Denmark Quick Travel Guide
With a travel rating of 54%, Denmark is home to such global icons as literary powerhouse Hans Christian Anderson and the indomitable LEGO toys that is popular with so many children - and some adults. To say that Denmark is somewhat understated would be something of an understatement. The Danes are the perennial overachievers - without drawing much attention to themselves. Two examples of above represent some of Denmark's most popular tourist attractions. The Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen and the Legoland factory are both visited by millions of PlanetHoppers! each year. But these are far from the only travel options. Denmark also has a range of cultural sites, ranging from the Jelling Runic Stones, to Kronborg Castle, which are guaranteed to impress. Oh, by the way, Denmark also offers some great music festivals, including the Copenhagen Jazz Festival and the iconic Roskilde Festival. And there's lots of fun and "amusement" to be had at the world-famous Tivoli Gardens. So, if you're looking for somewhere that may not toot its own horn - but should - this is the place. The only requirement is that you tell all of your friends what an awesome place it is to visit and bring them with you.
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PlanetHop! Travel Rating
Wander through the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark and be amazed by how grand this place really is. As the second largest theme park in Europe, nearly 5 million visitors descend upon this wonderland annually. First opened i....
Try to banish images of Disney's Princess Ariel when you stare out over the water to Denmark's Little Mermaid, a statue based upon the classic tale by Hans Christian Anderson. The statue was first unveiled in 1913 and has been a....
|Coordinates:||56 00 N, 10 00 E|
|Currency:||Danish Kroner (DKK)|
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- Location: Denmark