“The name Lego® is an abbreviation of two Danish words leg godt, meaning “play well.” The company was started in 1932 by Ole Kirk Christiansen. Lego began producing its iconic bricks in 1958. For more than 60 years, over 320 billion Lego bricks have been sold worldwide—nearly 60 bricks for every human on the planet.“
Browse through different attractions in Denmark. Find out the best places to visit throughout Denmark and the best sights. Find information from the world famous Lego land, to the Carlsberg district in Copenhagen, Hans Christian Anderson Museum to the The statue of The Little Mermaid. Denmark has many fantastic places to visit so start discovering them today.
Cities in Denmark
Browse through Cities in Denmark. Find where to visit whilst in the cities of Denmark. Discover information on places to eat and nightlife you can spend your evenings dancing the night away. Find the best places to shop and where to relax after. You can also share your pictures from your visits and leave advice for other people visiting cities throughout Denmark.
Places to Stay
Search through our listings of places to stay in Denmark. Search through hotels or apartments in the Cities or find houses you can rent throughout Denmark. If you are not interested in hotels or apartments then we also provide information on campsites and motorhome stops in Denmark. Search our list of dedicated motorhome stops and find address` and contact details if available.
Traditionally the cuisine of Denmark has relied on locally sourced produce.The long winters and lack of refrigeration meant that foods were unable to be kept and had to be preserved in other ways such as drying, smoking or pickling. By preserving in this way the food grown or sourced locally meant that people were self sufficient and able to feed themselves during the long harsh winter months.
Recipes from Denmark show the influence of how locally sourced foods in Denmark were preserved for the long, cold winters. The delicious pickles and preserves, the smoked meats and bacons, for which Denmark is justifiably famous, and the salted and dried fish all have a place in Denmark’s tasty foods.