Top 5 Tourist Attractions in Denmark

April 10, 2019

When has the time for a vacationis better visiting Denmark. There are many interesting tourist attractions to visit. Starting from the area to play for children to adults. Check out some of tourist attractions that attract all tourists coming to this beautiful country.

Denmark is often praised as being the one of the greenest countries in the world, but apart from the ubiquitous bikes, the individual Danes are surprisingly nonchalant about the environment despite their reputation, and actually contribute as many greenhouse emissions as most other nationalities
Here are major tourist attractions in Denmark:

1. Legoland

Legoland is a city of toys are made from small pieces of plastic are becoming more sophisticated every day. Lego games were born here and in recognition of a miniature city built in honor of its creator. Legoland is located approximately 3 km away from Billund Airport (Billund Lufthavn). The park obviously has the toy LEGO as the theme. Originally the park started out as an exhibition of houses and landmarks from around the world built out of LEGO bricks.

in Legoland consists of countless Lego blocks built with creativity and craftsmanship alike. You’ll walk past entire countries built in small scale, entirely out of lego pieces! You’re allowed to bring your own food into the park but there are countless (slightly pricy) food stands and cafes.

2. Ribe

Ribe is Denmark’s oldest city. Ribe is a trading place since 700 BC and it seems almost like it then do not touch it because of the modern age but preserved as a museum. You can experience Ribe’s development over the years at the Ribe Vikings museum. At Ribe Viking Centre, you can walk around a reconstructed life-size Viking estate, populated with Vikings who you can see, work with and talk to.

The town has many well-preserved old buildings, Ribe Cathedral, and about 110 houses are under Heritage Protection. Denmark’s oldest town hall is found on the town’s Von Støckens Plads. The building was erected in 1496, and was purchased by the city for use as a town hall in 1709

3. Kronborg Castle

Kronborg Castle in Helsingor is the place where Shakespeare was born. Helsingør is not very far from Copenhagen, and can be found at the northernmost tip of the Danish island of Zealand. Kronborg Castle was used as inspiration for “Elsinore” in Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The castle is located on the extreme northeastern tip of the island of Zealand at the narrowest point of the Øresund, the sound between Denmark and Sweden.

Kronborg is a Renaissance castle and military fortress, renovated between 1574 and 1585 on the remains of the Krogen fortress of 1420. Reconstructed after a major fire in 1629, where only the chapel survived.

4. Little Mermaid Statue

Little Mermaid is Copenhagen pride. Little Mermaid is a statue of a mermaid mascot. Four-foot-tall statue was sculpted by artist Edvard Eriksen inspired by Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale of the same title. The statue was inaugurated in 1913 and became one of the attractions of the most visited tourist is in Langline, Copenhagen harbor.

5. Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and is the largest city in Denmark. Many interesting tourist attractions in Copenhagen. Copenhagen is an important city in the Scandinavian region after the reign of King Christian IV in the 17th century. Last year’s metropolitan city full of ancient buildings have been selected as the fourth city of the future top 50 European cities after London, Paris, and Berlin. The city is is considered comfortable and friendly with environment. The water in the canal city harbor was clean, so routinely used as a swimming race in the summer.

Most city residents are also not hesitate to use bicycles as a means of transportation. Across town in Denmark has always reserved a special lane for cycling, making it convenient and safe for riders of two-wheeled transportation that.