Due to three massive fires, Chistiansborg Palace was built in 1740, 1794, and 1928. With a walk through the “Velvet Room” and the “Great Hall”, visitors can get a glimpse into the royal family’s life and discover the rooms where the Queen hosts the palace’s guests and holds gala dinners.
Christiansborg Palace, Prins Jørgens Gård 1, Copenhagen, +45 33 92 64 92
Jægersborg Dyrehave is a vast-forest park located approximately 40 minutes north of Copenhagen. There, approximately 2000 deer live among ancient-oak trees. A great location for a day-trip not only due to its stunning landscape but also because Bakken, the world’s oldest amusement park, can be found there. In 2015, the forest was included in UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Jægersborg Dyrehave, Klampenborg, + 45 39 97 39 00
The picturesque district with the colorful houses and where Hans Christian Andersen lived during his adulthood is undoubtedly one of the most touristic attractions in Copenhagen and a must-visit for every traveller.
In the Funen Village, visitors can experience Denmark as it was some centuries ago and also get a glimpse of the inhabitants’ lives. At the open-air museum, history comes alive with original buildings from the 17th to the 19th centuries while people dressed in traditional costumes roam around, work, and do all the daily activities they used to four centuries ago.
The Funen Village, Sejerskovvej 20, Odense, +45 65 51 46 01
Go off the beaten track and visit the northernmost part of Denmark where the Skaggerak and Kattegat Seas meet. Every year, millions of tourists head north to Grenen to observe this unique-natural phenomenon.
Escape the city’s hustle and bustle and explore the Danish landscape. Forests surround the cliffs of Møn, and grasslands, ponds, and hills comprise one of the most stunning views in the country.