Denmark is peaceful, beautiful and stunning. Aside from the visual amaze one experiences when visiting Denmark, it's truly a feast for all the senses as it boasts many of the world's best restaurants. From the calm waters along the port capital of Copenhagen and chalked sides of the Møns Klint to the lush and incredible Aborrebjerg, Denmark deserves being gawked at.
National Museum of Denmark
The smallest country in Scandinavia, Denmark is best visited when combined with other landmarks in Sweden, as well as doing a bit of island hopping. Nevertheless, the impressive landscape and relaxing environment is perfect for a chilly Danish getaway.
4 days: Copenhagen
6 days, add: Malmo (Sweden)
8 - 10 days, add: Gothenburg (Sweden)
10 - 12 days, add: Alborg
12 - 14 days, add: Limfjord, Lovns Bredning
14 - 17 days, add: Aarhus
More: Consider extending Nationalpark Vadehavet in western Denmark, and even south into Hamburg (Germany).
Language: Danish and German, but seemingly everyone speaks English. Most educated citizens speak at least three or four languages fluently.
Currency: Danish Krone (DKK). DKK is currently 7 for 1 USD.
Power Adapter: In Denmark the power sockets are of type E and K. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
Crime & Safety: Denmark is as safe and idyllic place as there is in the world. Crime is very low, other than opportunistic crime that happens virtually anywhere in terms of minor theft. Travel at ease.
Emergency Number: 112 for Emergency and 114 for Police.
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