Monday, May 2, 2011

Denmark honeymoon, romantic Denmark, honeymoon in Denmark

Denmark is the smallest and southernmost of the Scandinavian countries. It offers an interesting mix of lively cities and countryside. Ancient castles, ring forts, jazz festivals, the sleekest modern design you'll ever see and the people who invented Lego - who could ask for more? A honeymoon in Denmark may include a stay in a hut on the beach, surfing on the North or Baltic Sea and a city tour around the outfield dynamic Coop.



The language is Danish in Denmark, but English is widely spoken. Taking into account all the fun that is emitted in this happy festival of islands, Denmark has the least surprising country status in the Scandinavian countries.

Activities in Denmark, romantic getaways, romantic honeymoon
Denmark's main events are music festivals, over a hundred moving almost non-stop, covering a wide spectrum of music including jazz, rock, blues, gospel, Irish, classical, country and Cajun.


Take a morning walk in the botanical garden in Copenhagen (Botanisk Do), with 25 acres of gardens and a 19th-century Palm House. Right next to the romantic Botanical Garden is literally a treasure of Copenhagen - romantic Rosenborg Palace. In this 17-century royal residence, are the Danish crown jewels and other treasures of the Danish royal family dates back to 1500.

Is through the Royal Gardens Amalienborg Castle, the current residence in Denmark royal family. Arrive at noon to see the changing of the guard. The ceremony takes place every day, but it is more exciting when Queen Margrethe II was in residence and a military marching band that accompanies the guards.

Tivoli Gardens - located in the heart of the city, the Tivoli has been visited by more than 270 million people since the 1843rd Here's everything a tourist could want in a magic garden: 32 restaurants, 26 attractions, 400,000 romantic flowers, 110,000 lamps, 150 concerts, exhibitions, artists, Tivoli Gardens and international stars. And twice a week the skies above are illustrated by the famous fireworks. The latest addition to IR is a pretty impressive coaster called The Deamon

Weather of Denmark, romantic getaways, romantic honeymoon
Denmark has a temperate climate without extremes of heat or cold. In the light summer months from June to August the average daytime temperature is 70 º C and in February - the coldest month - the average is 34 º F. This makes the climate in Copenhagen is much more like London or Amsterdam and the other Scandinavian capitals.

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