In the peace and tranquility of this small country of Denmark, it is difficult to imagine the barbaric Vikings roaming around with their swords and spears. Tourists of all types will find Denmark an amazing destination for a picturesque country with ancient ruins ranging from sandy beaches, fjords, and bays to ring forts, castles and ruins. It is best to visit Denmark during August but April to October is quite acceptable as the weather is hospitable during this time.
Den Gamle By
Den Gamle By is a collection of historic houses that are collected from across Denmark and taken to this park. Several buildings were torn to pieces, numbered, and remodeled on-site. It is time to go back and see how people live in Denmark. This can easily take a full day to detect.
It is also a great place to spend an afternoon. AROS is an art museum that contains both modern and classic art. Some are cool, like “boy”, while, in my opinion, some modern art looks like a “slap in the face”. I really like the museum except for the so-called Art Nouveau, and I usually cross the area quickly, as only a few pieces are worth a second look. The rest of the place is amazing.
It is dedicated to the discovery of the Iron Age and the Vikings. There you can see Denmark’s oldest bogman, see real Viking houses (rebuilt) and experience real live Viking wars. It is so much fun. There is an entrance to the museum and interior galleries, but it is possible to roam around the grounds for free and see many buildings.
Funen is another place that should be included in every itinerary. The place is referred to as the “Garden of Denmark” because its rural side is only beautiful with palaces, castles, and everything else that you can relate to from the time of kings and mysticism, housing ancient parks, and gardens. d the city hosts a celebration every July and August that remembers him and his business.
Located in the Lowland region of Denmark, is Denmark’s largest park, with a variety of plants and animals that can be found here. Bornholm has a castle in the Hammarshus ruins and a tourist treat in addition to Elsinore which is the site of a large palace called Kronborg.
It is a theme park in the south of the city and resembles Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, but Frieden says more about recreation and less about parks. There are loads of games, including the famous Cobra, and lots of concerts and events – a great place for children and families.
AaConcert Hall Aarhus
This is another great place to visit. You can actually enter the hall for free and walk around if there is no big concert going on. But it is worth getting a ticket to one of the many parties or activities happening almost daily. Many concerts are free or have a very low entry fee. Great family event.
These are places you will really enjoy visiting; Most of them are places where you can spend an entire day or afternoon trip with your friends or family. One can get a discount on a tourist card. Calculate travel, parking, and possible restaurant discounts. This can save a significant amount depending on the places you visit.