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The fact that Denmark is very much a sea-going nation should come as no surprise when you realise it comprises of over 400 separate islands. Only the Jutland peninsular connects it to the mainland of Europe, via its border with Germany.

With a history stretching back over a 1000 years, to a time when the country was ruled by the Danish Vikings, modern day Denmark is a land of lush green farmland, and pretty villages. The few larger towns & cities are concentrated mainly in the coastal areas, and there is nowhere in the land that is more than an hour from the sea.

The low population, and long coastline mean that there are often miles of beautiful white sandy beaches that are almost empty.

Copenhagen is the largest and liveliest of all the Scandanavian capitals, and has a wealth of cultural attractions to offer. From world renowned museums, to lavish architectural delights, and even Europe’s largest rock festival at Roskilde, Denmark has so much to offer!


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