Robert Siekert in Foodies, Travel, Writers Mar 13, 2020 · 2 min read · +100

8 Amazing Cities to Visit While In Denmark


8 Amazing Cities to Visit While In Denmark

Traveling has become a popular bucket list item for many people. But sometimes choosing your destination can be hard. Revered as one of the most beautiful countries around the world, Denmark is known for its beautiful architecture, delectable food, stunning fashions, and impeccable art and galleries. If you’re thinking about traveling, we’ve put together a list of the eight most stunning cities to visit while you’re in Denmark. 

This reasonably new city built on fishing, oil, and trade. A wealthy place that at first seems a bit grim due to its industrial origins and the rapid pace that it sprung to life, It’s not exactly the most stunning city on our list it has some of the best shopping locations and is a fantastic place to make a quick pit stop. While you are there, one of the most popular tourist sites is the Four Men By The Sea. Sculpted by Svend Wiig Hansen and revealed this beautiful masterpiece stands at an enormous thirty feet tall and located on Saedding Beach.


7.) Roskilde 


Home to the famous rock festival, Roskilde is one of the largest in Europe. This beautiful town has more than just fantastic music to offer the travelers that pass through. This city is one of the best for the younger tourist as it has a post-industrial complex complete with skate parks, art, and design workshops. While all these things are included, it is also a historic city. In town, you will find stunning cathedrals, and the harbor has tons of Viking style longboats. 


6.) Skagen


Beautiful coastlines frame a beautiful beach town where the Baltic and North sea meet, Skagen’s busy harbor. The summer packs in locals and tourists alike for their summer holiday getaways. This city lies on the northern side of Jutland, where the city has beautiful neighborhoods to go exploring in. At one point in time, various artists would visit Sakagen’s shores to create landscapes of its beautiful beaches. 


5.) Fredriksberg


Often thought to be apart of the capital city of Copenhagen, there isn’t a clear border between the two. A town in a town this place is considered to be one of the most posh cities in Denmark. Royal gardens and palaces are fantastic spots for the traveler most interested in the historical values, along with full streets, graceful mansions, and fabulous parks for the more outdoorsy traveler. The Copenhagen Zoo is yet another one of its amazing attractions.


4.) Aalborg


A.recently refurbished waterfront at the heart of their city, the rejuvenation of this city was once terribly neglected. This medieval town boasts a 16th-century castle and a Viking burial ground nearby. This town is known for its insane nightlife and is a fantastic place to make your hub as you visit the surrounding cities.


3.) Odense 


Home and birthplace of Hans Christian Anderson, whom you might know as the author of The Ugly Duckling, Odense is full of life with its fantastic zoo, many art galleries, and museums. With many historic sites and buildings, this is great for anyone who is looking to learn the history of this small town. Specked with parks around the city and bars and cafes, you can easily find something to do here. 


2.) Aarhus 

The second-largest city in Denmark, this city was founded by Vikings and named the Capital of European Culture in 2017. Waterways make up the veins of the city that is home to a thriving art and cultural scene, festivals, and events that take place throughout the year. If you’re shopping, there are plenty of shopping options to choose from along with brilliant restaurants, stylish bars, and cool cafes. Every year this beautiful town welcomes more and more tourists to be amazed by the beauty and picturesque city. This city is easy to navigate, so you won’t have to worry about getting lost.


1.) Copenhagen


Denmark’s capital, Copenhagen, is said to be one of the most livable cities in the entire world. With an extensive waterway system, loads of green spaces, and an immaculate harbor that is so clean, if you’re in the mood, you could take a dip in it. The immense Viking history or royal history is within minutes of each other, and Danish designs are everywhere for the eye to see. All the while, the residents of this city will put your outfit choices to shame as they pass buy in the trendiest of threads. Home to fifteen, yes that’s right FIFTEEN Michelin Star restaurants, Copenhagen is full of character and definitely won’t disappoint you on your travels.




Rob Bensh Mar 19, 2020 · #1

Great list. Thanks for sharing!

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