Denmark is a country full of picturesque villages, castles, monuments and a long coastline. Many couples and backpackers make their way to Denmark each year to take in the history and the culture. Everywhere you go, there are attractive views that draw you in, a lake district, white cliffs like those in Dover and over 3000 miles of unspoilt beaches. The beaches are extremely tidy and covered in golden sands leading down to the waters edge. You will find 405 named islands, 600 lakes and a number of rivers to enjoy when you visit Denmark. When staying in hotels in Denmark, you will find a large number of good hotels to enjoy, many of which are located near the seaside resorts. Hotels are graded on a 1-5-star basis and offer room only, bed and breakfast and self-catering among other board basis.
Denmark is a brilliant destination for people that enjoy cycling. There are brilliant areas to cycle through, and it is a great way of getting around the towns and taking in the sights. Horse-riding is another way of getting around the towns and taking in sights. You can also ride along the beaches and if you are a beginner then you can take lessons at the riding schools. Health resorts are popular and offer many relaxing treatments to make your holiday that much more enjoyable. Sailing, fishing, canoeing, diving, kite surfing and windsurfing are all water sports that you can try in Denmark. Golf is hugely popular in Denmark with many championship standard golf courses to choose from.
The most popular dish in Denmark is seafood. Over a dozen restaurants in the capital of Denmark hold the Michelin star status and you will find fast food outlets in most towns. There are no licensing hours in Denmark and tipping is not necessary. There is a wide selection of nightlife, with Copenhagen having many places open until 5am. Aalborg is also lively in the evenings and you will have nightclubs, jazz clubs and dance clubs to choose from. Many bars can be found in most of the towns, however if you prefer something quieter, then why not try the ballet or opera shows. Copenhagen is a brilliant place to go shopping, with clothing, jewellery, ceramics and a variety of souvenirs available to you.
Rainfall in Denmark is spread throughout the year, however summer and autumn are the wettest seasons. July and August are the warmest months, where temperatures can reach up to 20°C. January is the coldest month where temperatures range between -3°C and 3°C. Snow does occasionally occur in the winter months whereas the summer months have a mixture of rainfall and sunshine. It rarely gets unbearably hot in Denmark which is something else that makes it so appealing.