Copenhagen: Copenhagen is Scandinavia's largest city. The royal palace of Amalienborg has a daily changing of the guard in front of a very impressive statue, and includes Tivoli, the beautiful parkland and garden area. It was established in 1843, and since then 270 million visitors have visited it. Music rides and the colorful Tivoli Boys Guard are part of the entertainment. To add to this inviting place are the myriad restaurants and the Tivoli Museum, with three floors of posters, photographs, carousel animals, and other memorabilia. The season starts from: May 1-September 15 and late November-December 22. Besides this city has the world’s longest mall, the Stroget splits the city center and leads to the Nyhavn canal square.
Ribe city: Of the Denmark Attractions Ribe is Denmark's oldest town with all the cobbled streets and half-timbered houses. It gives a feel of a museum until you visit the real thing - Ribes Vikinger, with its Viking ship and market place. The city was established earlier than 700 AD, houses the oldest settlement in Scandinavia, with 16th century houses and the 14th century Ribe Cathedral. Ribe has a living example of its past in the Ribes Vikinger, a fully Viking museum which displays back to the pre-medieval age.
Odense: This is the birth place of fairy tale supremo Hans Christian Andersen. It's a good place to stroll or cycle around with its excellent folk museum and lots of live music. South of Odense, Egeskov Castle with its moat and drawbridge has an excellent labyrinth made from bamboo. As well as its sumptuous historic exhibits, the grounds house an antique car museum.
Legoland: It’s located near the town of Billund and of the Denmark attractions it’s the most visited. The place is exactly what the name means - a huge park on the island of Jutland dedicated, and made up of, Lego. Tourists come to visit more than a million square feet of parkland with versions of international monuments fashioned from the small plastic bricks including miniature ports and moving cars and boats.
Funen Village: The Funen Village is an open air museum which shows what a village would have been like in the days of Hans Christian Andersen. There are some 30 buildings which have all been moved here from other places on Fyn and the islands. Visiting the museum is like stepping back into the 1800s. A village has been recreated with half-timbered houses, flower gardens, hedges, a pond and a street, all surrounded by cultivated fields.
Christianso: Of Denmark attractions this is a nice place to get away. It's a small granite island which was a fortress in the 17th-century and gives a feel like it hasn't changed much since. One will find no cars or modern buildings with cats and dogs banned, which makes it a great place for birds.
Silkeborg: Set on the banks of the Gudenå River, surrounded by forests and lakes is Silkeborg a popular place. It is world's oldest paddle steamer which is used for river trips during the summer and one will find opportunities for lots of good walking, horse riding and cycling. In the town’s museum there is a 2,400 year old body displayed of a man persevered in a peat bog was found locally.
Frederiksborg Castle, Hillerod: This is a famous historical site built during the 17th century. The Castle is a magnificent Renaissance castle which today is the home of the Museum of National History.
Skagen: This place attracts artists and visitors because of its unique light. It is the fishing port at the northern tip of Denmark with lovely beaches and dunes. The paintings at the Skagens Museum are a proof of this. It even had one of the largest churches in the country Den Tilsandede Kirke or the Buried Church until it had to be pull down because the sand dunes made it unusable though its tower still remains as a landmark.
Great Belt Exhibition Center, Halsskov: This exhibition center is considered to be as one of the largest construction projects in the world featuring a monumental exhibition. It offers visitors a great approach in all the aspects of the permanent link across the Great Belt, designed to replace the present 11.2 mile ferry crossing.