Denmark Tour Guide: Places to Visit in Denmark (2023)
Denmark Tour Guide
The tour of Denmark starts at Copenhagen. Most tourists arrive at Copenhagen by flight, train, or boat. International tourists coming to see Denmark usually spend over a week. Tourists mainly come from Asia, Africa, and North as well as South America. These tourists take an international flight and land at Copenhagen. The European tourists come to Denmark for either a short visits of 3 to 5 days or long visits and often travel by train or plane. The European tourists coming from neighboring countries of Denmark come to Copenhagen either by train or ferry. There are several cruise ships park in Copenhagen. Most tourists arrive by cruise ships and spend one or two days at Copenhagen.
Visitors arriving for a short trip stay in Copenhagen see all places within the city of Copenhagen. Tourists may need to spend 3 to 4 days to see most of the attractions in the city of Copenhagen. Those who come to stay longer and want to see most of the places in Denmark stay for 10 to 15 days. Most of the attractions in five provinces of Denmark can be seen in 15 days. Most international trips to Denmark of small and large groups are prearranged by travel agents. Such group travel by small or large sized buses. Tourists spend 3 to 4 days at Copenhagen and then drive to Central, Southern, and Northern Denmark. The buses start at around 8 AM and stop at selected places on the way to the next stop.
There are several attractions within the city of Copenhagen that can be seen in 2 to 3 days. Few tourists continue to stay in Copenhagen for another day or two to visit some of the other attractions of Zealand Peninsula. Following that the tourist drive to Central, Southern, and Northern Denmark. Most prefer to stay in the city of Odense, Kolding, Aarhus, Viborg, and Aalborg.