Travel Articles - Europe
Denmark and Faroes
A 24-page Web guide with photos and links on topics that range from
Copenhagen hotels to
counterculture to amusement parks.
Copenhagen's downtown amusement park has been a magical
place for Danes and foreigners since 1843.
Chill out in a saloon where the walls, furniture, and drink glasses are made
of arctic ice from Swedish Lapland.
beaches, Bronze Age relics, and 200 km of bike trails on an island in the Baltic
This Danish dependancy in the North Atlantic is a land
of sheep, cod, and sea birds.
Just think what you could do with 33,000,000
Denmark's oldest town is also one of the country's prettiest. It has a cathedral
with viewing platform, cobblestoned streets, half-timbered houses, and two
Viking museums. Plus, it's easy to reach from England.
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