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Visiting Denmark

Why take a Ferry to Denmark?

Search and compare ferry routes with the leading ferry operators including Fjordline, DFDS Seaways, Stena Line, Scandlines while travelling to and from Denmark from the ports of Copenhagen, Frederikshaven, Hirtshals, Rodby, Fynshav a travel to Germany, Iceland, Norway and more. There is currently no direct route from the UK since DFDS Seaways stopped sailing on their Harwich and Esbjerg route at the end of September 2014, however Stena Line offer the best alternative sailing form Harwich to the Hook of Holland and enjoy a pleasant car journey and discoverer Denmark and the rest of Scandinavia.

Highlights of Denmark

Denmark is the smallest Scandinavian country, but what it lacks in size it certainly does not lack in things to see and do and it is one of the most visited and exciting Scandinavian Countries. Denmark is known as the cleanest Country on earth and tourists visit to enjoy the wonderful cities, culturally-rich towns, ancient Castles, superb sandy beaches, wild forests, majestic fjords make The capital city Copenhagen, has been named the "world’s most liveable city" on a number of occasions by the Economist CNN and many other media and magazines. Copenhagen hosts most of the of the culture and entertainment and there is always so much to see and do with the major International music artists ensuring Copenhagen is on their tour dates. Music is the sound of life in all of Denmark too and it means that tourists are able to in the other cities and towns so tourists will be able to enjoy a good number of festivals and events to make their stay in Denmark very enjoyable.

Denmark has fantastic connections by sea, with an extensive ferry network. Surrounded by the Baltic Sea, getting here from other maritime countries like Norway, Finland, Sweden, Belgium, and the Netherlands is simple and cheap. For the latest special offers use the compareferries.com search.

There are so many things to do in Denmark and just to give you a flavour, why not explore and enjoy in cities like Copenhagen, Aarhus, and Odense. Take a trip from a choice of many small Cruises and discover the wonderful Copenhagen harbour and surrounding islands of Denmark. Take a stroll or a swim along one of Scandinavia’s most fantastic beaches, such as Amager, Henne Strand, or Bisnap. No trip to Denmark is complete without a trip to Billund’s Legoland and Lalandia, which attract millions of visitors a year or enjoying a day riding a roller coaster in two of the world’s oldest amusement parks, Tivoli Gardens and Dyrehavsbakke and don’t forget to take some time to visit Copenhagen Zoo the kids will absolutely love it. Explore Kronborg Castle and discover the beauty of Denmark in the Viking and medieval times.

The Culture, Food and Drinks

Every city and town throughout Denmark offers a great variety and choice dining options. Meat is the main dish in restaurants and it is well know that the Danes eat more meat than any other nationality in Europe and there is a fantastic choice of restaurants for you to discover.. Copenhagen is the most cosmopolitan of all of Denmark’s cities with a great number and variety of pubs and night clubs and it would not be right if you did not enjoy a few beers while you were here, after all this is the home of Carlsberg.

There are a number of food specialities of Denmark and they include and they include Smorgasbord which a range of open sandwiches and delicacies served as hors d'oeuvres or a buffet. Buffet style. Enjoy a typical Danish lunch called a Koldtbord, a variety of fish, meats, hot dishes, cheese and sweets, normally served buffet style so you can return as many times as you wish. A normal Danish breakfast, or Morgen Complet, which is an assortment of breads, rolls, jam and cheese, often also sliced meats, boiled eggs and the famous Danish pastries.

You would expect there are a number of national drinks specific to Denmark which takes great pride in their beers and lager with 2 of the most famous breweries being Carlsberg and Tuborg. The most popular is pilsner lager but there are also specialist beers and there are a number of small breweries in Denmark priding excellent beers. In winter it can be very cold and a great way to warm yourself up is by trying Akvavit, popularly known as schnapps, but a lot stronger so be warned. It is meant to be drunk with cold food or at Christmas, often with a beer chaser and is served ice cold.

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