DENMARK  |  Denmark Travel Guide
Wednesday, March 3, 2021



Destinations in Denmark (7)

  • Aarhus, Denmark

    Aarhus, Århus in Danish, is the unofficial capital of Jutland and a university town bubbling with student energy. It has the second oldest and largest university in Denmark, and a youth culture centered around cafés,...

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  • Copenhagen, Denmark

    Copenhagen, København in Danish, is most famously the adopted home of Hans Christian Andersen, fairy tale writer of yore. It is also the capital and largest city of Denmark, and the most famous, richest and most...

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  • Funen, Denmark

    Funen (Fyn in Danish) is the name of the island and county right in the middle of Denmark between Jutland and Sealand. The island is known as the garden of Denmark and one of the best times to visit is in the spring when cherry...

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  • Great Castles of Denmark

    Great Castles of Denmark. The 10 greatest, best, most popular, most picturesque, most famous castles in Denmark, including Kronborg Castle, among others.

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  • North Jutland, Denmark

    North Jutland is Denmark's largest county, encompassing virtually the entire northern quarter of Jutland, which is to say approximately 15% of the total area of Denmark. It sweeps across from Mariagerfjord in the south to Grenen...

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