Continent Denmark

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Why Travel Denmark ?

Denmark is a country comprising the Jutland peninsula and its offshore islands, linking Northern Europe and Scandinavia via the Öresund bridge. On Zealand, the capital, Copenhagen is home to the rococo Frederiksstaden district and its royal palaces, Tivoli pleasure gardens and the “Little Mermaid” statue.

 
When in Denmark, you can’t miss one of the world's biggest gatherings of Santa Clauses that takes place in July at Bakken—the world’s oldest amusement park, just a short drive north of Copenhagen. Also worth a visit is Rubjerg Knude lighthouse that is a famous and a popular landmark in Denmark, visited by thousands each year. It remained in operation until 1968 but now stands abandoned, waiting to be overcome by sand. Climb the dramatic dunes to see it before it gets buried completely!

 
Next, if you are close to Skagen in North Jutland, you’ll find the largest migrating dune in Northern Europe. Råbjerg Mile has been shifting to the North East with up to 18 metres a year for the last 300 years, and you can see the trail it's left behind on the countryside. Also, worth a visit is the Bridge (Broen) that half disappears underwater, to let ships pass into the Baltic Sea. You can often see fantastic views of the bridge before landing at Copenhagen Airport, but you can also see it disappear beneath the sea from Copenhagen's beaches.

 
Møns Klint is one of Denmark's must-see landmarks. Aside of the dramatic scenery and lovely walks on top of the cliffs and on the beach, you can also gather pieces of prehistoric times on fossil hunts, in association with Geocenter Møns Klint. Lastly don’t miss diving at the Kastrup Sea Bath, which is an ultra-modern wooden boardwalk that turns the ocean into a swimming pool.

 

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