Located in Northern Europe, Denmark consists of the peninsula of Jutland and 443 named islands, 72 of which are inhabited. While Denmark has plentiful greenery, much of the country is highly urbanized, such as the capital, Copenhagen, that was originally a small Viking fishing village. Today, it is home to a lavish opera house, a highly-ranked university, and a stunning palace, as well as the likes of award-winning theaters, museums, and restaurants.
But what exactly makes sightseeing in Denmark so special? The question is, what doesn’t? Denmark is full of captivating landmarks that leave tourists wanting more, and the food alone is worth going sightseeing for; after all, who doesn’t love smørrebrød, or open sandwiches piled with fresh fish?
Owing to its flatness, extreme mountain biking in Denmark isn’t really applicable, but for the extremists out there, don’t let that put you off. Denmark’s plethora of rivers, green fields galore, and beaches, make up for the lack of elevation. Native guides know exactly where the best sightseeing spots are in Denmark, and they’re up for any sort of adventure; they’re enthusiastic to share their charming country with you, and all you have to do is wear a good pair of walking shoes because once you start exploring, you won’t want to stop.
Sightseeing guides in Denmark are walking encyclopedias – they know the ins and outs of the country better than Wikipedia – and their knowledge spans from stories of bygone days to the country’s current affairs. Your guide may have a University degree in marketing, but his true passion will lie in Danish culture, and its heritage and history.Read More ...