Rosenborg Castle was built by the Denmark King Christian IV in 1605. It was first built as a summer palace and the construction was completed in 1634. The design of it was in Renaissance style and it was very lavish inside the palace. The palace started opening to the public in 1838. Management of the palace really cares about the visitors and therefore some of the ite...
If you speak of Denmark Beer, one must think of Carlsberg, which is headquartered in Copenhagen and established in 1847. It is currently the 4th largest beer producer in the world. You can visit the Carlsberg Visitors Centre which displays how beer is produced as well as the history of the brand. The most exciting place is the Bottle Collection Room, which displays v...
Nyhavn is an area in Denmark which was built in the 17th century. It is near the harbour and the canal, and is an entertainment district. This is reputed as the longest bar street in the world. Near the piers you will find lots of coffee shops and so many that it is difficult for you to choose one. There are many outdoor seating area for those coffee shops and when th...
Vejle is situated two hours' drive from Denmark's capital Copenhagen, and you can further take a bus to a city called Billund, which is the origin of Lego. The Legoland there is a must-visit sightseeing place.  Legoland is not only a theme park, and it also has a resort and hotel. Rooms at the resort and hotel have different Lego themes and are suitable for famil...
Denmark is considered as the happiest country in the Hong Kong, and because of the author Hans Christian Andersen, it is also known as the Kingdom of Fairy-tales. Its capital Copenhagen has the second oldest playground in the world known as "Tivoli" which brings everyone back to their childhood and have a fun day there.  Tivoli was opened on 15 August 1843, and th...