TOP places to visit in Denmark

  1. Copenhagen – The capital city of Denmark and one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country.
  2. Tivoli Gardens – A famous amusement park in the heart of Copenhagen with rides, games, and gardens.
  3. The Little Mermaid Statue – A bronze statue located in the harbor of Copenhagen, inspired by the fairytale of the same name.
  4. Kronborg Castle – A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a Renaissance castle located in Helsingør.
  5. Frederiksborg Castle – A magnificent castle located in Hillerød, known for its stunning Baroque-style gardens.
  6. Aarhus – Denmark’s second-largest city, home to museums, galleries, and historic landmarks.
  7. Legoland Billund – A popular amusement park with more than 50 rides and attractions made from Lego bricks.
  8. Bornholm – A picturesque island located in the Baltic Sea, known for its sandy beaches and unique rock formations.
  9. Skagen – A town located at the northernmost tip of Denmark, known for its sandy beaches and picturesque landscapes.
  10. Ribe – Denmark’s oldest town, known for its well-preserved medieval architecture and historic landmarks.
  11. Odense – The birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen, known for its charming old town and cultural landmarks.
  12. Roskilde Cathedral – A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a Gothic-style cathedral located in Roskilde.
  13. Aalborg – A vibrant city located in northern Jutland, known for its lively nightlife and historic landmarks.
  14. Dyrehaven – A vast park located in Klampenborg, known for its herds of wild deer and stunning landscapes.
  15. Egeskov Castle – A Renaissance castle located in the southern part of Funen, known for its impressive collection of antique cars.
  16. Viking Ship Museum – A museum located in Roskilde, showcasing five Viking ships from the 11th century.
  17. Fårup Sommerland – A popular amusement park located in North Jutland, known for its roller coasters and water rides.
  18. The National Museum of Denmark – A museum located in Copenhagen, showcasing Danish history and culture.
  19. Møns Klint – A natural landmark located on the island of Møn, known for its steep chalk cliffs and stunning views.
  20. The Round Tower – A famous tower located in the heart of Copenhagen, offering panoramic views of the city.