Here our top 10 reasons why you should visit Denmark:
1. Viking Ship Museum
You should not leave Denmark without seeing the Viking Ship Museum in Roskil. It is quite a different experience to see the ships from the Vikings, who have a very important place in the history of world shipping, and how these ships are made.
2. Billund Legoland Resort
Adults also enjoy a pleasant time in Legoland, Denmark’s favorite place for children. In Legoland, it is quite pleasant to see the legendary examples of the world’s most famous buildings, the legacy-built cities. Some parts in Legoland are reserved for mere and only child walks, and even parental access is prohibited.
3. Beautiful City Copenhagen
Copenhagen is one of the most livable cities in the world, bicycle use is quite common in this small city, and it is almost as close to walking distance as everywhere.
It could be one of the first places in Europe for lovers of Danish food. Noma is the 4th best restaurant in the world and is located in Copenhagen. You can join Scandinavian cuisine in many restaurants across Denmark. For cheaper options, you can try street food.
Have you ever thought of beach vacation in Northern Europe? There are many reasons to do this in Denmark. With 8,700 km of sandy beaches and hundreds of sandy beaches on holiday island, you can throw away all your stress.
6. Historical Face
You do not have to be history buffs or a Viking enthusiast to discover the rich and ancient history of Denmark. Visiting the streets of Danish towns and cities, seeing historical buildings, visiting monuments will leave you with history. Besides these, you can stay in Viking camps, see the animated version of the battles and visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
According to the Global Peace Index, Denmark is the most peaceful country in the world after Iceland. You can hike in its magnificent nature, cycling on popular bicycle routes.
8. Beautiful Women
Danish women are among the most beautiful women in the world. Scarlett Johansson, who is shown as one of the most beautiful women in the world, is Danish-born.
Aarhus is another reason to visit Denmark. It is not only the second largest city in the country, it is also the cultural center of Denmark.
10. Skagen Peninsula
Skagen peninsula, the northernmost part of Denmark, is known as the point where two seas meet. The area has stunning sandy beaches, including Løkken, known for its beach clubs. Here is a historical icon of the St. Lawrence Church, 18th century buried with sand dunes and only the church tower is visible.
Best Time to Travel to Denmark
Although Denmark is part of Scandinavia, it is not exposed to freezing temperatures. Temperatures fall below zero in January and February – thanks to hot water flows – but they are never intolerable. Although the country’s winters are not as hard as the rest of Scandinavia, it is not suitable for visiting the country between November and March.
During this time you can find only snow, cold winds and closed tourism offices in Denmark. For this reason, the best time to visit the country is between April and November, when the weather is temperate.
July and August are the most touristic periods and can also be a difficult season to find accommodation. The average temperature in these months is 17 degrees.
The Danish climate is rainy throughout the year so you should prepare yourself for it. Particularly in the summer months, half of a month is rainy. The hottest period is experienced in July. This is the period when the average temperature is between 20 and 26 degrees.
Another ideal period to visit the country is September. This time period, especially preferred by surfers, is the most intense way of organizing cycling tours in nature.
The autonomous government of Denmark, Faroe Islands, has a temperate climate. In the region under the influence of the Gulf Stream flows, winters are warmer than in Denmark; but the sky is more cloudy and windy than Denmark. Summers are cooler than Denmark.
Also Read: The Regions of Denmark
Seasons in Denmark
- Spring – March, April and May.
- Summer – June, July and August.
- Autumn – September, October and November.
- Winter – December, January and February.