Lolland, along with connected Falster, is comprised of a peaceful, green patchwork of woodlands and gently undulating farmland that was historically divided between 45 great estates. Many of these remain important agricultural businesses, some now with taster experiences for their cheeses (Knuthenlund), wines (Frederiksdal) and beers (Krenkerup). There are whitewashed historic churches in several half-forgotten villages (notably Hunseby) and the spooky Dodekalitten stare endlessly like spindly Danish moai.
You'll find passingly pleasant historic sections to the small towns of Nakskov, Sakskøbing and especially Maribo, nestled on the shores of a bird-filled lake. For families, Lolland's blockbuster attraction is driving the kids through the monkey, tiger and rhino enclosures of the Knuthenborg Safari Park. There's also an impressive slide-filled water park at Lalandia near Rødby, where car ferries cross to northern Germany.