Not only Copenhagen: what to see in Denmark

Not only Copenhagen and the Little Mermaid of fairytale memory: the Denmark it is also made up of picturesque medieval castles and daring modern architecture. All immersed in a respected and protected nature. Here are some must-see places.

Odense, Andersen’s hometown – From June 30th HC Andersen’s House will open, a new museum dedicated to Hand Christian Andersen’s fairy tales in his hometown of Odense.

Mols Bjerge National Park – Starry night at Mols Bjerge National Park in East Jutland.

BLOX – An imposing structure and urban space located in the heart of the Cultural District of Copenhagen. Inside the BLOX is housed the Danish Architecture Center, which in this period offers a virtual tour of the exhibition of the BIG group.

HAMPER – Relax on the beach in Æro, a small island in the Funen archipelago, ideal for a holiday dedicated to relaxation and nature.

The House of the Fjord – Iconic building on the seafront of Vejle, a Jutland town located on the fjord of the same name. Designed by renowned Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson, Fjordenhus anchors itself in the harbor basin, directly on the water.

Danish Lifestyle – Cycling on The Snake cycle bridge in Copenhagen.

Råbjerg Mile – The Råbjerg Mile migratory dune in Northern Jutland is also known as the Danish desert. It is the largest in Northern Europe and moves 15 meters per year.

Your Rainbow Panorama – The spectacular walkway designed by Olafur Eliasson that surmounts the ARoS Art Museum in Aarhus, from which it is possible to have a splendid view over the city.

Infinitive Bridge – A circular bridge, positioned between the land and the sea, in Aarhus, to perceive the infinite perspectives of the same landscape and interact with those who walk there.

Game Reserve in the North of Zealand – Just north of Copenhagen is the reserve in which King Christian V and his court dedicated themselves to hunting in the 17th century. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Dive to the North – For those who don’t want to give up bathing, don’t miss a dip in the Copenhagen harbor bath or in the beautiful rooftop pool, with a view, of Villa Copenhagen.

For more information: www.visitdenmark.it

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