The city of Copenhagen has introduced some exciting new initiatives for tourists to check out including new train lines and man-made islands.
Here are some of the things to love about Copenhagen: the bikes everywhere, the flatness of the land, and Janteloven, or, the idea the everyone is equal.
Kronborg Castle in Helsingor is the most famous castle in Denmark, and was immortalized by Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Touring the castle and the surrounding town, and taking a coffee break in the fine restaurant at the castle.
A week-long trip to the Faroe Islands off the coast of Denmark, reveals incredible vistas for a solo woman traveler, many different bird species, and hardy people who are known for their annual whale hunt.
Bicycling in the chilly spring starting in Russia and traveling through Scandinavia, Finland, Sweden and Denmark. How much it costs, and how to wild camp en route.
The Scandinavian Rail Pass offers a chance to visit four countries–Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland with one inexpensive pass, and see the sights.
In Copenhagen, Denmark, Faye S. Wolfe tracks down locations used in filming the movie The Danish Girl.
A visit to the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde, Denmark, where you can row a replica Viking boat, watch boatbuilders create Viking ship replicas and more.
Copenhagen Denmark: Freetown Christiana and other city highlights.
The Karen Blixen museum outside of Copenhagen memorializes the author of Out of Africa and a fascinating figure in history.
Every summer, the tiny country of Denmark produces a huge number of music festivals all over the country–the Roskilde Music Festival, Northside Festival.
Blogging from Denmark | GoNOMAD Editor Max Hartshorne chronicles his trip to Denmark on the blog ReadUpOnit and shares insights about this remarkable place.