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The best hotels to stay in Denmark (Denmark - Hotels)

Scandic Roskilde Hotel Scandic Roskilde Hotel
    Scandic  Roskilde Hotel  located close to the historic center of Roskilde  is the perfect place for business stay or just for pleasure. The  hotel gives a spectacular view over the park and lake and is situated one mile away from the Viking Ship Museum. It offers great accommodation services including  sauna, fitness center, children’s playroom, solarium, a bar, a restaurant and a business center.       The rooms are spacious and comfortable in number...
Hotel Fox Hotel Fox
   Hotel Fox is situated in the very heart of Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. The hotel provides the clients with comfortable guestrooms in a very trendy style. It has 61 rooms all of them including individualy bathroom, clock, radio, direct dial telephone, a hairdryer. For  its design have worked 21 international graphic artists that made it into an exceptional and unique lifestyle hotel.     The hotel from its balcony offers a great view over the city and is at a short distance f...
Hotel Kong Arthur Hotel Kong Arthur
    Situated just at 5 minutes from the center of the city the Hotel Kong Arthur offers a great  view of the Copenhagen’s lakes. This hotel  includes 117 guestrooms with 11 suites,very spacious and bright  each of them decorated in a specific style .The hotel dates since 1882 and offers comfortable rooms with wooden floors, cable tv, wireless internet . The suites offer a private jacuzzi and bathrobes specific services for a four stars hotel.     The hotel combines the ...

The best places to visit in Denmark (Denmark - Destinations)

Copenhagen Copenhagen
    Although the largest city in the Scandinavian countries, Copenhagen maintains a provincial air, very appreciated by tourists. Houses with gables, narrow streets and skyline dominated by church steeples - these are elements that characterize the town.       Copenhagen is also the most green capital of Europe - most of the center is busy pedestrian areas and the number of bikes is often higher than the car. Green spaces - including the famous Tivoli Park - prevails in Copenhagen.&nbs...
Aarhus Aarhus
  Aarhus is the second largest city and capital of Jutland. Has a very well preserved historic center, some interesting museums and especially old churches, where sermons are yet. Within walking distance of town there are many quality beaches and if you want you can ride the bicycle around the city or region can make excursions. The main attraction is the old town, Den Gamle By, a real open air museum, where there are 75 restored buildings representing several regions Danish styles, built in the XVII - XVIII. Surely you will need s...
Marmorkirken Marmorkirken
  Dedicated to St. Frederick, this beautiful baroque church, built of very expensive Norwegian marble, began to be built in 1749. The works were stopped between 1770 and 1874 because of budgetary restrictions, the sanctuary was completed only in 1894. Around the church are statues representing more than 16 religious leaders from Moses to Luther, and a series of sculptures depicting major Danish pastors and bishops....