Danish pastry is synonymous to the country of Denmark. Other major attractions being fairy tales, football matches and the statue of the bronze mermaid sitting on a rock that looks over the city. With a long and interesting historical background, Denmark is rich in culture and heritage. Now, it is one of the most modern and developed nations in Europe and holds in store for you the best itineraries for travel lovers.
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Denmark comprises over 400 islands, out of which only 72 have inhabitants. The peninsular Jutland along with the other main islands comprise the map of the country. Though Zealand is only one-sixth of the country, almost 40% of the Danish people leave there. Jutland is the European mainland which has cities like Ribe, Legoland and the west coast. Funnen and its surrounding islands are famous for the island sea. Zealand, the largest island in Denmark, has the capital of the country, Copenhagen. Other major islands are Lolland-Falster and Bornholm.
Mid-June to Mid-August is the best time to visit Denmark
Danish pastries, amazing architecture, reasonable and delicious food, various kinds of souvenirs, numerous festivals and events
People do not interact much, the unpredictable weather, conservative mentality, too little sunshine.
Denmark has a good range of options to stay, right from budget accommodation to luxurious stays. There are various outdoor camping grounds for people who want to be one with nature. There are many wildlife camping sites in the forests. People looking for budget accommodation can stay in the hostels under Hostelling International network, with over 95 hostels in the country. There are many bed and breakfast options in cities like Copenhagen and Aarhus as well.
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