Discover the delight that is Denmark
Copenhagen stands on the site of a 10th-century Viking village. The city became the capital of Denmark in the 15th century.
Tivoli Gardens -
Start as you mean to go on by having fun at the famous Tivoli Gardens. Opened in 1843.
National Gallery of Denmark -
The National Gallery of Denmark is where to browse the largest collection of Danish art from the 1700s.
National Aquarium Denmark -
Also known as Den Blå Planet, this is the largest aquarium in Northern Europe.
Amalienborg Palace - The palace is home to the Danish royal family, and the ceremony is carried out by soldiers of the Royal Guard.
Rosenborg Castle -
Always worth seeking out is Rosenborg Castle, a 17th-century fortified palace that was originally built as a grand summerhouse for Christian IV.
The Little Mermaid -
An essential must-see on any Copenhagen sightseeing itinerary is this iconic bronze statue by Edvard Eriksen.
The Copenhagen restaurant scene is one of the world's most innovative, exemplified by the three-Michelin-starred Noma, one of the best restaurants in the world.
If you're not staying in Copenhagen but still yearning for some Tivoli-like entertainment, spend a few hours at Dyrehavsbakken, also known as Bakken.
Lego House, Billund -
Lego House is the birthplace of the iconic Lego brick. The Lego Group was founded in 1932 and today is one of the largest toy companies in the world.
Kronborg Castle, Helsingør -
Immortalized as Elsinore in William Shakespeare's play 'Hamlet,' Kronborg Slot (Kronborg Castle) dates back to the mid-15th century.
Egeskov Castle, Kværndrup -
Europe's best-preserved Renaissance moat-castle is found on the island of Funen, south of Odense.
Hans Christian Andersen Museum, Odense - Hans Christian Andersen (1805–1875) is one of Denmark's most revered authors, celebrated especially for his fairy-tales.
Roskilde Cathedral, Zealand -
Roskilde Cathedral is the most important church in Denmark.