Denmark holidays and tours, 2014 and 2015

Denmark cycling holiday, self guided
A relaxed cycling holiday exploring beautiful Denmark, from £775 (7 days) ex flights
Lyngby hotel near Copenhagen, Denmark
Experience modern facilities in historic surroundings, from DKK599 - DKK999 per room per night
Middelfart hotel in Denmark
Experience modern facilities in historic surroundings, from DKK999 - DKK1199 per room per night
Boutique hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark
Colourful hotel, with a hint of retro in the centre of town, from DKK696 - DKK973 per person per night
Denmark campsite by the beach
Relaxed, family friendly campsite in unspoiled surroundings, from DKK70 per person per night
Korinth bed and breakfast, Denmark
Accomodation in historical and fully atmosphered surrondings, from €81 - €120 per room per night (sleeps 2)
Copenhagen harbour hotel, Denmark
A stylish hotel, with good views of the waterfront, from DKK902 - DKK4825 per room per night
Denmark to England sailing holiday
Tall ship voyage from Aalborg, Denmark to Weymouth, from £1000 - £1250 (11 days) ex flights
Langeland Island guesthouse B&B, Denmark
Cozy cuntryside B&B in the island of Langeland, Denmark, from DKK375 per person per night
Denmark Lakeside hotel
Easy to find - hard to leave behind, from DKK995 - DKK2345 per accommodation per night
Copenhagen hotel and spa, Denmark
King Arthur inspired hotel with modern facilities, from DKK900 - DKK1500 per accommodation per night
Copenhagen city centre boutique hotel, Denmark
Avenue feelings in the heart of Copenhagen, from DKK1100 - DKK2000 per accommodation per night
Hotel Danmark in Copenhagen, Denmark
Modern hotel in the old part of town, from DKK600 - DKK1500 per accommodation per night (sleeps 2)
Viking long ship tour in Denmark
Sail the Danish fjords on a Viking long-ship, from £435 (4 days) ex flights
Copenhagen city centre hotel, Denmark
Cool and modern budget hotel in the center of Copenhagen, from DKK600 - DKK3000 per room per night
Ebberup country hotel, Denmark
Experience modern facilities in historic surroundings, from DKK499 - DKK1499 per accommodation per night
Middelfart self-catering coastal resort, Denmark
Waterfront Resort with large bungalows in Middelfart Funen, from DKK1275 per house per night
Self catering farmstay in Denmark
Organic family farm in southern Jylland, from DKK160 - DKK320 per accommodation per night
Cosy Copenhagen luxury hotel, Denmark
Restful, relaxing oasis in Gentofte, 8 km outside Copenhagen, from DKK915 - DKK4425 per room per night
Rold Skov resort hotel, Denmark
Breathtaking views and beautiful forest surroundings, from DKK495 - DKK1695 per double room per night
Hotel Opera, Copenhagen
A classic old-English style hotel beside the Royal Theatre, from DKK863 - DKK4525 per room per night
Denmark country hotel
Experience modern facilities in historic surroundings, from DKK499 - DKK710 per accommodation per night
Jutland farmstay accommodation, Denmark
B&B etc near Billund / Brande in farmhouse - peacefull place, from DKK200 - DKK500 per accommodation per night
Copenhagen city centre hotel, Denmark
Best location in the centre and competitive rates, from DKK395 - DKK995 per person per night incl breakfast
Zealand farmstay accommodation, Denmark
B&B and farmstay at the beautiful Tystrup-Bavelse lake, from DKK500 - DKK800 per apartment per night
Copenhagen waterfront hotel
Located on the waterfront neighbouring Amalienborg & Nyhavn, from DKK1275 - DKK2055 per accommodation per night
Nyhavn harbour hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark
A fine elegant hotel, full of character and ambience, from DKK1129 - DKK7550 per room per night
Copenhagen city hotel, Denmark
A cool, trendy hotel on Copenhagen’s Town Hall Square, from DKK973 - DKK5625 per room per night
Copenhagen waterfront hotel, Denmark
A modern hotel overlooking Copenhagen’s waterfront, from DKK905 - DKK4525 per room per night
Crowne Plaza Copenhagen hotel in Denmark
Sustainable hotel in Copenhagen with Danish design, from DKK895 - DKK1895 per accommodation per night

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Zealand farmstay accommodation, Denmark
Memorable parts? The most friendly relaxing holiday on a wonderful farm, kids able to run free in a beautiful environment. Animals to pet and good comfortable clean accommodation. Tips? Book it! Satnav worked well. Local benefits? Yes. Overall rating? Excellent. (more)Maxine Dursham
From DKK500 - DKK800 per apartment per night

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5 stars
I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
4 stars
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
3 stars
Very enjoyable
2 stars
It was OK
1 star
A bit disappointing really
The Play House, Denmark

Things to see & do in Denmark

Surrounded by soft white sandy coastline and pristine sea with pockets of enchanting forest, soft rolling heath land and picturesque lakes throughout, Denmark offers the perfect backdrop to a memorable holiday with an excellent range of facilities to suit all tastes and budgets.

Copenhagen City Break

With its winning combination of historical attractions and fairytale castles, trendy cafés and world class cuisine, cutting-edge contemporary design and a thriving cultural scene, Copenhagen has developed over the centuries to become one of Northern Europe’s most vibrant cities. Add in excellent shopping, interesting museums and eye catching architecture – not to mention an Abundance of open green spaces and miles of cycle routes – and it's clear that Copenhagen offers a city break experience outside the ordinary. See our range of Copenhagen holidays
Cycling, Denmark

Cycling holidays in Denmark

According to the city’s climate strategy, Copenhagen is to be the world's first CO2 neutral capital by 2025, and a green vibe flows through every corner of the city. Whether you are looking to eat, drink, shop or sleep, Copenhagen has an eco-friendly option for you.

One of the best ways to explore the vibe of stylish and cool Copenhagen is by bike. The city boasts more bikes than cars, including 2,000 free bikes for hire by visitors and there are more than 220 miles of dedicated cycle lanes in the city centre. The water in the inner harbour is so clean you can swim in it, 63 % of the hotel rooms in Copenhagen hold an official eco-certification – the highest percentage in any capital - and with chic and inventive new restaurants focusing on seasonal, local, organic produce, Copenhagen truly leads the way in all things eco-friendly, making the Danish capital a hotspot for green travellers.
Seascape, Denmark

Coast & Countryside

From country towns and regional cities to wonderful wildlife and beautiful beaches, a short break in Denmark offers a huge range of possibilities that will appeal to all walks of life. With more than 4,500 miles of coastline and broad, white, sandy beaches - of which many have the EU Blue Environmental flag - Denmark is the perfect destination for a holiday by the sea.

Holidaymakers with a love for the great outdoors will find plenty of appeal in Denmark. Favourite pastimes include canoeing and sailing along the waterfront, and for cyclists and hikers Denmark provides a scenic landscape of great natural beauty with routes marked out through the undulating countryside, meandering coastline, moorland and meadows. There are plenty of traditional fishing villages, picturesque houses, artists colonies and beautiful castles and inns to stay in and explore, making Denmark an ideal destination for those wishing to go off the beaten track in search of some sun, sea and culture along the way.
Lighthouse, Denmark

Touring Holidays in Denmark

With in excess of 7,400 miles of sign-posted cycle routes, no insurmountable mountains, beautiful nature and short distances between dining and accommodation, Denmark is close to the perfect cycle destination. Spoiled for choice when it comes to touring itineraries, visitors looking to travel under their own steam can walk or cycle sections of The Marguerite Route, a scenic route that passes through spectacular countryside on its way past more than 200 of Denmark's most popular attractions. Marked by characteristic Marguerite (daisy) road-signs, this winding 2,200 miles route takes in the cities of Copenhagen, Odense and Aalborg as it wends its way through Zealand, Funen and on through Central and Northern Jutland, exploring some of the country's most remote corners. Dotted with interesting sights – including breathtaking natural scenery, historic fortifications, ancient burial mounds and plenty of Viking history -visitors can easily make a leisurely exploration along one of the many designated, long-distance touring trails - ideal for exploring on foot, by bike or on an unhurried drive along picturesque country lanes.

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