Denmark

Visiting Denmark

Just like in most Hans Christian Andersen’s tales, there’ll be a happy ending to your journey to Denmark. Expect to be a busy bunny in its wild, wild landscapes before swanning around a multitude of cultured cities and popular tourist attractions. And for Eurocamp customers there’s even more reasons for choosing Denmark. Our high quality accommodation is at Lalandia Billund, Scandinavia’s largest waterpark, and close to LEGOLAND® Billund Resort! 

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Visit Denmark, Aqualandia
Visit Denmark
Visit Denmark

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Explore Austria, Zell am See

Explore Denmark

The most southerly point of Scandinavia, Denmark is a treat for the senses, with untamed landscapes like nowhere else on earth. Go south for beaches with backdrops of dense beech forests. In fact there are so many fjords, islands and beaches here, you’re never far from the sea. But don’t forget the history and culture of its fine cities, with the capital, Copenhagen, amongst the foremost for its blend of classical and modernist architecture, the iconic little mermaid and, of course, the Tivoli Gardens.

Feel Denmark

Feel Denmark

As the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen and with its seafaring traditions, sprawling green countryside, bicycles and herring, Denmark sometimes has a storybook feel to it. There’s a sense of national pride here and visitors will note the lack of poverty, its cleanliness, and the eco-friendly ways of the Danes.

Taste Denmark

Taste Denmark

The famous open sandwiches the Danes call ‘smørrebrød’ can be made with pickled herring, smoked salmon, liver paté and many other ingredients (but not all at the same time). The Danes also love hearty fare such as pan-fried meatballs and roast pork with plenty of crackling. You probably already know of the many fine beers from this part of the world, but you might try Akvavit, a flavoured spirit similar to vodka, but made from potatoes. Strangely, the Danish pastry originated in Vienna.

Denmark Top 5 Attractions

Copenhagen

Copenhagen

A compact city which has the perfect blend of old and new. The best restaurants in Scandinavia, grand royal palaces, great shops, cutting edge attractions, a laid back atmosphere and an effortless sense of style.

Lalandia Aquadome

Lalandia Aquadome Park

A massive 10,000m sq Aquadrome, where the water temperature is a constant 28°C. You’ll find an incredible choice of activities including thrills aplenty.This is the waterpark for kids of all ages!

Odense

Odense

At the very heart of Denmark, Odense is a cultural and historic hotspot and the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen. But despite its historic roots, the city has a vibrant feel and a thriving nightlife built around live music, buzzing cafés and snug pubs.

Seals and Porpoises

Seals and Porpoises

Around the coast of Denmar their distinctive dorsal fins mean porpoises ahoy. There’s also lots of seal colonies where the cute spotted seal abound and, if you’re lucky, grey seals may make an appearance. The island of Rømø is a great place to take a water safari.

Tivoli Gardens

Tivoli Gardens

Whether it’s beautiful flowers and picturesque lakes or rock concerts and wild rides, Tivoli Gardens has been there, done that. It‘s the world’s second largest amusement park and one of Copenhagen’s must see attractions.

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