Denmark is considered to be the happiest country in the world and with good reason. The people of Denmark and the country itself are peaceful, educated, and practice moral attitude. Denmark is also a stunning country with lots of beautiful places to visit and sights to see. If one plans a visit to the sovereign nation, they should have a detailed itinerary planned because there is so much to see and not enough time. We will list some of the top places to visit in Denmark down below so you can plan your trip better.
It is easy to traveling around in Denmark with public transport or in a rented car. Be sure to have the right insurance when using your own car in Denmark. Car insurance is called “Bilforsikring” in Danish.
Formed in the 16th century by the great sand drift, these dunes on the west coast are a sight to see and one of the largest in Europe. The scenery is so beautiful that it inspires painters and poets alike to create beautiful paintings and lovely poems. The sight of seeing a sun setting over these dunes is one you won’t ever forget.
Located near the Råbjerg Mile, you can take a walk on the sand spit The Branch where you will get to see the Skagerrak and Kattegat seas meet in a magnificent display of nature. The location is the northernmost part of Denmark and requires you to bring a camera so you can capture the beautiful sight.
The Rubjerg Knude is about 90 meters above sea level. Meters of the land gets eaten by the sea every year which shows how the sea level rises dramatically. The sight of the sea meeting the land is one to behold and makes you feel close to nature. The calm and peace that comes with it is also a bonus.
The chalk cliffs of Mons Klint are one of the most famous places in Denmark. They are littered with unique flora and fauna that you can explore on a walk. You will see many rare and unusual plants and can even explore the fossils down on the beach below. The high cliffs are a beautiful sight even from a distance.
Mols Bjerge National Park
It is here in this National Park that you will get to witness one of the most rugged and beautiful landscapes of Denmark. It includes many rare and wild animals as well as unique plants. You can walk through meadows, woodlands, and marshes to see the real beauty of the country.
Jægersborg Deer Park
This natural site is a place that requires a visit whether you go anywhere else or not. It has around 2000 deer which are living in their natural habitat without any disturbance from humans. It also has Bakken which is the world’s oldest amusement park.
Fur Island is located in Limfjorden and is one the most interesting places to visit. It has many unique landscapes and geological formations that were formed from old sea beds. You will also be able to see fossils of fish, reptiles, insects and plants on the island amongst other fascinating sights.