Popular Lettings in Denmark
Highlights in Denmark
- Natural parks
- Unique traditions
- Majestic castles
- Tivoli Gardens
Most popular in Denmark
Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals in Denmark
If you are planning your next trip to Denmark, Holidu has the best offers for private rentals so you can choose between thousands of rentals and cheap houses of all kinds. With capacity both for couples who want to enjoy a weekend getaway and for families and groups of friends who have several days to know the country. We have hundreds of rentals and holiday homes in major cities, especially in Copenhagen, Esbjerg, Skagen or Løkken. But we also have many charming houses very close to unique natural spots. Many of them are Nordic-style wooden cabins in the middle of the forest, which will not only make you disconnect completely, but will also make your stay unforgettable. Can you imagine waking up every day overlooking a beautiful lake listening to the sound of birds? Now it's possible thanks to the rentals in Denmark that you can rent with Holidu.Why book a letting in Denmark?
Denmark is one of the most popular destinations on the European continent. Attractions such as the Tivoli, the Little Mermaid or Legoland, its excellent cuisine, its thousands of kilometres of coastline and its beautiful natural landscapes make it a fairy tale place. Denmark also has four World Heritage Sites: the Palaeolithic Tombs, the ruins and church of Jelling, Roskilde Cathedral and Kronborg Castle in Helsingør. A land of surprises and contrasts ideal to miss a few days and disconnect from daily worries. But Denmark also offers fun for the little ones like Legoland, a mini-city built with Lego pieces located in the city of Billund. If you travel as a family, your children will have a great time. Book your holiday rental in Denmark now and forget all about it.
Holidays in Denmark
The area and how to find your way around
Situated in the north of Europe, Denmark is the southernmost and also the smallest of the Nordic countries. With a population of approximately 5.6 million, it is divided between three autonomous regions: Denmark itself and its two overseas territories, Greenland and the Faroe Islands. Its capital and most populous city is Copenhagen, located on the island of Selandia, being completely surrounded by the North Sea and the Baltic Sea almost completely, with the exception of Jutland, which is united to the continent. It is therefore only bordered by Germany, although it is connected by road and rail with Sweden via the Øresund bridge.The best areas to rent a letting in Denmark
Denmark is a small country, so if you decide to stay several days, you will be able to get to know a large part of it. If you want to do a tour in Denmark, the best option is to rent a letting in Copenhagen, because besides being able to know the city, it has excellent communications to move around the rest of the country. Both by car and public transport. Places to visit include the statue of the Little Mermaid in the port of the capital, the Museum of Viking Ships in Roskilde, the Museum of the poet Hans Christian Andersen in Odense and the oldest city in Scandinavia, Ribe. To enjoy its quiet beaches, it is best to go to the west, where you can also visit charming cities. But if you want to see spectacular scenery, don't hesitate to visit the cliffs of Mon Island or the Faroe Islands. Do you already know where you would like to rent your rental in Denmark?
Types of travellers and activities
Denmark has one of the most surprising cultures in Europe, where its legendary Viking origin is intertwined with ancient traditions and the most modern avant-garde. This is reflected in their popular festivities. Some of them are related to religious beliefs and others to older popular beliefs. With the peculiarity of being very traditional but celebrated in a modern society. It is precisely this combination that makes them so attractive to travellers that they have the opportunity to enjoy them. In addition, the Danes love art and music, with numerous festivals of many different genres organised throughout the year and enjoying international fame such as the Jazz Festival in July. If you can book your rental in Denmark during one of its festivals, you will have the opportunity to delve deeper into the deep-rooted traditions of this village.Denmark for nature lovers
Denmark has three national parks, where you can discover some of the country's most beautiful and unique landscapes. Open all day, 365 days of the year and free access. You can explore them on foot, on horseback, by bicycle or by car, as you prefer. Virgin natural parks where you can also spend a great day with your family, enjoying a picnic or a bonfire or bird watching. Each of them has its own visitor centre where you can get information to make the most of your visit, with detailed guides to the park and its trails. The largest and oldest is Thy National Park, located on the northwest coast of Jutland; Mols Bjerge National Park is one of the country's most rugged and varied landscapes with unique wildlife and vegetation; and Wadden Sea National Park is declared a World Heritage Site for its ecological importance.
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Top 5 Recommendations in Denmark
It is true that the majority of tourists choose Copenhagen, but the truth is that in this country we can find beautiful villages like Ribe, which still today preserves dozens of wooden houses of the sixteenth century; Aarhus, which has 75 houses from the 16th and 17th centuries; Aalbog, which has an ancient Iron Age cemetery and Vikinga; Hillerod which boasts the most beautiful castle in the country; or Mons Klint, with its white cliffs, beautiful beaches and medieval churches.2. Pay a visit to their castles and mansions
Denmark is one of the oldest monarchies in the world and this is reflected in its castles, magnificent manor houses and gardens. Currently many of them are used by the royal family, but can be visited throughout the year. The most important are the palaces of Amalienborg, Fredenborg, Rosenborg and Christianborg, and the castles of Koldinghus and Kronborg.3. Return to childhood in the Tivoli Gardens
It is the oldest and most famous amusement park in Europe. In addition to the attractions, there are booths with typical fairground games, a stage where concerts are given in summer. If you travel as a family, the kids will have more fun than ever. But I'm sure they also love Hans Christian Andersen's museum in Copenhagen.4. Connects with nature through its breathtaking landscapes
The whole country is full of walking and biking trails and breathtaking scenery that can be easily explored by hiking. But the most recommended visits are to the Thy, Mols Bjerge and Wadden Sea National Parks. However, you should know that Denmark has thousands of kilometres of coastline, with very varied landscapes ranging from sandy beaches to the wildest, through dizzying cliffs and wonderful fjords.5. Visit the birthplace of Christian Andersen
Although the writer's house is the main attraction of Odense, the truth is that this charming town also has a beautiful historic quarter, numerous green areas and a large zoo. It's located on the island of Fionia and is the third largest city in Denmark, in addition to one of the oldest.
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