Denmark is one of the biggest undiscovered treasures in tourism. It is a small country and most attractions are never too crowded in the off peak which is a great time to visit Denmark. Add in the fact that most Danes can speak English and you have one of the globes best visitor destinations.
Tivoli Gardens is a popular amusement park and a stunning Copenhagen garden in Denmark. The park opened on 15 August 1843 and is the second oldest amusement park in Denmark, after Dyrehavsbakken in close by Klampenborg. Tivoli is the 4th most visited park in Europe, only behind Efteling, Europa-Park Rust and Disney Land Paris.
Just over fifteen kilometers outside Copenhagen, you will find Lyngby Open-Air Museum, part of the National Museum of Denmark, a must view attraction for many visitors. Occupying thirty five hectares, there are agricultural buildings, authentic farmhouses, dwellings, and mills. There are also ancient breeds of local animals, wonderful historical gardens to wander through as well as numerous picnic places.
Aarhus Botanical Garden placed north of the open-air village museum near the Old Town was established in 1875. Nowadays it covers a place of 21.5 hectares, with five hectares for the old town. The park gives an attraction of interest to those who want to inspect the 1000's of plant species on display here. All are labeled in Latin and Danish language. The landscape presenting the plants are pretty varied and there is also a big tropical greenhouse where guided trips are accessible. The gardens have an outside amphitheatre, 2 little lakes, a kid’s playground and it is all in all famous places for picnics, events and gathering of all types year round.