Tourism in Denmark
Denmark is known as a little, "hyggelig" (i.e. cozy), friendly and very civilized kingdom composed of many islands, with small cities, villages and rolling farmland. Even the bigger cities, with the exception of Copenhagen, are small. Worth a visit are Odense (the home of Hans Christian Andersen), the Fyn region, the cities of Aarhus and Aalborg on Denmark's mainland (the Jutland peninsula), Legoland in Billund, Skagen— the northernmost point of Denmark, Elsinore, the island of Bornholm, the cliffs at [[M�ns Klint]] and, of course, Denmark's remarkable coastline with long white beaches along the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
A trip of its own should be planned for Copenhagen with its castles, guard changes, Tivoli Gardens, with its landmark "Den lille havfrue" (The Little Mermaid), and with its newly constructed bridge to Sweden.
Visitors to Denmark should try the local cuisine, characterized by Danish beer (Carlsberg, Tuborg or Faxe), red sausages, frikadeller (Danish meatballs), the world-famous national dish sm�rrebr�d (open-face sandwiches) and many famous fish dishes.