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Denmark is a Nordic country in Scandinavia, situated southwest of Sweden and south of Norway, and bordered by Germany to the south. Denmark is part of the Kingdom of Denmark, along with two autonomous constituent countries in the North Atlantic Ocean, the Faroe Islands, and Greenland. Its capital is Copenhagen. Denmark is famous for being the birthplace of one of the most popular toys in the world, Lego. As a tourist destination, Denmark also offers striking Viking ruins, medieval churches, Renaissance castles, and other impressive structures. Another bonus is that Denmark is consistently reported to be one of the happiest nations in the world and has some of the best quality of life – which greatly describe one of the best places a traveller could visit.

What to see & do

Frederiksborg Palace - Frederiksborg Palace, also called Frederiksborg Castle, is a palace in Hillerød that was originally built as a royal residence for King Christian IV. Today, it serves as a museum of national history. The palace is situated on the three small islands in Palace Lake, adjoined by a large Baroque-style formal garden. The museum contains a collection of significant portraits and historical paintings.

The Little Mermaid - The Little Mermaid is a well-known bronze statue on a rock by the waterside of the Langelinie pier, promenade, and park in central Copenhagen. The mermaid statue was made by Danish-Icelandic sculptor Edvard Eriksen in 1903-1913. The Little Mermaid is 1.25 metres tall and weighs 175 kilograms. Despite its small size, the Little Mermaid statue is an important icon of Copenhagen and is a major tourist attraction in the area.

Tivoli Gardens - Tivoli is a well-known amusement park and pleasure garden in Copenhagen. Opened on August 1843, the park is the second oldest amusement park in the world. The park has an area of 21 acres, with a beautiful landscape of over 400,000 colourful flowers, fountains, and buildings with impressive architecture. At night, the park is illuminated with over 111,000 custom-designed lights. Another famous attraction of Tivoli is its wooden rollercoaster, the Rutschebanen (also called Bjergbanen or the Mountain Coaster). It is one of the oldest rollercoasters in the world that’s still operating. The Star Flyer, on the other hand, which opened in the park in 2006, is the world's second tallest carousel.

How to get around within Denmark

Transportation in each region in Denmark is provided by its own local public transportation company. One way to travel long distance is by bus service, and another is by using the primary Danish train company Danish State Railways (DSB). Car rental agencies rent out vehicles to tourists who want to travel independently; the roads in Denmark are well-maintained and the Danes generally adhere to road rules.

How to get there

Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup, also called Copenhagen Airport, is the primary international airport serving Copenhagen Denmark, located on the island of Amager, 8 kilometres south of the city centre. Copenhagen Airport is one of the oldest international airports in Europe and the largest airport in the Nordic countries, also serving the entire Zealand, the Øresund Region, and a rather large part of southern Sweden. Flights at Copenhagen Airport operate to and from international airports in Europe, Canada, and some parts of Asia, including Athens, Berlin, Moscow, Amsterdam, Madrid, Toronto, Bangok, Singapor, and Lisbon.

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