Denmark Holiday Homes and Denmark Holiday Cottages for an unforgettable Denmark Holiday
Denmark, the most southerly located of the Nordic countries, is a promising holiday location of calm and charm. Bordered by Sweden, Norway and Germany, Denmark has direct coastal access to parts of both the Baltic and the North Sea. Aside from the popular Jutland Peninsula, the country is rich with notable islands and sandy beaches. There is also an eclectic mix of big cities, smaller towns, and countryside rural settlements and villages, where holiday homes Denmark can be rented.
Some notable places to visit outside the capital city are Aalborg, Aarhus and Odense, the capital of Funen. The Island of Funen, also called ‘the Garden of Denmark’, with its beautiful pasture lands, cliffs and beaches, is an ideal place for a tranquil holiday. Denmark boasts an impressive number of castles and museums spread all over the country in different cities. One such celebrated castle is the Rosenborg Castlein in Copenhagen, where crown jewels of the Kingdom of Denmark are kept. Women’s museums abound in Denmark, portraying the female perception of the world and showing visitors how women’s lives and roles have been transformed over the years . The Hans Christian Andersen Museum with its interactive ‘Fyrtøjet’ (The Tinder Box) is often inviting and fascinating for children, therefore ideal for families staying in Denmark holiday rentals and looking to keep their young ones entertained for an afternoon or two!
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Besides, Denmark holidays also boast several art galleries and art museums housing both traditional and classical and more contemporary Danish art collections. Some of these include the Utzon Centre, the Nordkraft Cultural Centre and the North Jutland Art Museum. Another popular recreational activity is cycling along the numerous cycle routes. The two seas, the lakes and rivers provide ample opportunity for cruises and seasonal water sports. The beaches give room for relaxation, with possibilities of massage and soaking up the sun. The woods are perfect for walking enthusiasts. Many holiday homes Denmark include some recreational facilities. The Danish people are often informal, cool, laid back and fun-loving, and are very well-educated, with a good sense of humour. This makes your Denmark holiday cottage a very relaxed environment to spend your holidays, making for an enjoyable and unforgettable stay.
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