In downtown Copenhagen's Latin quarter, just off the Strøget (the famed shoppers' walk), is the Hotel Skt. Petri. The very large building was previously home to the Daells Varehus department store, and the hotel's exterior retains the quaint, retro-futuristic look of the 75-year-old building....
Skagen is not somewhere you pass through. It is somewhere you go and can go no further. The end of the journey.
The Old Town, National Open Air Museum of Urban History and Culture. In 2009 The Old Town celebrates its 100th anniversary.
The Museum contains over 5,000 different species of animals from all over the World - many in settings displaying the animals' natural habitats.
The little house where H.C. Andersen lived with his parents from the age of 2 to 14, was opened as a museum in 1930. The house contains the very humble rooms which comprised the home of the great fairy-tale writer, and to which his dearest memories of childhood are attached. Don't forget to visit the museum proper. The Hans Christian Andersen Childhood Home is free for children under 18. ©2009 visitdenmark.com
Small in size, but rich in diversity, the choices are endless: beaches all to yourself, scenic routes, centuries-old towns, royal castles, Viking-Age monuments, art and design museums.
The Little Mermaid symbolizes the fairy tale by Danish author and poet Hans Christian Andersen.
Upon checking into a Copenhagen boutique hotel, you might expect mid-century Danish furnishings and frosty minimalist design. But increasingly, boutique in Denmark means going against the grain. The Axel Hotel Guldsmeden, certainly, is anything but modernist; here, in the heart of Copenhagen, is ...
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The Moesgård Manor in the woods south of Århus provides the setting for the Moesgård Museum.
The largest combined road and rail bridge in Europe, connecting the Danish capital of Copenhagen and the Swedish city of Malmö.
One of the most important Renaissance castles in Northern Europe, part of UNESCO World Heritage since the year 2000.