Scandinavia - Denmark (Chapter)
This is the Denmark chapter from Lonely Planet's Scandinavia guidebook.
To the rest of Scandinavia, the Danes are fun-loving, frivolous party animals, with relatively liberal, progressive attitudes. Their culture, food, architecture and appetite for conspicuous consumption owe as much to their German neighbours as to Sweden, Norway and Iceland.
- shop, nosh and chill in Scandinavia's capital of cool, Copenhagen
- be inspired by the art and the views at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk
- snoop around Kronborg Slot, Hamlet's epic home in Helsingør
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Understand Denmark, History, People, Arts, Wildlife, Environmental Issues, Food & Drink, Directory A-Z, Getting There & Away, Getting Around, Copenhagen, Zealand, North Zealand, Zealand's North Coast, Roskilde, Køge, Trelleborg, Vordingborg, South Islands,Møn, Falster, Bornholm, Rønne, Dueodde, Bornholm's East Coast, Gudhjem, Sandvig & Allinge, Funen, Odense, Ladbyskibet & Vikingemuseet Ladby, Egeskov Slot, Faaborg, Lyø, Avernakø & Bjørnø, Svendborg, South Funen Archipelago, Tåsinge, Langeland, Ærø, Jutland, Aarhus, Randers Regnskov, Jelling, the Lake District, Aalborg, Frederikshavn, Skagen, Hirtshals, Faroe Islands, Esbjerg, Ribe, Fanø
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