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Bornholm

The sunniest part of Denmark, Bornholm lies way out in the Baltic Sea, 200km east of Copenhagen. But it’s not just (relatively) sunny skies that draw the hordes each year.…

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Central Jutland

Easily the largest and most varied of all Danish regions, central Jutland encompasses dramatically different features, from the calm beaches of the sheltered east coast to the wild and woolly…

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Copenhagen

Copenhagen is Denmark’s largest city, with a population of around 1.2 million. Founded in 1167 by Bishop Absalon, who built a fortress on the island of Slotsholmen, the town grew…

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Funen

Funen (Fyn in Danish) is Denmark's proverbial middle child. Lacking Zealand's capital-city pull or Jutland's geographic dominance, it's often overlooked by visitors, who perhaps make a whistle-stop visit to Hans…

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Møn, Falster & Lolland

Denmark’s ‘South Sea Islands’ may lack the coconut palms and hula skirts usually associated with that phrase, but they do offer a fine glimpse of rural Scandinavian island life: rolling…

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North Jutland

Northern Jutland, split from the rest of Jutland by the Limfjord, wows visitors with its magnificent light and beautiful barren landscapes of shifting sands. The region is promoted as ‘Lysets…

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South Jutland

Southern Jutland gets its inspiration from a few sources – from the North Sea, naturally, but also a little from the south. This is the only part of Denmark connected…

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Zealand

Denmark’s largest island offers much more than the dazzle of Copenhagen. North of the city lies some of the country’s finest beaches, quaintest fishing villages, and vainest castles. Here you’ll…

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