One of the best music festivals in Europe, with over 100,000 music fans gathering for a long, drunken weekend of peace, love and lots of rock and roll.
The museums dedicated to Denmark’s most famous writer offer some intriguing insight into the father of the modern fairy tale.
This dramatic former royal castle is one of Jutland’s must-sees, sensitively restored to retain its raw, weather-beaten look.
Although currently under threat of being “normalized”, this self-governing hippie city, with its array of excellent restaurants and nightlife venues, also excels in quirky public art.
The traditional open sandwich of dark rye bread topped with anything from smoked salmon or shellfish to herring or salami is delectable and delicious.
The persistent westerly winds that thrash the western coast make for some wonderfully wild beaches and stunning vistas.
Denmark’s most famous museum showcases five of the world’s most magnificent Viking vessels, dredged up from the fjord bottom where they lay for nearly a thousand years.
With more than a dozen Michelin-starred restaurants, Copenhagen is one of Europe's best places for fine dining.
This remarkable museum is one of the best places to view Danish art from the eighteenth century onwards.
No trip to the capital is complete without a day at the world’s oldest amusement park, slap bang in the centre of the city and offering daredevil rides, top-notch entertainment and beautiful landscaped gardens.