Denmark has the most charming little towns you can ever imagine; from the lovely medieval to picturesque natural beauties, check them out. Perched on the banks of Gudena River in the central part of Jutland is Silkeborg. This cultural town is the home of the largest forest region in the country. The captivating landscape features hills and numerous lakes. Ever heard of a festival filled with music and fireworks, the ‘fire party regatta’? This is where it takes place.
Sited close to Copenhagen is a hidden gem. The quaint town is a thriving business district that is dotted with mustard colored houses and maroon roofs. The multicolored houses which line the cobblestone streets cast a perfect picture during sunset.
Vejle is a fairly large town located along the shores of Jutland to the east. The stunning town is dominated by lovely forested mountains, a breathtaking fjord, and a remarkable windmill. The fjord is a one-stop spot for tourists because it is the location of an enchanting housing complex popularly called the Wave or Bolgen.
Proximal to the northern part if Christianfield is a beautiful town known as Kolding, the major attractions of this town are its Castle, the Koldinghus Castle, a wonderful botanical garden and numerous museums with beautiful exhibits.
God’s Home popularly called Gudhjem in Danish is a picture-perfect fishing town that is home to about 700 residents. Gudhjem lies at the northern shore of Bornholm. The cliff-built town hypnotizes its visitors with its multi-colored houses and calm façade. You can get nice views of the Baltic Sea from the hilltop buildings at this town.
Ribe is a breathtaking town perched between the seashore of the Wadden Sea and the southern part of Jutland. Ribe is the oldest Scandinavian town in the world, believed to have come into existence in the 8th century. The enchanting town gets frequent visits by fun seekers who love to get medieval vibes. There are numerous Viking museums in the town.
A seaside town located very close to the northern end of New Zealand is one of the most beautiful areas popularly called the Danish Riviera or Hornbaek. The picturesque town is surrounded by lush, dense vegetation, pristine white sandy beaches, and turquoise water. The one-time fishing town is a popular tourist spot in the country.
Nestled in the island of Aero, at the southern part of Funen is a charming town known as Aeroskobing. It is one of the postcard towns of Denmark. The scenic community recently marked its 750th year anniversary, and it still stays true to its rustic charm which gives island vibes. The beautiful houses which are centuries old still create a beautiful backdrop against the neatly lined cobblestone streets.
Ebeltoft is a stunning natural beauty that is loved by locals and visitors for is exotic bays. Ebeltoft is a Jutland filled with brightly colored house and beautiful shops. These shops come alive in summer where you can hear the deafening shouts of customers haggling for the best price of items such as glass works and pottery.
Skagen is a small town located at the northern end of Denmark. It perches on a peninsula, nestled between the Skagerrak Strait and Kattegat Sea. It is one of the beautiful small villages in Denmark because of its illumination. Skagen is said to be a star town welcoming thousands of Danes who troop in to capture its unique from different angles with their camera.