4 days in Denmark Itinerary

4 days in Denmark Itinerary

Created using Inspirock Denmark journey planner

Make it your trip
Drive to London Heathrow Airport, Fly to Copenhagen
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Copenhagen
— 3 nights
Fly to London Heathrow Airport, Drive to Brize Norton

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Copenhagen

— 3 nights

City of Beautiful Towers

Founded in the 10th century as a Viking fishing village, Copenhagen has morphed into the cultural, political, and economic powerhouse of the country.
Copenhagen is known for parks, historic sites, and museums. Your plan includes some of its best attractions: take in panoramic vistas at Rundetarn, take in the spiritual surroundings of Our Saviour's Church, take a stroll through Christiania, and see Bar & Club Tours.

To find where to stay, photos, and other tourist information, refer to the Copenhagen holiday planner.

Brize Norton, UK to Copenhagen is an approximately 7-hour combination of car and flight. You can also drive. The time zone difference moving from Greenwich Mean Time to Central European Standard Time is 1 hour. Traveling from Brize Norton in March, expect nights in Copenhagen to be about the same, around 1°C, while days are slightly colder, around 9°C. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 8th (Tue) to allow time to travel back home.

Things to do in Copenhagen

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Denmark travel guide

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Known for its old-fashioned charm, Denmark often is referenced as a fairy-tale setting by visitors and locals alike. With quaint cobblestone streets leading the way to art galleries, museums, and historical sights, plus a modern and easily accessible public transportation system, Denmark seamlessly blends its rich history with modern advancements. Be inspired by the works of local legends, including the fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen, the symphonies of Carli Nielsen, and the astronomy work of Tycho Brahe, then play a bit at amusement parks like Legoland. Visitors often find themselves developing "hygge," the untranslatable Danish trait that encapsulates a sense of coziness and contentment, which is thought to have a great deal of influence on Denmark's standing as one of the happiest nations on the planet.