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Denmark Holidays & Tours

On Denmark Holidays experience charming towns combined with modern buildings and structures. Recently voted one of the most liveable and happiest countries in the world, Denmark holidays offer ancient castles, modern cities, viking history and great food and drink. Marvel at the castles of Rosenborg and Kronborg, the latter being a UNESCO Heritage site and the setting for Shakespeare's Hamlet, the former being home to some of Denmark´s greatest cultural treasures, not least the crown jewels and the Danish Crown regalia.

Stroll through Copenhagen's charming streets and see modern Danish style in it's numerous boutiques and eateries, witness Viking history at Roskilde's Viking Ship Museum,  relax on stunning beaches along the Danish Riviera and spend a day at Tivoli - one of the world's oldest amusement parks.

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Dine in one of Copenhagen's many Michelin starred restaurants - the city has as many Michelin starred restaurants as Madrid and Rome. Smorrebrod (an open sandwich) filled with fillings of your choice, Frikadeller (delicious Danish meatballs), Slid (pickled herring - one of Regent's favourites!), and tasty Danish pastries, known as Wienerbrod. 

Popular brands of Ol, Danish for beer, are Carlsberg and Tuborg. Another popular drink is schnapps, or Akvavit. 

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Numerous castles, some of our favourites being:
Rosenborg Castle - built in 1633 of red brick decorated with sandstone. Rosenborg is not only a beautiful historic building, it is also a fascinating museum of cultural history which houses some of Denmark´s greatest cultural treasures, not least the crown jewels and the Danish Crown regalia.

Kronborg Castle - built in the 1420s by the Danish king Eric of Pomerania. Located near the town of Helsingor it has been one of the most important Renaissance castles in Northern Europe and part of the UNESCO's World Heritage Sites list from 2000. 

Fredensborg Castle - built in 1722 and the spring and autumn residence of the Danish Queen. 


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