Southern Denmark and Funen:
Drive south through Zealand and visit Funen to see the famous Faretsund Bridge (Storebæltsbroen) and Svendborgsundbroen Bridge.
In Funen, visit Odense and its museums, as well as the Hans Christian Andersen Museum.
Continue south and visit the island of Lolland, home of the famous Legoland
Northern Denmark and Jutland:
Travel north to see the beautiful North Sea beaches and visit the town of Aarhus with its many museums and universities.
Head west to explore Jutland, home to the Wadden Sea National Park and numerous coastal towns.
Don't forget to visit Legoland in Billund, especially if you are traveling with children.
Bornholm and Bornholm:
Travel to the island of Bornholm and Bornholm to enjoy beautiful nature, beaches and historical sites.
Visit ancient fortresses and mills, and explore the amazing landscape of the islands.
Helsingor and Hamlet Castle:
Travel north from Copenhagen to the city of Helsingør and visit the famous Kronborg Castle, which inspired Shakespeare to write Hamlet.
Stroll around the city and visit the pretty port, museums and cafes.
These are just a few of the many amazing places to visit in Denmark. Choose the route that best suits your interests and time and enjoy the amazing views and cultural heritage of this wonderful country.