Denmark

Denmark Travel Guide

Articles about Denmark

By Anya von Bremzen
Lay of the Land Christianshavn: With its gabled houses and canals, this man-made island is a quiet escape in the heart of the city. Frederiksberg: Come to this historic neighborhood to see the city’s Neoclassical architecture and to picnic a...
By Amy Schellenbaum
Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, the cool-kid masterbuilder responsible for NYC's floppy residential pyramid and other similarly futuristic projects, has just released renderings for what may be the world's first waste plant worth traveling to: a r...
By Diane Selkirk

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By Caroline Hallemann
By Travel + Leisure Staff

Hotels in Denmark

Owned and operated by Annette and Steen Stenstrup, Villa Provence is a small French-style hotel in the middle of Aarhus. Forty-one guest accommodations, including suites and apartments, are each rustically decorated with patchwork quilts on iron or wooden four-poster beds.