Get inspiration for your next visit in Denmark

There is a lot to experience in Denmark, whether you are into museums, theater, amusement parks, beautiful nature areas or are looking for a different taste experience. DSB has collected six experiences that are worth experiencing, when visiting Denmark! All experiences are close to a train station!

Visit Tivoli in Copenhagen

Visit Copenhagen and go for at walk in the old garden of Tivoli. A piece of culture for all ages in the middle of the city, which is much more than swings and roundabouts. You´ll love grabbing a bite to eat in the many eateries, strolling through tje fairy-tale-like gardens and enjoying vintage amusement rides! The gardens are just a 2-minute walk away from Copenhagen Central Station. This is one of the best places to visit in Denmark at Christmas, when the gardens are sparkling with hundreds of lights and the Christmas market is open.

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Have a royal experience in Copenhagen

Visit the Botanical Garden, the Royal Garden and Rosenborg Castle and see the beautiful nature in the middle of Copenhagen. These should be on your travel Denmark list if you want to capture the magic of old Copenhagen without being stuck in stagnant museums! The light and airy Copenhagen Botanical Garden covers 10 hectares with breath-taking 19th century glasshouses, while the Royal Gardens and Rosenborg Castle (one of the best-preserved castles in Europe) lavish you in royal renaissance decadence. 

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Botanical Garden
Royal Garden
Rosenborg Castle


Visit Brandts – Museum of Art and Visual Culture in Odense

Experience some of the world’s greatest artists and photographers in Funen’s largest art museum with more than 15,000 artworks and up to 20 changing art exhibitions a year. Denmark travel is never complete without a stop at Brandts in Odense, on the Funen island. It’s easily accessible by train! The museum is surrounded by shops and boutiques selling quintessential Danish goods that you can purchase on your way to see the exhibits. Brandts is a very child-friendly museum where the whole family can become immersed in the history and artwork on display. You can happily spend a whole afternoon here, at least.

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Walk in H.C. Andersen’s footsteps in Odense

Walk in Hans Christian Andersen’s famous footsteps and experience 13 distinct places which, in on one way or another, have been part of the famous story-teller’s life. If you’re not sure what to see in Denmark, take a stroll through Odense in the footsteps on Hans Christian Anderson. You’ll stroll through cobbled streets he once walked down, peak at royal gardens he played in as a child, admire sculptures in his honour, and experience a side of Odense that you won’t find by reading a guidebook.

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Visit the Old Town in Aarhus

The Old Town in Aarhus gives you a unique insight into how the Danes lived and worked in the old days, definitely worth a visit! Travel back through history by walking through the cobbled streets of the Old Town in Aarhus, an open-air museum. Walk around 75 period houses in this family-friendly street that takes your visit to Demark one step further… or back in time! We highly recommend stopping at the bakery for fresh bread baked right there in the Old Town.

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Visit Aarhus Street Food

Visit the old bus garage in Aarhus, which has been turned into a large food mecca and taste good food from more than 30 different food vendors and stalls. Of all the places to visit in Aarhus, this one is the most tantalising! Traditional Danish smørrebrød (open sandwiches with roast pork and crackling) are a must, but what will you choose for dessert? Whatever you decide on, wash it down with a pint of beer and get ready for the next course. Aarhus street food is a great way to feel that Danish hygge while refueling for your next holiday adventure in Denmark.

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