Denmark offers a lot: characteristic villages, beautiful beaches and nature. With the island of Rømø as a beautiful start of the route, you immediately get acquainted with Danish beach life and you have the chance to spot seals. Via Ribe, the oldest town in Denmark, and charming Viborg you meander to the northernmost tip of the country. Here, in the artist town of Skagen, you can see how the North Sea and the Baltic Sea come together. Back to the south you will pass two bustling harbor cities: Aalborg and Århus.
On 'Garden Island' Funen, homeland of Hans Christian Andersen, you will find a fairytale landscape with gently rolling hills, apple orchards, half-timbered farms with thatched roofs and many castles and palaces. After crossing the impressive Storebaelt Bridge to Zealand, Copenhagen awaits with its cozy Nyhavn and famous mermaid. The route ends at the world-famous chalk cliffs on the island of Møn.