Aalborg: An important Danish cultural centre with its own symphony orchestra and opera company, the city also enjoys a number of major entertainment venues. Museums include the Aalborg Historical Museum as well as its Museum of Modern Art. The annual major Aalborg Carnival during May attracts over 100,000 people.
Odense: An old city, in 1998 it celebrated its 1,000 year anniversary. The Gothic Cathedral of Saint Canute is here as is the Odense Palace. The Funen Village open air museum has buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries obtained from Funish villages to experience. Hans Christian, the Danish author and poet had his house here that you can visit, as well as a museum dedicated to him.
Aarhus: The region was occupied by Vikings from at least 900 A.D., making it the oldest major city in the country. An interesting place to visit is the Old Town, with medieval buildings from all over Denmark, not just Aarhus. Museums here include the large ARoS, dedicated to contemporary art and the Frihedsmuseet, a museum about the Danish resistance in WWII. Feminism is celebrated at the Kvindemuseet, showing its influence in history and culture.
Copenhagen: The capital of Denmark is a clean and vibrant city. Walking its many pedestrian only streets for shopping and visiting the palaces and museums will keep visitors happily occupied. More about Copenhagen.
You can find hotels and other accommodation in Denmark from luxury hotels to budget backpackers, serviced apartments and bed and breakfasts.
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