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INSPIRATIONAL TRAVEL ITINERARIES IN DENMARK
MUST SEES
OF ZEALAND
Within two hours’ drive from Copenhagen, the archipelago of Zealand,
Lolland, Falster and Møn offers scenic nature, heritage centres, UNESCO
World Heritage sites and family activities. Zealand offers activities for
everyone. Within short distances you can experience scenic nature,
beautiful castles, wildlife, fun roller coasters - and much more.
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2 ROSKILDE VIKING SHIP MUSEUM
3 BON BON-LAND
Sail like a Viking!
The museum features five 11th-century Viking
ships and a heritage boatyard where clinker-built
ships are reconstructed using original crafts. Here
visitors can venture on daily sailing trips on board
reconstructed Vikings ships. Roskilde is located
close to Copenhagen in an area designated as a
national park in 2015.
Fun rides and amusements for the whole family
BonBon-Land offers fun for everyone. The story
of BonBon-Land started with a candy factory
in Holme-Olstrup making candy with crazy,
quirky names, which now also have their own
rides. BonBon-Land is one of Denmark’s popular
amusement parks, listed among the World’s
Strangest Theme Parks by USA Today in 2011.
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1 ROSKILDE CATHEDRAL
A shrine to 20 Danish kings and 17 queens
The magnificent 14th-century Roskilde Cathedral
is Denmark’s oldest Gothic building – and
Scandinavia’s first cathedral to be built of redbrick
(3 million of them, to be precise). The sepulcral
cathedral is the final resting place of 20 Danish
kings and 17 queens and enjoys UNESCO World
Heritage patronage.
4 GAVNØ CASTLE
5 MØNS KLINT & STEVNS KLINT
6 KNUTHENBORG SAFARI PARK
Half a million tulips and royal collections
Gavnø Castle, one of Denmark’s finest Rococo
castles, is located on an island of its own
surrounded by flower gardens. Originally the site of
a pirate’s castle, Gavnø became a convent in 1398
and later a royal residence. Today, open-air events
are held year-round.
UNESCO World Heritage cliffs
The white cliffs of Stevns Klint were designated as
UNESCO World Heritage in 2014 - the only place
on the planet where visitors can clearly see the
sediment from the meteor strike that killed the
dinosaurs. The cliffs of the neaerby island of Møn
are event more dramatic. Here you find a hand-on
visitor’s centre, GeoCenter Møn.
Exotic wildlife in Scandinavia’s largest safari park
Knuthenborg safari park features a wide range of
animals from every corner of the world - in large
open habitats. The park also has Denmark’s biggest
jungle gym and fun activities.
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