Denmark Holidays – Are you looking for a holiday in Denmark this summer? Denmark has much to offer as a holiday destination. Besides the colorful villages and towns, it possesses kilometers of child friendly sandy beaches, beautiful forests and heathlands. But also culturally, thanks to the Vikings and the Great Danish government, this South Scandinavian country provides lots of things to see and explore. Especially for you, we found some good and reliable travel agencies, who offer affordable holidays to Denmark. So check them out below and book your holiday, fast and safe online!
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Coach Tours – Denmark is a wonderful holiday destination where you can enjoy many historical and cultural attractions. But you can also enjoy peace and quiet, during your coach trip to Denmark. You can visit diverse natural areas, forests, seemingly endless beaches, sometimes rugged coastlines and vast grasslands. White churches form the center pieces of the villages, and at the coast you will find cute Viking towns with colored houses. A holiday to Denmark can easily be combined with a trip to the other Nordic countries.
Campsites – During your vacation in Denmark you can enjoy a nice camping holiday at one of the many camping sites and enjoy the spectacular views. Whether you enjoy camping in a tent, a camper or caravan, the quality of the Danish campsites is among the best in Europe.
City Break Copenhagen – Copenhagen is a city known for its Danish residential design and current trends. But it has much more to offer:
Tivoli – Not to be missed during a city break in Copenhagen are the world famous Tivoli Gardens.
Little Mermaid – This statue can be seen at the Copenhagen harbour. The little mermaid statue is obviously worth a visit because of its prominence in the famous fairy tale.
Det Kongelige Bibliotek – The national library is perhaps not a world attraction, but still worth a visit while in Copenhagen.
Nyhavn – This port is also called the ‘New Harbour’ and has been an attraction for most of the tourists visiting Copenhagen, because of the many restaurants and bars.
Amalienborg – Amalienborg is the palace where the Danish Queen and her sons reside. The palace is still in use, but you can still visit the museum inside the residence.
Kronborg Castle – A beautiful castle that once served as a lookout.
Shopping can be done in the longest shopping street of Europe; Stroget. You can also find many fun and interesting shops in the nearby Kompagnistraede are. The many picturesque canals and Nyhavn, form the real heart of the city of Copenhagen, together with its many shops, trendy restaurants and cozy cafes where in former times, rugged sailors enjoyed their time ashore. Smørrebrød and salmon are typical Danish specialties and are served with a smile.
Holiday Homes– An average holiday home (or summer house, as the Danes call their holiday home) has 4 to 6 beds. There are of course, larger houses with more rooms. Most of these are located mainly along the west coast of Denmark. Here the cottages offer space to up to 12 people. Danish holiday homes are spread throughout the country. In North Jutland, West Jutland and on the islands of Falster and Mon, Fyn and Bornholm you can find the majority of the holiday homes.