Newest Review: ... restaurants, concerts, nightlife and much more going on. For anyone visiting Denmark Legoland is a must. It is a great place for adults as well as for children and it is also a place which can be revisited many times as they constantly build new lego landscapes. A great attraction if the weather is nice is the West coast. It is a fun place to swim as the waves often gets very strong. Worth a visit and it is recommend to stay there for a couple of days just to relax and enjoy the wind and sea. If you carry on further south you will eventually hit the german border. And if you have never been to Germany Flensburg is a nice destination for... more
Customer Denmark Reviews (5)
by - written on 03/07/02, updated on 03/07/02 (Very useful, 188 readings)
If you are looking for a nice holiday, in a nice country with nice people and you are not too worried about the weather then Denmark is a great place. The rather flat country side offers great variations from the east to the west and from the nort to the south. Denmark is a small country but it does still have a lot to offer both to people seeking cultural entertainment and for people preferrring being out in the nature. In the very north of Jutland (Jylland, mainland connected with Germany) you will find Skagen, a beautiful little town ... if you go all the way up to the tip of the country (just north of Skagen) you will find lovely sandy beaches and you can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/01, updated on 15/06/01 (Useful, 63 readings)
Having recently returned from a ten year stay in Denmark, the following are some usefull tips for anyone contemplating taking up residency. In order to live in the country longer than the statutary 3 months the Danish authorities like to see the following criteria satisfied. 1 A job. Don't worry about the language barrier, there are various places that employ English speaking people.Among these and in Copenhagen are Rosie Magees The John Smiths Pub (which i might add has an excelent rugby team called the Exiles and is all British) The Australian Bar is another of our coloquial cousins havens and is normaly on the look out for staff. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/00, updated on 04/07/00 (Very useful, 62 readings)
My first day in Copenhagen was not exciting. The weather was gloomy and the Tivoli Park was not open because it was still in April. However, there was one thing I must say. The warmth and friendliness of Danish was almost unsurpassed in most of the European countries. They were so helpful. Whenever we had doubt about the bus we should take, somebody will always turn up to help us. When you travel around the county, I had an inexplicable sense of secure. It appeared to me as if the country was free of crimes. Another notable thing was that although Copenhagen does not have underground or Metro system, the bus system is superb. There is extensive bus network around ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/00, updated on 13/07/00 (Very useful, 93 readings)
I have been to Denmark just once last easter, and first impressions were the friendly people and the clenliness of the place..most of my days were spent in Copenhagen although i must admit there was not much to do there. The Tivoli does not open until summer ... so i missed the chance of seeing that. Copenhagen is a city of many museums.. incidentally if you are into museums, galleries, you can get the Copenhagen card which offers a lot of discounts. Since I am not into the museum thing, I did without it.As it is the home of Hans Cristian Anderson, you can catch the statue of the famed little mermaid there...which is a walkable distance from the palace where you can also Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/00, updated on 14/06/00 (Useful, 39 readings)
I've visited Denmark twice in the past few years, and both times I've found it to be a lovely place. Still unspoilt by excessive commercialisation, the country is peaceful and serene. The towns are clean, the people friendly. It's a very small country, so everything on the mainland is within easy driving reach in under a day. If you want to visit the islands (and Copenhagen), you'll need to use a ferry, which are hassle-free and regular. For campers, Denmark has a wealth of sites of a decent quality, but if you want something a little warmer, you can easily get a holiday home for a good price. There may not be a great deal to do (besides ... Read the complete review
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