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Nyhavn Copenhagen
The canal is a drop-off and pick-up point for a fabulous water cruise that takes in some of the truly stunning sights along the waterways including the Opera House, Amalienborg, Church of Our Saviour and the Littl...
Full of history, views cafes and restaurants with waterside seating, this place is well worth a visit and great for children and adults alike!! Here's a great tip, if possible take a canal cruise...there are some...
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We love modern architecture and design, and quirky sites and facts, and Asser customised the tour to meet our preferences.
We had a private tour with Asser on a Sunday afternoon in November (chilly) where we took in some fantastic modern architecture sights around Copenhagen both north and south of the river.
Stunning views, great collection of art, fantastic rooms with lots of art, statues, history etc Even has a modern art exhibition The Adult ticket is only 75 Danish krones
There are many rooms to admire, including the Throne room, the King's bedroom, the great Hall and the chapel, and wonderful works of art to view.
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Be sure to walk around the balcony area and view the ancient organ.
Impressive historical site
An ever expanding modern art collection housed in a sublime building that seamlessly merges into an expansive sculpture garden, all nestled along the breathtaking Danish coastline with views of the Swedish sound.
A museum everyone have been talked about how wonderful the place which has uniquely combined a site of exceptional nature and outstanding architecture and world class art collections.
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Rabjerg Mile Skagen
Once there, however there's lots of lovely shady areas to have a picnic, hiking pathways to take a short hike or just climb up onto the sand dunes and enjoy being in the desert with a view of the sea.
Great sights.
Grenen Skagen Skagen
There is a tractor trailer transport option but the walk takes you past old bunkers, views of the lighthouse, traverse through sand dunes and is overall pleasant (but can be cold) in the freshest of sea breeze cle...
The WWII bunkers are in pristine shame and the burial site to the historical poet, Holger, is special.
Rubjerg Knude Lokken
The big sand dunes which move every year several meters and the great view make this place absolutely amazing and worth to visit!
From there, you can climb to the top to see fantastic views - and get your head blown off by the mighty wind.
It has justly been named a UNESCO heritage site- in addition to being a breathtaking and unusual brick built cathedral, it is also the site of burial of Danish royalty reaching back centuries.
Friendly welcome with guide book included in the admission price (always gets a visit off to a good start in my view), with so many Royal tombs in one place you are going to get a bit of insight into the history o...
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It was great fun to tour the restored castle and see the unique collections that are also on view.
At the extraordenary garden with its beautiful views on the Castle or the interesting Museums with their collections of really old, rare and beautiful motorcycles in a good presentation.
The view is breathtaking, the church dwarfs everything around it, a model village built for the accommodation of workers and the lines of perspective converged at the foot of the centre of the church.
Best if you go by bike (it's 10 min far away of the center), after the tour, streets and views are very nice.
Poul Erik Jespersen was knowledgeable and enthusiastic as he guided us through the archaeological site, told us about the history and translated the rune stones.
The site itself if stunning and mysterious, with two huge grass mounds and a stone boat, as well as large runestones and a beautiful church--all a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Mon Is Stege
Beautiful wooded cliffs, cliff top walk with breathtaking views
On the sea level the view was still very clear, and the fog gave the area a bit of a magical and mythical atmosphere.
Frederiksberg Slot Frederiksberg
We enjoyed the nice stroll through the gardens and had excellent views across the water.
I love castles and this is so beautiful and has such a lovely view over the entire city - very beautiful.
Hammershus Bornholm
The New Visitor's Centre adapts discretely and beautifully to the landscape, offers a fantatic view to the Castle ruin and sports an informative, unobtrusive introduction to the castle's and the island's history.
These ruins are gorgeous and fascinating -- you'll get great photos of cliffs and ocean views and interesting for kids of all ages.
Everyone goes for the amazing spire with its steps on the outside, and really great view from the top, but go inside the church as well, as this place is truly gorgeous and inspirational.
The sometimes challenging ascent of this church tower is rewarded with fantastic views of Copenhagen which makes it well worth the effort!
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The hall itself is grand and beautiful with comfortable seats and a great view of the stage from all areas.A MUST VISIT.
In front of the entrance foyer, there is Music Hall Park, with pretty flowers, boxwood hedges and lots of benches to sit and admire the view.
Rosenborg Castle Copenhagen
This is a very old palace (17th century) and you can tour the inside and view the very Danish baroque decor and on the top floor a huge Great Hall with amazing paintings, tapestries, thrones and a number of huge s...
Perfectly displayed, it's easy to take great photos from all angles - and you can get really close-up views of all the treasures.
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Faengslet Horsens
The visual displays were amazing, the sounds and smells...The cafe on site is also worth a visit.
Fredensborg Palace Fredensborg
Beautiful park with trees and statues and a view to Lake Esrum.
Turns out It is the Danish Royal Family’s spring and autumn residence, and is often the site of important state visits and events in the Royal Family.
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Dokk1 Aarhus
... alone just beside play areas for children, very creative areas where I easy see adults rediscovering the pleasure to play with children, if even it has been forgotten, beautiful view to the harbor and the city.
Great for kids, fabulous views of the harbor, come and be mesmerized by the automatic parking system.
a truly great experience to wander around the castle - so many different areas; the kitchen, horses, ruins & the tower is definitely worth it - the view is fab! 10000% recommend a visit - but leave yourself quite...
Our ship moored right outside the huge old fortress guarding the sea approach, which is a great way to spend an hour walking around its walls, beautifully kept, and stunning views over the sea and city, this is st...
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This stunning Modern building sits right against the water and has amazing views from the upper levels - accessible by the stairways.
Founded in 1648 by King Frederik, the Library is now split across several sites, the most prominent being the “Black Diamond” completed in 1999 as the first in a series of major cultural buildings along the waterf...
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Oresund Bridge Copenhagen
We used it to cross from Copenhagen to Malmo by train - the journey is quick, reasonably priced, punctual, comfortable and has great views - fabulous link between the two countries.
The journey takes about half an hour, the trains are really comfortable and the view, particularly on the right hand side as one goes to Sweden was fantastic - all the boats floating on the vast and glittering sea...
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The entire ship is avaliable to visit and walk through, also possible to walk down in the drydock to view ships hull etc.
All this and much more sights, sounds and smells greet the lucky one whom visits this unique exhibition.
Bovbjerg Fyr Lemvig
From the top of the ligth house you have an excellent view over the see and the landscape created by the last ice age.
I drove out here with a group of friends and really enjoyed the fresh ocena air and lovely views from up on the old classic lighthouse.
The cathedral tower offers a great view of the surrounding countryside and has an interesting historical display focusing on church history relevant to the area
Take your time to spot all the sights of the town from here - then you have the perfect overview of how to plan your walk.