Counties in Denmark
Hovedstaden (Central East)
North Jutland (South Centre)
Sjælland (South East)
West Zealand (South East)
Campings in Denmark
9493 Saltum, Jammerbugt, Nordjylland
DK 7183 Randbøl
Randbøldal Camping , North Jutland
Holme Å Camping
Billund, Hovborg, Syddanmark
Hjørringvej 125, 9870 Sindal, Denmark
GPS coordinates: 57 28 07 N - 10 10 70 E
Sønder Klitvej 185, Bjerregaard, 6960 Hvide Sande
Hvide Sande, Ringkjobing
Travel Tips & Guides Denmark
Denmark is a country in Northern Europe. Part of it, Jutland, lies on a peninsula north of Germany while a number of islands, including two major ones, Zealand and Funen, are spread across the Baltic Sea between Jutland and Sweden. Once the seat of Viking raiders and later a major north European power, Denmark has evolved into a modern, prosperous nation that is participating in the general political and economic integration of Europe. However, the country has opted out of European Union's Maastricht Treaty, the European monetary system (EMU), and issues concerning certain internal affairs. read more...
There are several restaurants in Jomfru Ane street. In the city there are around 300 restaurants. read more...
The old castle Aalborghus Castle (Aalborghus Slot) and some picturesque houses of the 17th century remain in the center of the town. read more...
Odense (from Odins Vi, i.e. "Odin's Sanctuary", referring to Odin of Denmark's indigenous Norse mythology), is one of the oldest cities of Denmark and had its 1000th anniversary in 1988. read more...
Odense is located at the Funen island. The first reference to the city dates back in 988 in a letter of the German kaiser Otto III, although some archeological finds indicate the settlement has been around since the Viking time. read more...
Copenhagen was founded around year 1000 by Sweyn I Forkbeard (Svend Tveskæg) and his son Canute the Great (Knud den Store). It was only a fishing village by the name of "Havn" (harbour) until the middle of the 12th century when it grew in importance after coming into the possession of the Bishop Absalon, who fortified it in 1167. read more...
The main tourist area is around Nyhavn while another popular area with many cafes and restaurants is around the old University. read more...
Try one of the many lunch restaurants. They serve tasty Danish food at reasonable prices. DKK 150-200 will get you a couple of dishes, wine or beer, and coffee. They are typically open from noon to 6 p.m., so go early for lunch or later if you plan to have a light dinner. Especially in December you should book well in advance. read more...
Copenhagen is one of Europe's most enjoyable cities. Situated on the Oresund (Danish: Øresund) strait, with Sweden just minutes away by train, it is a link between mainland Europe and Scandinavia, and has a wealth of cultural and entertaining things to see and do. read more...