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Discover why the Danes are regularly rated as some of the happiest people on Earth during your trip to Denmark. The safe, clean streets of Copenhagen are the perfect place to start your Denmark vacation. Then travel beyond the capital to soak up a mesmerizing array of attractions, from Helsingor’s Kronborg Castle – the backdrop to Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’ – to the endless smiles of the original Legoland in Billund.
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When to go to Denmark
The summer months between June and August are regularly considered the best time to visit Denmark because of the combination of great weather and long days. Campsites along lakes and on the country’s coast fill up quickly during this time since Danes are also off on their vacations. To avoid crowds, consider April or May instead when spring temperatures average 18°C to 21°C. Fall (September and October) is another good time to visit, while there is Christmas, and winter sports to look forward to during December and January. Learn more.
How long to stay in Denmark
A long-weekend visit to Denmark lasting as little as three days gives you the chance to explore Copenhagen. With five days, you can add day trips to destinations like Odense, the charming birth town of Hans Christian Andersen, and the world’s oldest amusement park in Bakken.
Do not miss out on a trip to the country’s second-biggest city and the former European capital of culture, Aarhus, if you plan to spend seven days in Denmark. Aarhus’s atmospheric old town and a plethora of museums will have you spellbound. If you are planning to spend ten days in Denmark, you can also include time in North Jutland, known for its expansive beaches and wild landscapes.
Must-visit destinations in Denmark
Denmark itineraries often start among the delights of Copenhagen – and with a good reason. Beyond the capital, there is a myriad of other destinations worth considering. Animal lovers will not want to miss Wadden Sea National Park, home to seals and migratory birds, while history buffs might as well include Roskilde. Its medieval cathedral is home to the remains of 40 kings and queens and its Viking museum has some of the best examples of longships anywhere in Europe. Other highlights of the country include the cobblestone town of Dragor and the twelfth-century castle at Nyborg.
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