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Tours in Denmark starting from $2,228

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Denmark Tours

According to the first ever World Happiness Report, commissioned for the UN Conference of Happiness held in April 2012, Denmark is the happiest nation in the world.

The World Audit ranks Denmark as the world’s least corrupt and one of the most democratic country in 2012.

In 1989, Denmark became the first country to legalise same-sex unions.

Denmark has an employment rate of 75% which is the highest in Europe.

Arthus, the second largest city in Denmark, is home to the best preserved bog person in the world.

Denmark is the birthplace of Lego toys.

Why go on a Denmark Tour?

There are multiple reasons why going on a Denmark tour is perfect for travellers dreaming about a European experience. Aside from having the friendliest people in the world, Denmark exudes with lively towns, moving medieval and modern architecture, and an effortlessly cool style. Copenhagen, the Danish capital, is a nice blend of old and new Europe. Explore its beautiful medieval centre, and marvel at the sight of inspired art, such as the Danish Radio Concert Hall designed by Jean Nouvel. Visit the structure at night and understand the meaning behind Nouvel’s words “Architecture is like music,” as moving images project onto the building - giving you one spectacular performance. Also enjoy Copenhagen’s relaxed atmosphere, as you bike ride from quaint café to the next.

Perhaps see the childhood home of Hans Christian Andersen, author behind famous pieces such as The Ugly Duckling and the Little Mermaid. Or if you’re more of a Shakespeare fan, head to Kronborg Castle, commonly referred to as the Hamlet Castle, and let the setting of his famous work stimulate future musings. Roller coaster enthusiasts will also have a grand time in Denmark as they venture to Tivoli Gardens. First opened in 1843, the park is best known for its wooden rollercoaster Rustjebanen and Himmelskibet, the world’s tallest carousel. You will definitely not run out of things to do and see in Denmark. In fact, this splendid place will have you wanting to extend your visit!

When is the best time to go?

The best time to go on a Denmark tour is early summer, especially the month of June where the day are longest and the weather is warm. July and August are also good alternatives since there are lots of outdoor events during these months. However, the summer months of July and August tend to be the peak travel season, so finding accommodations can be scarce around this time.

Despite the fact that Denmark is part of Scandinavia, it is not subjected to the same freezing temperatures you’d expect from this part of the world. The weather never actually gets unbearable and summers typically hover around 25C.

When you’re ready to start planning, begin by launching our Tour Finder, which allows you to compare all Denmark tours quickly and easily. Select your desired date range and choose up to three different cities, and our tour finder will show you the best matches. You can also speak with a tripcentral.ca travel agent who’s actually been there!