Danish Family Vacation Packages
Island hop in the land of the Vikings
Welcome to the Danish Isles – to gently rolling countryside laced with bike paths, castles, colorful fishing villages and Viking lore – the perfect setting for your eight-day Denmark family adventure.
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- Learn the legend behind The Little Mermaid on a visit to her statue in Copenhagen
- Take a spin on the Ferris Wheel or (for real daredevils) aboard the aptly named Vertigo ride at Tivoli
- Pedal the Riviera along a string of fishing villages and kid-friendly beaches en route to Helsingør, where Hamlet once roamed
- Ferry to Aerø Island for an afternoon of exploring on two wheels to a backdrop of sheer cliffs and dune-swept beaches
- Ponder the ways of the Vikings on a tour of the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde
- Check out the vintage car collection at Egeskov castle, a fleet of 750 bottled ships in Aeroskobing and a castle built on 12,000 wooden poles on the island of Funen
- Savor a picnic lunch at an open-air market and a dinner of fresh, local seafood for which the Danish Isles are famed
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8 days/7 nightsNights 1 & 7: Hotel Phoenix Copenhagen
A four-star hotel in the heart of Copenhagen, the Hotel Phoenix is footsteps from Amalienborg Palace and Kongens Nytorv (The King’s New Square). Bright, airy rooms boast elegant decor from the period of Louis XVI.Nights 2 & 3: Hotel Marienlyst
The elegant Hotel Marienlyst offers beautiful views of either the harbor and the property’s peaceful gardens. Footsteps from the beach and only a short stroll to the marina, Kronborg Castle and the medieval center of Elsinore awaits.Nights 4 & 5: Hotel Svendborg
Located in the heart of the city, the Hotel Svendborg offers top-notch, friendly service. Sleek, modern décor and free wireless internet make for perfect home-base for your Svendborg stay.Night 6: Hotel Faaborg Fjord
Situated next to Faaborg Fjord and Klinten Beach, Hotel Faaborg Fjord offers water sport activities (and in the summertime its own private beach!) and excellent views from a terrace bar and restaurant.
A few more reasons why you've gotta go...
1. Denmark has lots of tradition. It has the oldest uninterrupted official line dating back to 942 CE when Gorm the Old ruled. Its flag also claims to be the world’s oldest national flag in use.
2. Copenhagen offers the largest car-free mall in Scandinavia, the Stroget
3. Copenhagen has been around for one thousand years and its amusement park, Bakken, is over 435 year old making it one of the oldest amusement parks in the world.