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Denmark Information


Denmark offers lively cities, rural charm, ancient castles and almost 5,000km of great beaches. See it at your own pace with a rental car from Avis or Sixt today!


Copenhagen is Scandinavia’s largest and liveliest city. It features a large number of cultural and historic attractions, as well as an abundance of museums, galleries, cafes and restaurants, parks, gardens and squares. Highlights include Radhuspladsen, Copenhagen’s main square, Stroget, the world’s longest pedestrian street, the Musical History Museum, the Nationalmuseet museum, Amalienborg Palace, the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek museum, The Erotica Museum, Helligandskirke, one of Copenhagen’s oldest churches and The Free City of Christiania.

Apart from Copenhagen, the region of Zealand offers dramatic fjords and endless sandy beaches. The town of Roskilde features the Viking Ship Museum.


Funen is Denmark’s second largest island featuring an idyllic rural landscape. Odense, the largest town on the island, was the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen and features many Andersen-related attractions. Other Odense attractions include the Fyns Kunstmuseum art gallery and Funen Village, a reconstructed 19th century village. Funen also features sandy beaches and historic churches and farmhouses.


Jutland is the most visited region of Denmark outside of Copenhagen. It is a region of windswept moors, beaches and dramatic coastlines. The university city of Arhus is filled with entertainment, great food and Danish culture. The Lake District offers canoeing, cycling, hiking and cruising. Ancient military history is on display at Fredericia. The popular Legoland contains the world’s cities in miniature, recreated using Lego blocks. Ribe is Scandinavia’s oldest town, dating from the 9th century, and has a large range of historic sites.


Lolland features an idyllic pastoral landscape, cultural and historical sites and natural attractions. Highlights include the Maribo Domkirke cathedral, Bangshane wood, Storstroms Kunstmuseum, Frilandmuseum, the Museumbanen antique steam train, the Knuthenborg Safari Park and Nakskov, the town with a museum on board a Russian submarine.

Driving In Denmark

When on a driving holiday in Denmark, ensure that you adhere to road rules and regulations. The following is a brief guide to Danish road rules and road conditions.

Speed limits and blood alcohol limits are enforced in Denmark. The blood alcohol limit is .05. Seatbelts are compulsory. Traffic in Denmark drives on the right. Two major bridges in Denmark charge tolls. No other tolls exist. Headlights must be on at all times. Only hands free mobile phones are permitted while driving.

Danish roads are quite good and a motorway network exists. On motorways, emergency telephones are available every 2km.

The Marguerite Route is a tourist route that is around 3500km long. It passes by more than 1,000 tourist attractions.