Whether you're vacationing with the family or a group of friends, a holiday in Denmark is a great choice that will make your next break from the mundane one to remember. With a holiday park in Denmark by the sea you can enjoy the magnificent beach among beautiful natural surroundings. The country is also an excellent destination for nature lovers, thanks to its spectacular fjords, bays and cliffs, while the picturesque interior is perfect for a hiking adventure. Those who have come in search of a culinary experience can visit the island of Samso in the Kattegat, famous for its cheese, potatoes and asparagus with eel along with delicious local dishes, also perfect for a family holiday in Denmark. Samso is also an island for lovers of peace and quiet, and its four ports have been a haven of refuge for fishermen and sailors alike when the Kattegat has become too rough.
With one of Bungalow.Net's affordable holiday parks in Denmark you and the entire family can have a magical time in the city of Copenhagen. Stroll past the beautiful fountain of Gefion, the largest monument in Copenhagen, located near the famous Little Mermaid. It was supposed to stand on the Town Hall Square, but you will actually find it opposite the Kastellet, the old fortifications of Copenhagen. Next to the Town Hall lies Tivoli Gardens, the second oldest amusement park in the world. Take a ride back in time on the wooden roller coaster which dates from 1914 or ride the giant Ferris Wheel, the children will surely love it. Of course you may want to save a day for Bakken. This is the oldest amusement park in the world. For those interested in the culture of Copenhagen, be sure to visit Nyhavn harbor in Copenhagen, with its colorful row of houses, one of which was home to Hans Christian Andersen for 18 years of his life. With numerous bicycle paths you'll find that it's easy to visit cultural sites such as Amalienborg Palace, winter home to the Danish Royal Family, and the Renaissance Rosenborg Castle with its Crown Jewel exhibition.
A special holiday in Denmark
The country of Denmark is perfect for creating lasting memories with family or friends, whether you're into culture, sports, nature or cuisine. Spend your days visiting museums in Copenhagen such as Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, a museum founded by brewer Carl Jacobsen. Built in 1888, it was expanded in 1996 when a new wing was built. Here you'll find a unique collection of sculptures, antique and contemporary art, an Etruscan collection, works by Monet, Manet, Renoir, Van Gogh and Bonnard, and more. If nature and the outdoors are more to your liking, you can visit the island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea for a day of fishing, golf, boating or cycling. Looking for something a bit different? In summer enjoy a midnight hike up Sermermiut Mountain, where along the way you will encounter a deserted Inuit village built on an ice fjord. It doesn't get any more off the beaten path than that!