Tivoli is the inspiration behind the world-famous Disney theme parks, it has roller coaster, theaters, restaurants, gardens & concert hall.
Christiansborg is the power base of the kingdom of Denmark and now home to the Parliament, the Prime Minister's Office, and the Supreme Court.
The forests in Denmark are verdant and lush, but far from being merely relaxing, they also offer vertiginous rides for mountain bikers.
It displays an impressive collection of Danish artefacts, including a 2,000-year-old sun chariot, Danish porcelain and silver, Gothic church trimmings.
The star of countless images and postcards of the city, Nyhavn is a great place to stroll or grab a slice of Copenhagen café culture.
The trained staff will carry out a tandem jump with you, so you can feel the adrenalin rush that only freefalling can guarantee.
In the Frederiksstaden quarter, Amalienborg Palace and its tranquil gardens by the water. Originally built as residences for the nobility.
Decades in the planning and controversial, Oresund Bridge has quickly become a Scandinavian icon. On Danish side, it starts out as a tunnel.
Occupying 35 hectares, there are farmhouses, agricultural buildings, dwellings, mills from across the country in this "living museum."
The National Gallery of Denmark houses the country's largest collection of Danish art.
Round Tower is 36 meters high and was built in 1642. Here, you'll find a small collection connected with the famous Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe.
Kronborg Castle scores top billing on Helsingor's list of must-see sights. Even those with just a passing interest in the bard will surely want to visit.