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Cheap flights from Denmark

Denmark is a country in Scandinavia, a cultural region that also includes Sweden and Norway. Once the seat of power of the Vikings, Denmark transformed into a prosperous nation that actively participates with the political and economic affairs and integration of Europe. Aside from its progressive social policies, liberal social-welfare system, and commercially competitive industries, Denmark is a happy city that seemingly enjoys childlike pleasures in life. After all, Denmark is the birthplace of everyone’s favourite Lego toy.

Where to go

The capital of Denmark, Copenhagen, may be an enormous city, but really, it can be friendly as it gets. Cultural excellence, shopping and entertainment spree, and vibrant nightlife are the main attractions here. Mingle with immigrants in the jolly and vibrant part of Nørrebro; head to the quaint neighbourhood of Østerbro; and tour around the beautifully preserved Citadel. Be a kid at heart in Dyrehavsbakken, the world’s oldest running amusement park. Big in tourist sightseeing servings and intimate in enriching experiences, it is hard not to fall in love with Copenhagen.

Vibrant nightlife can’t get any better in Aalborg, most especially in the crowd favourite Jomfru Ane Gade. As the fourth largest city in Denmark, Aalborg is home picturesque city centre with amazing architectural landmarks. Visit the Jens Bangs Stenhus, a beautiful renaissance house standing still since 1624, or simply let your thoughts linger in the Royal Taxhouse, a landmark that attests to national romantic architecture. Next to this, you will find a musical fountain that plays by the hour. Take home a piece of Aalborg with you and buy good finds in Algade and Bispensgade, the main shopping streets.

From Copenhagen Airport, you can reach nearby international destinations such as the diverse country of France. By simply looking at its prosperous cities, France is a threshold of treasures. Almost everyone want to set foot in Paris, the cosmopolitan capital of France, the Fashion Capital, the City of Light, and the possibilities of this city bagging other titles are endless. It is home to the world’s famous and renowned fashion designers and cosmetics, the iconic Eiffel Tower, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site River Seine. These are all just crème de la crème, much of Paris’ districts and suburbs are left to the wandering tourists for exploration.

From Copenhagen Airport, you can trot halfway around the world and reach the far-flung sunny city of San Francisco via an 11-hour flight time. A huge, compact city at the tip of a peninsula, San Francisco offers multitude of things to do: a quick island escape, historic sites to marvel at, and entertainment options in the city lounge. One of the best ways to see San Francisco is to go on a harbour tour, which provides scenic views of the bay, the bridges, the island of Alcatraz, and the city itself. If you want to go down specifically to the now defunct prison island of Alcatraz, you must look for a specific harbour tour that provides this option. Of course, a selfie with the iconic Golden Gate Bridge is an opportunity too good to pass. From the Golden Gate Bridge, you can see the Presidio, a former military post that has an ornate architecture and beautiful park setting. It also houses the gorgeous Palace of Fine Arts that is reminiscent of Roman and Greek architecture. You can also spend countless days in Fisherman’s Wharf, called by many as a tourist trap with its amazing set of street entertainers. Needless to say, the place itself is home to several seafood restaurants that serve the finest and the fresh catch for the day.

How to get out

Denmark is being served by two major airports, alongside with three airports that also serve as a gateway to the country. Among these, most tourists find themselves arriving and departing at Copenhagen Airport, the largest airport in Scandinavia. Copenhagen Airport is being served by 75 airlines plying international destinations as far as Toronto, San Francisco, and Singapore, among others, as well as domestic destinations that connect Copenhagen to the Aalborg Airport in Aalborg Municipality, and Aarhus Airport in Tirstrup. Next to Copenhagen Airport is Billund Airport, the second largest in the country. Billund Airport serves as one of Denmark’s busiest air cargo centres, and frequented by charter airline destination. Billund Airport is also being served by 20 airlines that ply majorly to domestic destinations.

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