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Holiday rentals and lettings in Denmark
Thinking of taking your family on a holiday to Denmark, why not start by booking luxurious holiday rentals in Copenhagen, or a comfy holiday house in Esbjerg? Denmark offers travellers both private rentals and inexpensive holiday houses. Visitors can book holiday rentals in all the major cities such as Copenhagen, Lokken, and Esbjerg. There are several luxurious rooms at the heart of the city where visitors can have a panoramic view from the balcony. Those who prefer secluded houses can book holiday lettings in the countryside where they wake up to the sound of hummingbirds welcoming the rising sun.Holiday rentals for all classes of travellers
The holiday lettings in Denmark come in all sizes ranging from small rooms for couples and large properties for travel clubs and corporate executives. Several upmarket properties in Copenhagen are spacious with lush green compounds and whistling willow trees in the background. Most deluxe rooms in the city centre have modern architectural designs and amenities such as saunas and hot tubs. Others are on the seafront, near the beach or with a lake view. Meanwhile, the country houses are Nordic-style wooden cabins set up in secluded locations such as forests and small villages.
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The area and getting around
Denmark is a small Nordic country that is famous for its breathtaking ice-carved landscape. The country has several attractions including remarkable juxtaposing of grasslands and fiords and miles of pristine coastline. It is so exotic that it has four World Heritage Sites of the Roskilde Cathedral, the Palaeolithic Tombs, the Kronborg Castle in Helsingor and the Ruins and Church of Jelling. Denmark is unique in its rare combination of modernity and entrenched traditions that will intrigue any traveller. The country has several castles and palaces interspersed between spectacular landscapes due to its history as a kingdom. The stunning sights include shapeshifting floating dunes that change location every year and magnificent cliffs and beaches that seem to be out of a fairytale. Visitors can alternate between marvelling at historic Viking sites and modern monuments such as the floating sculpture and the Maritime Museum.Tour the city
Copenhagen is a quaint city that epitomises the contrasting charms to be had in Denmark. Copenhagen is a popular travel destination not least because it is surrounded by the Baltic and the North Sea. Visitors can start their tour by marvelling at the Oresund Bridge, which is the longest bridge in Europe measuring roughly five miles. It is roughly 10km from Copenhagen and accessible by cab.
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Fancy an interactive museum adventure? The Viking Ship Museum is a collection of all the different types of ships used by the Vikings to travel around Nordic region and other parts of Europe. Apart from showcasing its rare collection, it also offers visitors a chance to sail on the remarkable boats! You can sail along with your friends and participate in navigating the ship together with the crew.Denmark for families
If you have brought along your children, you should take them to the Hans Christian Andersen Museum for a chance to see the home of literary royalty. Hans was a prolific author of children's books with several titles. The museum narrates his life and exhibitions of his paintings and drawings. You can also take the children to listening posts to hear narrations of their favourite Hans story. Afterwards, you can take the children to the Maritime Museum created by Bjarke Ingels. Visitors access it by climbing down the underground stairs to take a tour of the maritime history of the country. It is only a view minutes ride on a speed boat from Copenhagen.
The Oresund Bridge is the longest in Europe measuring five miles and connects Denmark to Sweden.
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Thy National Park offers rugged landscapes that are only disrupted by sprawling pine forests and the inevitable coastline. The park is a treat for bird watchers with over 30 species including otters.2. Visit Egeskov Castle
Egeskov Castle is a sight to behold with its golden brown brick walls and elegant structures based on Renaissance architectural styles. It includes the Knights Hall, beautiful spires and a functional moat.3. The Den Tilsandede Kirke
The Den Tilsandede Kirke is a buried church dating back to the 14th century and was a tribute to Saint Laurence who blessed seafarers at the time. Worshipers used to visit the church even as it was partly covered by sand until 1795 when it was closed.4. Explore Viking history
Lindholm Hoje is a magnificent Viking grave that shades on modern cemeteries. The site dates back to the Iron Age and features around 700 graves and 150 intricately carved stone ships.5. Tour the Kastellet
Take a tour of the Kastellet which is an old fortress designed to look like a star. It has bastions on each of the five edges that were meant to protect Copenhagen from invasions. Inside the monument are a church, a windmill, and a citadel.