Once a barbarian land where the might Vikings ruled with iron fist, Denmark captures everyone’s attention, but not for its past wars and warriors. Denmark has developed into a modern nation and brilliantly consolidated its position near the top to each global quality of life prospects. Denmark has opted not to join the European Union (EU) and the European monetary system (EMU), but it is an important partner and is always taking part in the general political and economic integration of Europe.
With many old and historic cities worth visiting, traveling around Denmark is fast and easy. With Copenhagen as the icing on the cake, taking time to see visit small towns may give you a very different perspective of the country and its culture. History will be there forever, you can book your air ticket to Denmark and get there now.
Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark and was once a fortified Viking settlement. This charming town has many activities to offer travelers in special the summer festival. Visiting Aarhus old town during winter is as enchanting as it gets. Aalborg with its symphony orchestra, opera company, theaters and museums, the city is an important cultural region. With many universities and colleges, the city is a place for thinking and fun. Aalborg isn’t a hot spot for tourists yet, but that might change soon. Esbjerg is one of the most Danish cities in Denmark. Being a bustling port city, shopping and entertainment options are several. Take the seal safari to the Island of Fano, visit one the city museums or just take a time off and relax in this lovely town.
Visiting the land of the Vikings is a delight and LOT flights to Denmark will take you to this modern warriors land.
The capital city of Denmark, this friendly city is just the way it should be. Big enough to offer culture, nightlife and shopping options and yet adequately small to feel safe, intimate and easy to wander around. Its fascinating architecture, parks, gourmet restaurants, etc. make Copenhagen a very popular destination for people all over the world. Listing sites for visiting is easy, go everywhere, but let’s try to highlight a few attractions.
Nyhavn (New Harbor) this 17th century waterfront, canal and entertainment district is the perfect place to end a day and relax. Tivoli Gardens one of the most popular theme parks in Europe. Founded in 1843 it’s a national treasure and an international allurement, offering a mix of attractions there is something for everyone. Stroget a long and wide pedestrian area, housing a large number of shops, from friendly chains to some of the most expensive trade marks in the world. The Blue Planet (National Aquarium), largest aquarium in northern Europe, planned to give the sensation of being under water, kids and adults will have lots of fun visiting this maritime experience.
Alternative Christiania is a hippie community founded in 1971 in an abandoned military area. If looking for a distinguished day this society within a society is a unique place. As we mention, it’s difficult to point what or where you should do and visit, so take your time and enjoy the most you can of this astonishing city.
With LOT Polish Airlines you can book the plane tickets to Denmark. What you should know about this small Kingdom? That it is a country where tradition blends with modernity, where people are nice and warm, but it is hard to get their friendship, where the food is modest, but delicious. Denmark is a small country, but full of surprises.
Kingdom of Denmark, the smallest country in Scandinavia, is located in the northern part of Europe. It is headed by Queen Margrethe II and Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt. Most of the country (about 70%) is located on the peninsula of Jutland, while the rest is on 443 islands, of which only 76 are populated. Greenland and the Faroe Islands also belong to Denmark. Architecture of the country surprises with remarkable simplicity and convenience. You can find here picturesque villages, beautiful, golden fields and historic towns which mix modernity with traditional architecture. Get your flight ticket to Denmark and enjoy this charming place.
Denmark is located on the islands, that is why there are many small airports, which make travelling around the country much easier. The international traffic is served mostly by two airports located nearby Copenhagen and Billund.
Copenhagen Airport, formerly known as Kastrup Airport is the main international airport in Denmark. It serves not only the capital city of the country - Copenhagen, but also the entire Zealand, the Oresund Region, and a large part of southern Sweden (not only Scania). It is the largest and the busiest airport in Scandinavia with the capacity of almost 27 million passengers a year. Copenhagen airport is also one of the oldest international airports in Europe. It consists of two terminals, Terminal 2 and 3, which handle all flights and share the arrivals section which houses customs and baggage claim as well as the common airside passenger concourse.
There are plenty of bars, cafés and restaurants at Kastrup Airport, offering everything from seafood to fast food. You can find here restaurant serving Danish fare post-security located in Terminal 3 and a couple of restaurants near Hilton Copenhagen Airport Hotel exit. Shopping area offers you wide range of stores and boutiques. There is also a selection of stores selling Scandinavian design and fashion. To the city you can get by high-speed trains going directly to Copenhagen Central Station. There is also Metro line M2, connection airport with downtown or you can use one of the several buses running from the outside of the terminals.
Billund Airport is the second biggest airport in Denmark. It is 1.9 km northeast of Billund, and it is known as one of busiest air cargo centers in the country. It is mostly used as a charter airline destination, although there are also some flights offer by regular airlines. After arriving at Billund Airport, you can use public transportation, which is situated just outside the terminal building. There are buses going to a large number of cities located in the Midtjylland region.
When building a green and sustainable society is one of the main purposes of a country you know that visiting such a country will be a pleasant and unforgettable experience. As a part of Scandinavia together with Norway and Sweden, Denmark is located in northern Europe. With a population of about 5.6 million people, this constitutional monarchy reigns for its people like never before. Would like to see the Royal family and its castle? Maybe breath some clean air? LOT flight to Denmark is available now.
The capital city is an extension of the country’s mentality and administration. Working as a role model for many big cities, Copenhagen is an authority in sustainability, authorities, mayors, town planners from everywhere come to the city to learn about district heat system, waste management and bicycle traffics. Add to its 2 million inhabitants (metropolitan population) visitors from the four corners of the earth and you will have a vibrant, lively and yet organized and safe city to visit.
A fun fact is that Copenhagen has more bikes than people, but don’t worry about getting around or parking yours, in case you decide to ride one (and you should), the central area has been planned and both pedestrians and drivers live in harmony with the cyclists. Copenhagen is astonishing any time of the year and if planning a summer or winter trip is difficult, just hit the road and get there, you will be welcome and amazed no matter when it is. But if you have been planning and want to choose the perfect moment to visit, here is a summary of what to expect. With four distinct seasons, travelers can choose what kind of weather they want to enjoy, from a warm summer to snowy winters, Copenhagen is waiting for you.
Summer is suggested to be the best time for visiting. There is a lot to do outside and with a temperature around 20⁰C during the day and 13⁰C at night. City Harbors, summer festivals, wine and dine outside, beaches, gardens, parks and playgrounds. The city is in bloom, there is always life on the streets during the day and the long warm evenigs. Winters are cold, not always freezing, but it comes with a Brightside.
It’s during the winter the best time to understand the Danish concept of hygge. Hard to explain and pronounce, it is roughly translate into ‘cosines’ and that’s how the locals manage the long dark days, Christmas is the season peak and despite the weather, you will feel welcome and warm.
Copenhagen city center is compact and for that reason it’s easy and also preferable to choose sustainable forms, such as walking or cycling. Don’t get a car, besides being difficult to find a place to park it’s very expensive as well, remember, it’s a green city. There are many and very good public transport options, buses, metro, trains and boats will take you anywhere, get to know the zone system.Save your money for your dream vacations with LOT cheap flights to Denmark. Available all year long, Scandinavia is closer than you think.
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