Best Time To GoMay - October
Time ZoneET +6 hours
Denmark Luxury Travel
Explore the land of Hamlet and Hygge
Denmark is much more than the land of Hamlet, although Shakespeare’s immortal drama figures prominently in any journey to this tiny country. Elsinore’s Kronberg Castle, the setting for the play, attracts fans of the Bard from around the world. Yet Denmark is also a land of modern cities, preschools nestled in forests and hygge, the sense of coziness and community Danes feel when spending time with people they care about.
Stroll the cobbled streets of Copenhagen, capital of Denmark, to discover historic treasures and modern wonders, chic shopping and world-class cuisine. Visit a Renaissance fortress, learn about Denmark’s Viking past and marvel at the endearing bronze Little Mermaid statue, inspired by Hans Christian Anderson’s beloved fairytale, which graces a rock along the shore of Copenhagen’s harbor. Visit the striking Louisiana Museum, with its masterpieces of contemporary and modernist art and cruise the city’s sparkling canals for unexpected views of the capital. Experience bee keeping on the roof of City Hall or wander through the lush grounds of magical Tivoli, a prime source of inspiration for Walt Disney when he was imagining Disneyland.
Join A&K for a colorful, exhilarating journey through Denmark, the oldest Kingdom in the world, as one of no more than 18 guests on Luxury Small Group Journey or on a Luxury Tailor Made Travel itinerary created just for you and around your interests.
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