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ABOVE: Danish village made of Lego blocks.
The official Legoland hostelry may not be made out of plastic bricks, but it has plenty of
amenities--and if you're a guest, you'll receive a discount on Legoland admission.
On a budget? Try the
Village hostel and campsite.
This inn looks old-fashioned, but its 30 double rooms are Danish modern. A restaurant is
on the premises.
If you can't find a room in Billund, or if you're looking for a more rural experience, try
the 200-year-old Hovborg Kro. It's near an 8,000-acre forest, and you can fish on the
Legoland Village Hostel and
Family rooms accommodate one to five persons at this hostel, which is less than
500 meters from Legoland.
at this FDM campground include chalets (with or without running water) and spaces for tents, caravans (trailers),
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