The smallest country in Scandinavia, Denmark is spread across hundreds of islands wedged between northern Germany and the Scandinavian Peninsula. It's an easy country to explore by road or rail, and aside from some vibrant and easily walkable cities, it offers a varied landscape of pristine beaches, stunning cliffs and fjords, thick forests, rolling meadows and historic villages and towns.
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Cosmopolitan Copenhagen is the most popular destination, followed by family-friendly Legoland in Billund, central Jutland. There are charming cobblestoned streets in Denmark's oldest town of Ribe, great beaches and bike riding on the Danish Riviera north of Copenhagen and on the island of Bornholm adrift in the Baltic, or you can chose between the varying pleasures of the Viking Ship Museum or northern Europe's biggest rock festival at Roskilde.
Copenhagen & Zealand
Head to Copenhagen, which sits on the island of Zealand and is widely held to be one of Europe’s most user-friendly capitals. There are plenty of things to do in Copenhagen, from canal tours to shopping and tasting Denmark's delicate local cuisine.
Greenland may be tiny in numbers but its landscapes pack a big punch. Greenland is rarely on a seasoned traveller's radar, but once they delve into its glacier-dotted fjords, world-famous ice sheets and quaint historic villages, they're often stunned.
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