Visit Denmark

Our ferries to Denmark from Sweden are the best way to start your Danish adventure

Denmark, mainly occupies the peninsula of Jutland extending northwards from the centre of continental western Europe. There is an archipelago of more than 400 islands to the east of the peninsula. Jutland makes up more than two-thirds of the country’s total land area; at its northern tip is the island of Vendsyssel-Thy.

It might be small in size but Denmark is definitely big on culture, food and coastline. Visit Tivoli Gardens Amusement Park, the Little Mermaid and Legoland which have attracted visitors for many years. Danish design, architecture and the New Nordic Cuisine have put Denmark firmly on the world map.

Ariel view of Copenhagen, Capital of Denmark.

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is one of Scandinavia's most interesting cities and is at the centre of one of Europe's most dynamic regions, the Øresund Region. It's one of Europe's oldest capitals with an exclusive royal connection, the Danish monarchy is the oldest in the world!

The city has an astounding wealth of fascinating architecture, parks, gourmet restaurants and other attractions. Copenhagen has been nominated as Europe's best city by several organizations for livability, sustainability and other factors.

Copenhagen, like other European cities, has a wonderful continental atmosphere. Why not visit classic destinations such as Tivoli Gardens amusement park and the Copenhagen Zoo.

Close up of one of the city streets in the Legoland Resort Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Original Legoland

Legoland® Billund is the original Legoland® park and it opened on 7th June 1968. The park was built next to the original Lego factory. With in excess of 2 million annual visitors, Legoland® is the largest tourist attraction in Denmark outside Copenhagen.

Explore world famous buildings in miniature, feel like a cowboy in the wild, wild West, shiver your timbers like a pirate, act like a princess in a fantastical castle, Legoland® has so much more. It's a dream attraction for children of all ages, but everyone who has ever experienced the magic of LEGO® has found enchanted here, even adults! Out of the park's 55 main attractions, half have been adapted for children under 100 cm and remember, all attractions are included in the admission price, except for the traffic school.

If you have travelled to Legoland as a family, you can extend your stay with amazing, LEGO themed hotels and accommodation, located available for booking on the Legoland Park site.

View of the Japanese buildings and a rollercoaster in the Tivolii Gardens Amusement Park, Denmark.
Tivoli Gardens Amusement Park

No trip to Denmark is complete without a visit to Tivoli Amusement Park and Pleasure Garden in Copenhagen.

It opened in 1843 and is the second-oldest amusement park in the world after Dyrehavsbakken in nearby Klampenborg, which is also in Denmark!

One of the park's main attractions is the wooden roller coaster, Rutschebanen, or as the locals call it, Bjergbanen (The Mountain Coaster). Built in 1914, it's one of the world's oldest wooden roller coasters.

A huge part of the success of the Tivoli Gardens is that there is something for everyone, young and old. The scenery is beautiful with historic buildings, exotic architecture and lush gardens.

At night, the park is illuminated by thousands of coloured lights, creating a fairy tale atmosphere that's truly unique.

View of one of the many lighthouses you can visit on your next tour of Skagen, Denmark.

Skagen, Denmark's northernmost town is surrounded by beautiful, secluded, whiter than white sandy beaches and the sea water so clear it's inviting, a picture perfect paradise.

But Skagen isn't just about long summer days and beautiful coastline, town life blooms here and you can experience fun events take place in all year-round. Boggie down at the Skagen Festival Denmark's oldest music festival, visit the inspiring Lokalsamlingen Skagen local history museum or contemplate paintings by world famous artists like Michael and Anna Ancher and P.S. Krøyer at the Skagens Museum.

Grenen known as "the meeting of the seas" where Denmark ends, is bordered by Ålbæk Bay. This area is picturesque and is distinguished by low, yellow houses with red tiled roofs nestled into its many beach areas. This unique, wild landscape was formed by a severe process of desertification in the 18th and 19th centuries.

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The Reef Frederikshavn

The Water Park
The Reef is a unique water adventure park suitable for the whole family, located at our hotel in Frederikshavn within walking distance of the Stena Line ferry terminal. Enjoy exciting wave pools, water slides, music, and a warm breeze through the palm leaves in a blissful, tropical 32-degree heat! Swim, climb and dive for treasure or just head to the hot tubs for a well deserved break.

The Hotel
The Reef Hotel has 210 bright rooms decorated in a Scandinavian style with wooden floors throughout. All rooms are fully equipped with private shower and toilet, telephone, TV, workstation, free Wi-Fi and one towel per bed is supplied.

If you are a large family and want to stay next to each other, you will need to specify that you prefer the same room type when booking.