Comprising of the Jutland peninsula, north of Germany, and over 400 islands of various sizes, Denmark is Scandinavia's smallest country. Its landscape is predominantly low-lying, highly fertile areas that cradle lakes, winding fjords and thick woods. Denmark is a mix of lush, unspoilt countryside, and interesting medieval cities.
In contrast, holidays to Copenhagen will allow you to see the wonderful modern architecture that is on display and visit the exquisite Michelin star restaurants including the 2 star Noma, where reservations must be made four months in advance.
Hans Christian Andersen, writer of stories such as The Tinderbox, The Ugly Duckling and Thumbelina, was born in Odense in the year 1805. Copenhagen dock holds a statue of the Little Mermaid, possibly his most famous story.