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Denmark is where some of the most beautiful fairytales came to life. Of course, the man who deserves the most credit for this is the one and only Hans Christian Andersen.

Throughout history, Denmark has been one of the most beautiful countries in Europe. This Scandinavian paradise has been inviting people ever since the Viking days. Here’s a little bit of history for you - Denmark was first named around 965 AD. It’s, for sure, one of the oldest countries in this part of Europe. Denmark has changed a lot from its Viking days, but it kept its beauty.

Therefore, if you plan on visiting this country, make sure to check out this Danish Car Rental where you can get a great and reliable rental car. Having a good car at your disposal will allow you to explore the wonders of Denmark without worrying about transportation. 

Here are the things you need to see when visiting Denmark.

Hans Christian Andersen Museum, Odense
Denmark is where some of the most beautiful fairytales came to life. Of course, the man who deserves the most credit for this is the one and only Hans Christian Andersen. The writer who wrote fairytales like The Little Mermaid, The Nightingale, and The Ugly Duckling has, deservedly so, got his own museum in Odense. This wonderful piece of architecture and history is definitely something you have to see when you visit Denmark.

It will, without question, evoke the child in you and those are the most precious moments. Wouldn’t you agree?

Egeskov Castle, Kvarnstrup
Speaking of fairytales, one of the things you simply have to see is the breathtaking Egeskov Castle in Kvarnstrup. You’ll have to take a 30-minute drive from Odense to Kvarnstrup, but it’s definitely worth it. This is one of the most beautiful castles you’ll ever see in your life, but the thing that sets it apart from other castles in this part of the world is the fact that it’s the best-preserved moat castle in Europe. It’s a cultural landmark you must see while staying in Denmark.

Viking Ship Museum (Vikingeskibsmuseet), Roskilde
If you are a fan of The Viking age and don’t know what to see in Denmark, you simply have to visit the Ship Museum in Roskilde. This will provide you with the unique opportunity to see how the Vikings made their boats back in the conquering days. The modern shipbuilders are unearthing and restoring the old vessels at this boatyard, which is located near the museum. They use traditional methods to bring the old boats back to life.

If you want to learn about the Viking Age, you can go to the nearby museum and listen to the stories about some of the bravest and most capable men and women ever to exist.


Photo by Ava Coploff on Unsplash

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