Denmark is the gateway to Scandinavia and an underrated gem in northern Europe. Most visitors to Denmark begin in the enchanting capital city of Copenhagen. It’s full of picturesque canals, Renaissance castles and winding cobblestone streets of pasted houses. Danish food is also influencing kitchens around the world with the revolutionary cuisine of New Nordic food.
Denmark is home to great music festivals all over the country. You can visit the chalk cliffs of Møns Klint and the Kronborg Castle, the setting of Shakespeare’s tragedy, Hamlet. When you’re in Denmark you are never far from the sea and the maritime culture can be experienced all over the country. From the other coastal cities like Aarhus and Aalborg to the popular resort beach towns like Skagen – there’s much to explore.
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Here’s everything you need to plan a trip to Denmark! So what are you waiting for?
LANGUAGE: Danish, Faroese, Greenlandic, German
CURRENCY: Danish krone (DKK)
SUITCASE SIX POSTS ON DENMARK
GUIDES, ITINERARIES, & ATTRACTIONS
Visiting Denmark’s Lake District (Jollies and Jaunts)
12 Charming Things to Do in Copenhagen in the Winter (Practical Wanderlust)
A Long Weekend Getaway Guide to Copenhagen, Denmark (Who Do I Do)
Copenhagen Travel Guide: 3 Days in Copenhagen (Aye Wanderful)
Where to Stay in Copenhagen (Everything Copenhagen)
The 10 Most Beautiful Towns in Denmark (The Culture Trip)
Best Views in Copenhagen (Breathe With Us)
6 Traditional Danish Christmas Foods to Eat in Copenhagen in the Winter (Practical Wanderlust)
Noma – What It’s Like to Eat at One of the Best Restaurants in the World (Casual Travelist)
3 Meals: Where to Eat in Copenhagen (Casual Travelist)
The Best Cheap Eats in Copenhagen, Denmark (Expatolife)
Vegetarian Food Guide to Denmark (Aye Wonderful)
How to deal with deposit scams in Copenhagen? (Expatolife)
10 Surprising Things About Denmark (Expatolife)