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Why not spend your next short vacation in the North? Travel cheaply and comfortably to Denmark with FlixBus.

Jutland and the surrounding islands are always worth a visit. During the summer, the sandy beaches along the long coasts invite you to come swim and sail. Inland, you can find peace and quiet in Denmark's unique forests and landscapes. Or let the exciting architecture in cities such as Copenhagen and Aarhus thrill you while you eat a delicious smørrebrød. It's no surprise then that the Danes are chosen again and again as the happiest people in the world.

Your bus stops in Denmark

Travel to Copenhagen with a long-distance bus
The capital with Tivoli and Nyhavn

Discover Odense with a long-distance bus
University city in the island of Funen

Discover Northern Jutland with a long-distance bus

Northern Jutland:

Aalborg | Aars | Fjerritslev | Hadsund | Løgstør | Nykøbing Mors

Central Jutland:

Aarhus | Ebeltoft | Grenaa | Horsens | Randers | Rønde | Skanderborg | Tirstrup

Travel to Central Jutland with a long-distance bus
Discover South Denmark with a long-distance bus

South Denmark & Sjælland:

Fredericia | Kolding | Kruså | Vejle | Roskilde | Slagelse

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The 4 best arguments to spend your vacation in Denmark

1. Aarhus is Europe's 2017 cultural capital

Discover Aarhus with a long-distance bus

What is there to see in Aarhus?

The port city of Aarhus lies directly on the Kattegat and shares the title of cultural capital city with Cyprus city of Paphos this year. In Denmark's second largest city, there are all sorts of museums and cultural buildings that make it a good decision, such as Den Gamle By, an open air museum, the Moesgaard Museum and the ARoS Art Museum.

What is the Moesgaard Musuem?

The Moesgaard Musuem exhibits many finds from the Stone Age to the Viking Era. Moreover, one can find many buildings in the style of the Viking Era on the grounds. The museum is open regularly from 10 am to 8 pm, Tuesday to Saturday, (on Sundays it closes at 5 pm) and entry for adults is 140 Danish Kroner. The Moesgaard Museum is also open Mondays on some public holidays. The museum is south of the city center in the Højbjerg district.

What can I see in the Den Gamle By open air museum?

On the grounds you will find more than 75 historic Danish buildings from the 16th to the 20th centuries which are mostly accessible and equipped with contemporary furniture or host exhibitions. There is also a city district in the style of the 70s. The museum is open almost year-round, however, the opening times and ticket prices change depending on the weather. Information on this is available on the museum website.

2. Tivoli in Copenhagen

Discover Tivoli in Copenhaguen with a long-distance bus

What is the Tivoli?

The Tivoli is a famous amusement mark in the middle of central Copenhagen, just a short distance from the Rathausplatz. Here you can find numerous roller coasters and rides for any taste, such as the Rutschebanen from the year 1914.

Where can I find more information?

For more information on the park and recommended roller coasters for you, visit our website on the best amusements parks in Europe.

When is the park open and how much does a ticket cost?

During the busy season from the start of April to the end of September, you can normally get into the park for 110 - 120 Danish Kroner, however, this does not include the cost for all rides. The park is open quite long in the evening: from 11 am to 11 pm, Sunday to Thursday, and you can stay till midnight on Friday and Saturday.

3. Baltic Sea vacation in Djursland

Explore the baltic sea in Denmark

What can I look forward to in Djursland?

Relaxing and laying in the sun. The flat coasts on the Kattegat are perfect for summer swimming fun. You can also find relaxing places and pretty landscapes in the Mols Bjerge National Park on the Southern end of the peninsula.

What can I do in Djursland?

You can enjoy nature while cycling, hiking or fishing. If you are looking for something a little more adrenaline-inducing, consider if the Djurs Summer Park near Nimtofte would be something for you. There you can test the largest roller coasters Denmark has to offer from May to October.

What is there to see in the Mols Bjerge National Park?

In addition to hilly fields and forests, there are also some attractions within the park. You can visit the Burg Kalø on the western end of the park, which are old medieval ruins from the 14th century. The ruins lie on an island that can be reached via a causeway from the mainland near Rønde. You also have a beautiful view over southeastern Djursland from Jernhatten hill near Ebeltoft.

4. Nyhavn in Copenhagen

Discover Copenhagen with a long-distance bus

What is Nyhavn?

Nyhavn is a sight worth seeing in Copenhagen harbor in the heart of the city center. The canal of the same name is framed by colorful gabled houses and a number of restaurants and bars. In addition, many museum ships can be seen on the water as they stroll by.

What do I need to get ready for?

The canal is no secret and is an integral part of any visit to Copenhagen for many tourists. So be prepared for the fact that you will not be standing alone on the canal banks, but that is part of the flair of Nyhavn.

How do I get to the harbor?

The Kongens Nytorv subway station is just a few minutes walk from Nyhavn. You can reach the canal in about 20 minutes by foot from the Rathausplatz. There are also several bus stops nearby.

Why you should travel with a long-distance bus to Denmark

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Travel to Denmark at no additional cost and without having to drag around an annoying suitcase. There is also space for your bicycle on most buses!

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