Denmark is the smallest of the Scandinavian countries, it is also the warmest thanks to its friendly population. From the shores of the North Sea to the Baltic, between fjords and countryside, a trip to Denmark will quietly charm you.
Take a flight to Copenhagen, to meet a nation of people happy to welcome you, in a country where life is good. Get into their rhythm, rent a bike and get around on the cycle paths, to discover the interesting parts of this country on a human scale. The traditional façades have a picture-postcard allure. The sleek design boutiques are interspersed with thrift shops.
Wander freely in the Rosenborg Castle Gardens, before diving into the colourful atmosphere of the alternative Christiana district. Along the canal that runs through the Nyhavn, many renowned bars and restaurants await you. The atmosphere there is electric at night.
In your travel guide of Denmark, you're sure the find the address of many good eateries. Let yourself be tempted by new Danish cuisine, which is at the forefront of the Scandinavian cuisine. The National Museum of Denmark, brilliantly renovated, tells you about the history of the Vikings. And don't leave Copenhagen without greeting The Little Mermaid sitting on a rock, the emblem of the city.
A trip to Denmark is also the chance to dive into the cold water of the fjords in the summer. Rejuvenate yourself surrounded by nature in the region of Zealand, in the north. If you're a family, visiting the famous Legoland park will amuse the kids. Many other treasures await you in Denmark, like the luxurious Egeskov Castle, a masterpiece of Renaissance built on stilts, or even Mando Island, where you will feel as though you're the only one in the world there, on the sand dunes between sky and sea.