A step into the past and a cultural staple in Copenhagen, Tivoli Gardens (the second oldest operating amusement park) is a great way to spend an afternoon.
Denmark Travel Blogs
These are all of our Denmark travel blogs at A Brit and a Broad.
We’ve been to Denmark a few times and there’s more to this country than just Copenhagen! Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark, is like Copenhagen’s little sister. There’s still that creative vibe there with some quirky museums and statues around the city, but it’s much much quieter. Also, it’s right on the coast with some surprisingly beautiful beaches.
Jutland, also known as the Cimbrian Peninsula, is to the north of the country and if you really want to lose yourself in the wilderness then this is the place to do it. Still, no matter where you go in Denmark you’ll have an amazing time!
When in Copenhagen, you’ve got to make the most of your time since there is so much to see and do! Here are our 10 favourite ways to pass the days.
Copenhagen is without a doubt one of the coolest cities in Europe. From walking around Louisiana to riding on a GoBoat, come see what we go up to!
Louisiana, the museum of modern art in Copenhagen, is an unbelievably good museum, but is it the best modern art museum in the world?
With stereotypical Danish design, an amazing buffet breakfast and exceptional service, this is why you should stay at the Absalon Hotel in Copenhagen.
Copenhagen is a city that’s got everything – cafes, canals, castles and colour everywhere – so here are 16 photos that’ll make you want to visit!
Here’s taking a look at the Sculpture by the Sea Festival, one of the largest outdoor art exhibitions in the world, and easily one of the most creative too.
Win a trip to Aarhus, Denmark’s second largest city, and explore the intimate cobbled streets, modern architecture, and busy and bustling nightlife.