Denmark – Custom Made Journeys

Lakani Custom Made Journeys just for you.

Travel at your own pace, on your own time on an itinerary custom designed just for you, your family, or your group. Whether you are celebrating an anniversary trip for two, planning a vacation for the family, or looking for a travel experience for your special interest group, Lakani’s experts will create a tour that exceeds your expectations. With Lakani you have the advantage of working with a team that has first-hand travel knowledge of virtually every part of the world with a network of contacts to help you plan your trip, and the experience to make it happen.

Choose to go on your own or be accompanied by a Lakani Tour Manager. Use commercial aircraft or your own private aircraft. The choice is yours with a Lakani Custom Made Journey.

Denmark is the smallest country in Scandinavia, sharing Viking history, strong appreciation for design and a tendency to enjoy the outdoors with Norway, Sweden and Finland. It offers visitors plenty to see and do by itself or in an itinerary combined with one or more of the other north European countries, or even its autonomous regions of Greenland and the Faroe Islands.

Small, cozy cities (even the country’s largest are on the small side), unexpected natural wonders as well as manmade design installations, historic castles and storybook villages provide many opportunities to explore this friendly nation.

Denmark is also often included in multi-country itineraries including other Scandinavian countries or other destinations in Europe.

 

 

Highlights:

  • Iconic Nyhavn Harbour, lined with colorful row houses and boats.
  • The Little Mermaid and Tivoli Gardens
  • UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Kronborg Castle, Roskilde Cathedral, Viking rune stones, Wadden Sea National Park
  • Odense – the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen
  • Viking Ship Museum and numerous historic sites

Pricing:

Customized pricing based on itinerary.

Lakani World Tours can create a travel itinerary best suited for you – depending on your time, interests, and budget. Here are just some recommendations:

  •  Copenhagen

Denmark’s sophisticated capital city offers some of the most magical sightseeing. Here you see the Little Mermaid, the Royal Palace, visit the Crown Jewels at Rosenborg Castle and enjoy fanciful Tivoli Gardens. Take a canal ride and visit colorful Nyhavn Harbour. Along the “Danish Riviera” have a view across the water to Sweden and visit Kronborg Castle featured in Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

  •  Odense

Located on the island of Fyn, this is the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen, writer of fairy tales; a step back in time where you can walk in the author’s footsteps. Visit the museum in the house where he was reportedly born, the Fairy Tale Garden and enjoy exploring the cobbled streets in the oldest sections of town.

  •  Aarhus

The second largest city after Copenhagen is a design hotspot with something for everyone: modern art museum and shopping, the prehistory Moesgaard Museum, Viking history, a charming old town and lively pedestrian zones.

  •  North Jutland

This northern portion of the Denmark peninsula is actually an island, separated from the mainland by Limfjord.  In Aalborg, see the spectacular modern waterfront of iconic architecture, visit the ancient Viking Burial Site at Lindholm Høje, used as a burial site between 400-1000 AD and experience both old merchant houses and new wall murals in the cobbled streets of old town.

Further north are wild areas where natural forces are bringing a lighthouse ever closer to falling into the ocean and sand is overtaking a church today leaving only the tower visible. At the top of Denmark, where the Baltic Sea meets the North Sea, the windswept dunes and seaside heritage have combined in the artistic community of Skagen.

  •  Jutland

Mainland Denmark, the region attached to the European continent, includes 3 UNESCO World Heritage sites, the Viking Rune Stones monument at Jelling, Europe’s best-preserved Moravian city, Christiansfeld and the Wadden Sea National Park.

  •  Faroe Islands

Islands in the North Atlantic with stunning natural vistas, waterfalls, bird life and Nordic culture. The archipelago includes 18 islands connected by tunnels, ferries, causeways and bridges.  Tours include the capital of Tórshavn, including the old town of Tiganes and Skansin Fort. Drive to Toftir to understand the importance of sheep in this remote land.

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Hotel accommodations will be based on your specific travel program, dates, budget and availability at time of booking.

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