Next, drive to Aarhus, where the Old Town, Den Gamle By, is a fascinating open-air museum of completely furnished old Danish houses.After a ferry to North Zealand, drive to Hillerod and Frederiksborg Castle.(B)Pick up your rental car and travel westward to Roskilde.
Pick up your rental car and head to Roskilde, where you see the Viking Ship Museum, then onward to Kvaerndrup for a visit to Egeskov Castle.
Continue to Odense and Hans Christian Andersen’s home, now a museum dedicated to the world-famous fairy-tale writer.
Continue to Halskov, and drive over the bridge to the island of Funen.
Drive to Kvaerndrup and visit Egeskov Castle, Europe’s best-preserved water fortress, and its spectacular gardens. (First Grand Odense or similar) (B)This morning, visit Hans Christian Andersen’s home, now a museum dedicated to the world-famous fairy-tale writer. En route to Aarhus, detour to Jelling and the UNESCO-listed complex that includes the 10-century rune stones left by two Viking kings.
This 6-night trip takes you on a delightful self-drive tour of Denmark.
Begin in Copenhagen, where sights include Tivoli Gardens, Amalienborg Palace, the old harbor of Nyhavn, and a stroll along the Stroget.
Continue to Aarhus and visit the Old Town, Den Gamle By.
Also, you may visit the cathedral and the Moesgaard museum of Danish prehistory, or drive past Marselisborg Castle.
(First Atlantic or similar) (B)After breakfast, depart by ferry to the peninsula Sjaellands Odde on Zealand.
Continue to Helsingor and visit Kronborg Castle, the setting of Hamlet.
Return to Copenhagen along the coastal road, perhaps stopping to visit the Karen Blixen Museum. Starting at 60 per person, including air, with daily departures. Recommended visits include Tivoli Gardens, Amalienborg Palace, Christiansborg Palace, Nyhavn harbor, the Little Mermaid, and Carlsberg Museum, and the pedestrian shopping streets of Stroget.