Zealand (Själland)


Visit the world's oldest amusement park, Bakken - also known as the Dyrehavsbakken, located in Klambenborg only 15 km north of Copenhagen. Here you will find more attractions than at any other amusement park in the Nordic region.

Jægersborg Dyrehave (The Deer Park)

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.

Roskilde Cathedral

Thousands of tourists head to Roskilde every year to see the Gothic Cathedral. Listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995, its construction took place in the 12th and 13th century, and it is the first Gothic Cathedral built of brick.

Lalandia, Rödby

Those who want to make sure to get some tropical heat on their holiday in Denmark should book a few days at Lalandia. A great artificial water world where it is always 30 degrees celsius indoors, and next to both a playland and bowling alleys. A perfect family treat.

Stevns klint

A 12 kilometer long cliff that is up to 41 meters high, and located on the peninsula Stevns in south-eastern Zealand. Here is a very interesting story for those who are interested - the steep white rocks are 65 million years old! In addition, it is a very nice place to visit. Do not miss Höjerup's old church that is on the cliff. It was built by a sailor who had disappeared at sea and promised to build a church if he was rescued.

Frederiksborg Castle

A must-visit attraction, Frederiksborg Castle is not only Scandinavia’s largest Renaissance castle, but it also houses the Museum of National History. A collection of portraits, history paintings, furniture, and decorative art reveal 500 years of Danish history.


Go into the places only locals are familiar with. Visit little known hideouts and avenues that open the mind into what being a local is all about.

What do see in Denmark


Go into the places only locals are familiar with. Visit little known hideouts and avenues that open the mind into what being a local is all about.


Go into the places only locals are familiar with. Visit little known hideouts and avenues that open the mind into what being a local is all about.

Jutland (Jylland)

Skagen’s Museum

An art museum in Skagen, North Jutland which exhibits an extensive collection of works by members of the colony of painters who lived and worked in the area in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Today Skagen’s Museum has more than 1,800 works of art at its disposal and hosts other exhibitions.


Here we enjoy the seven-kilometer long white beach for days, often called one of Denmark's best. It offers good dinners, nice chill in hotel and visits to the interesting Kattegatt center where there are sharks to look at among others. Feel free to take your car over with the Varberg ferry and explore the surrounding area. Grenå is a very good starting point for experiencing this part of Jutland, a peninsula called Djursland where there is a lot to see and do.


Ebeltoft is a charming little town by the sea with a picturesque center with cobbled streets, old half-timbered houses, and narrow, winding alleys. Here it is nice to go and stroll, look in the small shops and have a glass of wine in the garden outside The Skæve Kro, which is centrally located.

Egeskovslot (Funen/ Fyn)

Egeskov Castle is a living castle with a history that stretches for hundreds of years back in time. Here are a series of exhibitions, a world-famous dollhouse and a historic castle garden created between 1722-1740 and today handled by outstanding gardeners.

Møn Island

On the picturesque island of Møn there is the famous Møns klint, which is a chalk cliff of up to 143 m. The cliff was created during the Cretaceaous period and is an unusual sight in Scandinavia. Especially the water below the cliff gets a great color. The medieval town of Stege is also located on Møn and north of Møns klint is Liselund Castle, which is the only castle in the world with thatched roof.

Kronborg Castle

Kronborg Castle—also known as “Elsinore Castle”—offers one of the most remarkable attractions in Denmark and one of the most significant Renaissance castles in Northern Europe. Some say that Kronborg was William’s Shakespeare main inspiration for the world-famous drama Hamlet.

Lindholm Høje Museum

At Lindholm Høje, visitors can see some of the most well-preserved Vikings findings. Houses and fences of a neighboring village, a burial site of 682 graves and 150 stones from the Germanic Iron Age, and Viking ships have been discovered in the area. Moreover, at the Lindholm Høje Museum, visitors can learn about the life of Vikings through innovative and captivating exhibitions.