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  • 1 Copenhagen, the lucky capital

    Pedestrian, 11 km, 2 days

    Denmark is said to have the happiest people in all European countries. A visit to Copenhagen is, therefore, a must! On arrival, the first thing to do is head straight to the city’s most characteristic neighbourhood: the old port of Nyhavn.

  • 2 The northern headland of Jutland

    By car, 113 km, 1 day

    The best way to explore the northern headland of Jutland is to start off at the lively town of Åalborg, near which lies Lindholm Høje, the ancient Viking burial ground, where some of the graves are laid out in the form of ships. From there you should..

  • 3 Jutland : from Åarhus to Åalborg

    By car, 147 km, 1 day

    Occupying an ideal position at the end of a wide bay protected by an island, Åarhus is the economic and cultural capital of East Denmark. It makes a perfect starting point for exploring Jutlands' huge plains, right over to Åalborg, where the national..

  • 4 The southern Jutland peninsula

    By car, 134 km, 1 day

    Lying close to the German border, Tønder is a welcoming town famous for its 18thC houses. Be sure to visit the mediaeval towns of Ribe and Kolding, as well: the first for its evocative atmosphere of former times, and the second for its 13thC castle. ..

  • 5 The Fionie, the garden of Denmark

    By car, 101 km, 1 day

    With a surface area of 3500km2, the Fionie is the second of the Danish islands situated between the Jutland (to which it is linked by a bridge) in the west and the Sjaelland in the east. The island's most important town is Odense. Near the picturesqu..

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