Published 1 February 2018
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Denmark is officially known as the Kingdom of Denmark and it is a Scandinavian country comprising of the Jutland Peninsula and numerous islands. Denmark is great to visit during the summer months when the weather is warm, as there are nice beaches, lots of castles to sightsee, quaint villages to explore, great nature trails, and gorgeous cities and old towns to spend afternoons.
Pictured: brightly coloured townhouses of Nyhavn the 17th-century waterfront in Copenhagen, Denmark. There you’ll see boats, great architecture, a harbour, and lots of bars and restaurants facing the harbour. You can also take canal tours.
Pictured: Aalborg waterfront city nightscape. Aalborg is a city in the Jutland region of Denmark
Pictured: Sand dunes and a white sand beach, Denmark. The North Sea beaches in Denmark generally speaking are very beautiful and worth a visit.
Pictured: Frederiksborg Castle, a palatial complex in Hillerod, Denmark. Inside the castle you can see the interiors of jaw-dropping beauty. Outside and around the castle you can enjoy majestic parks and gardens.
Pictured: Egeskov Castle - one of Europe's best preserved Renaissance water castles on Funen Island. FYI: Funen aka Denmark’s Garden Island is the birthplace of the famous author Hans Christian Andersen.
Pictured: A round church of Bornholm. Bornholm is a Danish island known for its round churches built in 12th and 13th centuries.