Whether you want to explore an unspoilt countryside, follow in the footsteps of Hans Christian Andersen or take your children to the birthplace of Lego, cheap flights to Denmark make getting to this Scandinavian country easy. Spend a few days at Legoland and visit the capital Copenhagen before heading to the beautiful coastlines at Bornholm. Wherever you go in this unique country you will find plenty of history and culture along with lots of outdoor activities for the whole family.
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Flights to Denmark land at one of the four airports that connect the country to the rest of Europe while international flights land at Copenhagen Kastrup Airport. Start your visit to Denmark in the capital where you can enjoy excellent shopping, dining and nightlife as well as exploring the historic attractions of this old city. It is dotted with charming buildings, little alleys and ancient churches with narrow spires that reach up into the sky. While in Copenhagen:
- Admire the paintings of Rembrandt, Picasso and Matisse in the Danish National Gallery
- Let the kids have hands-on fun at the scientific Experimentarium
- Climb the helical corridor to the top of the Rundetårn for excellent city views
- Visit the beach at nearby Charlottenlund Fort
Flights to Denmark that land at Billund, Aarhus and Malmö-Sturup Airport give you easy access to all parts of the country. When you have decided which airport to use search for a hotel Denmark that meets your needs. Choices range from budget hostels and bed and breakfasts across the country to luxury choices in the centre of Copenhagen and family-friendly or all-inclusive beach resorts.
Roads and bridges in the country are well-maintained and driving around is safe and easy so why not reserve a car hire in Denmark to collect when your cheap flights to Denmark land. The Margueritruten or Marguerite Daisy Tourist Route stretches for over 3,000 km around the country. Driving it takes you to 100 important Danish attractions. The route is clearly marked with distinctive signs carrying the Marguerite daisy flower and the road can also be found on maps.