As the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen sees the most footfall, and for good reason. One of Europe’s rising stars and one of the happiest places to live, Copenhagen is a city like no other.
The definition of entertainment, the Tivoli Gardens are home to a huge array of activities, with something to suit everyone. If you’re feeling daring try a rollercoaster, if not, there’s the possibility of visiting the theatre for music or plays. Whatever your preference, you’ll find it here.
A short drive away from Copenhagen, this Swedish city provides a great alternative to our Danish adventure. Cosy and welcoming but also bold and innovative, Malmo is a pleasure from start to finish.
While we invite you to try, it is said you can live forever in Lund and not find every quiet corner in this serene city. A mix of new and old, this Swedish excursion is a short stop away and a distinct contrast to some of the busier cities that we pass.
Once the capital of Denmark, Rosklide has kept the charm and cultural significance but lost the crowds and noise. Maybe more famous for its Glastobury style festival, this town is relatively peaceful and a great get away for the other 361 days of the year.