Summary of the stay

  • 7 days
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Couple
  • Family
  • Friends
  • Culture / Heritage
  • Faune and flora
  • High

The limited duration of such a stay still allows for a good view of the country. We will spend a few days visiting Copenhagen before heading north and then joining Fyn Island in the West.

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Itinerary of the stay
  • Copenhagen
  • Humlebæk
  • Helsingor
  • Sorø
  • Odense
  • Aarhus
  • Ribe
  • Skagen
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Detail of the stay : Small tour of Denmark - 7 days

Day 1: Visit to Copenhagen city centre

Strøget, Copenhagen's main shopping street. Nyhavn, a small marina, with its boats resting on a canal lined with old colourful houses. Christianhavn, a quieter district with the famous "experimental village" of Christiania which is likely to disappear in the coming years... A must see! In the evening, a symphony concert at the Det Kongelige Opera House.

Day 2: Museum and relaxation in the city's cafés and breweries

The National Museum traces the history of Denmark. See also the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek and its fabulous winter garden as well as the Tivoli, the second largest amusement park in Europe. You can also visit the Carlsberg brewery and its surrounding area. In the evening, the best cocktail bar in Copenhagen, Ruby in the City, on the banks of the canal.

Day 3: Visit of the different royal sites

Rosenborg Castle, Crown Museum. The palace of Amalienborg, royal residence. The citadel, with its ancient fortifications and the symbol of the nearby city, the Little Mermaid. For night owls, you can spend the night dancing at the TS Bar, a trendy club next to Strøget.

Day 4: North Seeland

Take the train to Elsinore (or Helsingor) to see the castle of Kronborg, an imposing Renaissance castle next to a small charming harbour, chosen by Shakespeare for its tragedy Hamlet. On the journey to Copenhagen, stop at the magnificent Louisiana Museum devoted to contemporary art, with sea view.

Day 5: The Island of Fiona

H.C. Andersen Museum in Odense, to discover the magical world of the famous storyteller surrounded by a former and nice neighborhood. The Gothic cathedral of Saint-Knud, the pedestrian streets around the evening, ideal for exiting.

Day 6: Visit to the city of Århus

Århus, Den Gammel By, the open-air museum of the old town. ARoS, nicknamed the White Diamond, the National Museum of Fine Arts. The Latin Quarter, to stroll through the narrow streets full of cafés and trendy shops.

Day 7: Escapade in the Jutland Peninsula

If you are a nature buff, opt for a trip to the northern cape of the peninsula, which will lead to Skagen, then Grenen, meeting place of the Baltic and Atlantic. If you prefer history, let's not miss the beautiful town of Ribe, the oldest city and the best preserved of the medieval Danish cities, located on the southwest coast of Jutland.

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