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Denmark

Denmark

Denmark is the country situated between the North and Baltic Seas. It is particularly popular with families with children. When you go on vacation with children, then a holiday home is the best alternative to a room in a hotel. Besides, Denmark offers an extensive program both for the young and the old.

It is not without the reason that the North Sea coast is accepted as a popular tourist region. Here you will find long beaches, where depending on a season you can either walk or swim. Such cities as Varde, Esbjerg and even the medieval Ribe are worth a visit. You will easily reach them by car from any spot of Denmark. Blåvand is the most Western point of Denmark. There is a lighthouse in Blåvandshuk from which one can enjoy a wonderful view of the sea and the city. Actually, every city has got its own charm. On the way to Vejers along the Henne beach one will get pleasure from viewing its wonderful sandy dunes.

But not only the North Sea is worth a visit. You should also go to the Baltic Sea coast where the capital of Denmark is located. Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, impresses by the beautiful city and the vacation park Tivoli that makes not only the children’s hearts to beat faster. A walk through Christiania is also very interesting. Here you can experience an alternative lifestyle and culture work as well as the story of the free city. To cut a long story short, Denmark should be visited once in any case.

Photo: Mikhail Hnot /H.J Lenk

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