The coolest, most cosmopolitan, most exciting and, yes, Danny Kaye was right, the most wonderful city in Scandinavia (don’t argue Stockholm): welcome to Copenhagen (København)).
Funen (Fyn)) is engagingly pretty, with rural scenery, thatched farmhouses and a surprisingly varied set of attractions.
It is well worth taking some days out from the hectic pleasures of Copenhagen to explore the rest of the island of Zealand (Sjælland)).
The sunniest part of Denmark – it’s official – lies way out in the Baltic Sea, 200km east of Copenhagen.
Funen’s 1000-year-old capital is a cheerful place, welcoming to pedestrians and cyclists.
Møn, Falster & Lolland
The main sight at the busy port town of Helsingør (Elsinore)) is imposing Kronborg Slot), a brute of a castle that dominates the narrowest point of the Øresund.
We found it hard to get a handle on Aalborg), sitting at the narrowest point of the Limfjord (the long body of water that slices Jutland in two).