is a friendly country; easy to reach with the added advantage
that almost everyone speaks English.
The west coast is very family oriented, with excellent beaches
and lovely islands to explore. Windsurfing is very popular.
Inland, the southern half of Jutland is largely agricultural;
towards the north the scenery becomes progressively wilder.
This is a land of water, dominated by lakes and the sea. The
tip, Skagen, is well known for its rugged beauty.
right in the center, there are the popular attractions of
Legoland and the Lion Park Safari park, and the many small
villages that have retained a picture-postcard prettiness,
with old houses, churches and inns. Or visit the gentle country
seaside areas around Kerteminde or Ebeltoft.
And then there's
Copenhagen, a lively modern city, full of museums, galleries,
bars, restaurants and theatres. For a
taste of how
amusement parks used to be (with some modern scary rides
thrown in!) visit the magical Tivoli Gardens. Although
to do, it's a very laid-back city, with a friendly and
unthreatening feel. And the citizens of the other Danish
cities, such as
Arhus and Odense, would claim that they can hold their
own in terms
of attractions and a genuine welcome.