An Escape to a Fairy Tale of a Country

Experts advise that if embarking on an exploration mission in advance, the traveller’s life may not seem so pricey as the expectation may be. A travel to Denmark may integrate the joining of a guided tour for free, during which the local experts provide tips related to affordable local places to see and things to do. In Copenhagen, for ex., booking online is a preferred option for tourists to grab a themed tour related to the Vikings’ history, or Rosenborg Castle, or the Deer Garden, modern art exhibitions, etc. Renting a bike may add value to collecting impressions, as well as to feel like the local people – electric bikes, with GPS systems, support the endeavour to contribute to environmentally-friendly practices and a healthy lifestyle. Renting a small boat may also prove to be a stimulating family experience.

Via online platforms, an affordable voucher may be obtained to visit the Legoland, the original park, located in Billund, Denmark. Such a family adventure may cover a long weekend or a summer period, like the end of August when less people are available. Tens of attractions may be integrated into the agenda of the travellers and tourists, and events – like flying through a four-dimensional space – may encompass once-in-a-lifetime experiences.

Going coastal during a travel to Denmark brings home ideas dependent on cycling, or kayaking, or similar. The Danish island of Tåsinge is one possible, affordable destination in this respect, where history and nature have a strong say. Special shelters at reasonable prices cheer up addicts to outdoor travelling. The concept is linked with the fisherman’s hut.
The student city, Aarhus – the second-largest city – has acquired fame as the European capital of culture next year, in parallel with Paphos in Cyprus. Food – ranking among the world’s best – is enshrined in the culture of the city and its approach to well-being. Professional young teams opt for local products only, and an emblematic example is the herb oil.
Hans Christian Andersen – the fairy-tale author – drives the tourists’ curiosity to his birthplace, Odense. A crucial component of a travel to Denmark, a jump to the city allows for entering into a fantasy world of waterways, green spaces, castles, an open-air opera, or Europe’s unique zoo… Local people say that Odense serves the most delicious local beers in a way that nowhere else is proceeded like that: young comedians and street art contribute to the picture too.

Islands around Denmark have attracted creative minds for centuries. An escape there may shed further light on this certitude.

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