Cheap Car Rental Denmark


Once you have picked up your Denmark hire car you will have the freedom to visit some of the best and most well known areas of Denmark. The most well known city in Denmark is Copenhagen and situated on the waterfront is the country’s best loved tourist attraction the Little Mermaid.

The famous children’s author Hans Christian Andersen wrote the fairy tale to which she refers. The Little Mermaid is also one of the most photographed statues in the world and one of the nicest ways to see her is by taking a tour on one of the boats on the canal.

Another popular attraction in Coepnehagen is the royal castle Amalienborg which is where the Queen lives during the winterseason. There are also tours for the public that allow access to some of the royal apartments that are not in daily use. Hiring a Denmark rental car will give you the freedom to visit all of it's intresting locations, including those in Copenhagen.

Next on the list of popular attractions in Copenhagen is Tivoli. Tivoli is one of the oldest amusement parks in the world. The gardens are magnificent and are popular with families who spend the whole day there. The gardens are the venue for concerts as well as rollercoaster rides.

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Another magical place to visit is Aarhus. It’s Old Town has a living open air museum with shops and restaurants and buildings dating back to the Renaissance. The ARoS Museum in Aarhus is one of the biggest in Europe. Aarhus has its own 12 century Cathedral. Moesgaard Museum is the home of the Grauballe Man who was discovered having been buried for over 2 thousand years in a bog.

Odense is another area of interest. It has museums, including the open air Den Fynske Landsby museum full of historical interest, art galleries and a concert hall.

Hans Christian Andersen was born in Odense, on the island of Funen and you can visit the centre there and view exhibitions based on his work. Odense also offers lots of opportunities to shop and eat in one of the many restaurants and cafes. Another area of Denmark is Aalborg which is very popular with lovers of shopping and culture as it is the home of art and design museums, music venues and plenty of shops along with bars and cafes and a vibrant city harbour front.