When touring around Denmark, I wanted to learn more about Viking culture, so I made a stop at Roskilde Denmark, where there’s a small culture village and a museum dedicated to the regional folk history with some about the vikings.
Copenhagen was charming. I only had a couple of days to tour around, but the canals and the relax atmosphere during blue skies summer days made me feel like I could definitely linger here for long. I was surprised to
To take a trip back in time to experience Denmark in the middle ages go to one of the living history museums around Denmark. I visited the Middelaldercentret Denmark at the south-eastern part in Nykøbing Falster and enjoyed it very much. Lots of
Denmark has some wonderful natural scenery and one of the main attractions is the south-eastern tip of Denmark – the Møns Klint cliffs. These are 6kms of white chalk cliffs near to clear blue waters and surrounded by forest green.
Visiting Denmark, I headed off from Copenhagen towards the southern Møns Klint cliff, and on the way noticed an interesting attraction. A specialty museum featuring a large collection of Danish nostalgia, an opportunity to explore Danish culture and compare their nostalgia
Odense is a charming Danish town best known for being the home town of Hans Christian Andersen. You have the Hans Christian Andersen museum, Hans Christian Andersen’s old home, where he grew up, etc. if Hans Christian Andersen did something in that town, then
I had the most wonderful time roaming around Denmark for a few days and experience Danish culture. Starting off in Copenhagen, I did a circle towards the south, heading north-west, and finally completing the circle heading back east to Copenhagen.
Made it to Denmark, finally, after so many years of making plans for it. I guess it took getting away from the Netherlands and moving to Asia to be able to make a plan to make that happen. So, when