Beyond the bustling capital city of Copenhagen, Denmark offers tourists a unique and memorable escape – it has, after all, been named the world’s happiest country on more than one occasion. Despite its modest size, there’s plenty to keep visitors occupied: from the plethora of museums and art galleries, to its world-class food scene, charming rural landscapes and hundreds of picturesque islands. Better yet, it takes just 90 minutes to fly there from the UK.

Explore our travel experts’ guides and discover the best things to do, where to eat and stay.

FAQs about Denmark



Top attractions in Denmark

Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen
Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen
  1. Frederiksborg Castle

    Located in Hillerød, Frederiksborg Slot was originally built as a royal palace for King Christian IV of Denmark-Norway in the early 17th century.

  2. Tivoli Gardens

    This theme park in the heart of Copenhagen is perfect for all ages. It’s not just about roller coasters and heritage-style rides; pockets of calm include manicured gardens, fountains and an aquarium.

  3. Legoland

    Speaking of theme parks, no trip to Denmark would be complete without a visit to the OG Legoland. The Billund resort includes rides, a zoo, cafes and an aquadome.

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