In addition to many great Michelin-starred restaurants, you can find a growing list of Bib Gourmand restaurants in Denmark. The Bib Gourmand is an international award provided to high-quality restaurants with reasonable prices. They aren't Denmark's cheapest restaurants, but they are a great option if you want to try fine dining in Denmark without overspending your budget.
You will be pleased to know that many of Denmark's biggest and best attractions are very much free to see. In Copenhagen, you can walk between major sights, like colourful Nyhavn and The Little Mermaid, making sightseeing in the Danish capital very accessible. Famous landmarks around the country, such as Møns Klint and the buried lighthouse at Rubjerg Knude, are also free to enjoy.
Enjoy the very best sights of East Denmark's with these 9 new cycle routes, covering Møn Island, Stevns Cliffs, Falster Island and Prestø Island. The nine easy-to-follow Panorama cycle routes guide you to lovely sightseeing detours from the national Berlin-Copenhagen Cycle Route, so you can choose a route that fits your holiday schedule or you can choose to cycle the whole thing.
Denmark's historic country inns (kroer) offer a unique and intimate atmosphere and they are the perfect choice for a weekend away. In Denmark you'll find more than 100 inns with a royal privilege; a special distinction that dates back more than 700 years. In 1286, King Erik Klipping was weary of looking for places to stay when he travelled Denmark. By royal decree, he ordered that inns with food and accommodation fit for a king be established every mile around the Danish countryside.
Enjoy the unique tidal marshlands in this part of Denmark and explore the way the dynamic relationship between land, sea and wind shapes not only the culture of the region but also the local produce. On a gastronomic tour of South-West Jutland you’ll have the chance to sample exceptional produce from passionate food artisans and to escape into one of Denmark’s most unique national parks.
BBC goes on a culinary journey through Denmark, resulting in a Nordic Cookery series focusing on traditional Danish food - the latest series is expected to air on a UK channel later this year. TV chef Tareq Taylor went on a tasty tour of Denmark's distinct regional dishes. During the course of the series, Tareq explores South-West Jutland, the Limfjord, North Jutland and East Denmark, cooking with locals, enjoying outdoor pursuits and trying exceptional local produce.
"The mix of contemporary and historic museums and cultural buildings, the waterways, great shopping and wonderful restaurants and cafés have provided the perfect mix for us for a few days away. Copenhagen has also surprised us with some of the best meals we have had on holiday for a long time."
"By boat and on foot, there are some really lovely places to see by the water."
The Danish summer time is truly amazing. With white sandy beaches, cosy villages and everything within easy reach, Denmark is an ideal place for a stress-free, hassle-free summer holiday with family or friends.
Whether you prefer a beach holiday, a lakeside retreat or an escape into local village life, you can stay in a cottage at a location that fits your needs.
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The fantastic Danish castles grant you a chance to get close to Danish history and the Royal family of both past and present. The popular royal couple, Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik, divides their time between Fredensborg Palace in North Sealand and Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen and it is possible to visit both places.