Denmark Travel Advice

i am moronic and booked this 6 months ago and didnt ever do almost any planning for this. I'm meeting a family member there, but normies are dumb as shit and will just say "go see tivoli park, go to carlsberg brewery tour". Please just tell me anything relevant or interesting I should do in denmark, I plan to not leave Zealand/Copenhagen unless I have to since I'm lazy and sort of want a relaxing trip.
Anything... please I am moronic.

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  1. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Christiania

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      no thanks, i forgot to say im risk averse and going with family. and i dont want to eat "the best doner ever!!"

      • 7 months ago
        Anonymous

        Tivoli park is great. Buy ticket online to avoid the line I saw it stretch around the street corner. Look up Reffen it’s a permanent food truck / art installation

        • 7 months ago
          Anonymous

          good note about the online buy, i hate lines

          Also recommend the Louisiana Museum in Helsingor, and this tiny Danish bakery in Copenhagen called kringlevrideren

          thanks, yeah doing louisiana and other museums

          Every time I've gone to Copenhagen, I went in with no plan. You'll be fine. Tivoli is cool but don't feel obligated to go, it's beautiful in the winter though. Both the little mermaid statue and Christiania are completely overrated, don't bother unless you have to say you've been there. The walking thoroughfare is great, tons to do and see, or just people watch. If you can, I would make sure to hang around Nyhavn. Tons of cafes and restaurants. Do a water ferry tour of the canals. There's lots of museums, honestly just pick one and go. IIRC there's a museum of the history of guns, cannons, and artillery through the ages that was pretty cool. Also check out the various castles, palaces, and the gardens they got. Be friendly and ask your hotel staff for places or bars to go to, there are some pretty cool hidden away speakeasy style places that are worth experiencing.

          i feel like i want to try to get a grasp of the country/region/people and see the countryside as well. but not sure of the transportation possibilities

          you are closed off to things to see, i am reluctant to tell you any suggestions

          why the frick do morons like you post this shit?

          >since I'm lazy and sort of want a relaxing trip.
          Play vid games in Hotel room. Danmark is boring and Zealand is a huge pile of sand covered with some plants. You miss big nature, lot to travel, beautiful coasts, nice ferry trips. Up to you.

          going to a beach

          Bro where are you that you can still buy liter cans of Faxe? Haven't seen that in leaf land since like 2001

          lol i have no clue. faxe festbock at 7.7% and $2.45 monopoly moneys in the 2010s was my saviour for getting drunk cheaply. faxe 10% was obviously more powerful but not as good, and yeah the 1 litre cans have been gone forever. they only have the shittiest versions of faxe around here now and for bad prices. sad.
          does anyone have any recommendations in general or specific on how to get traditional, old fashioned, more every-day type danish food? i have zero desire to eat fricking kebabs, tacos or lmao hamburgers let alone pay crazy high kroner for that shit.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      weed dude bro 420 haha ACAB frick da police

      kys

  2. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Also recommend the Louisiana Museum in Helsingor, and this tiny Danish bakery in Copenhagen called kringlevrideren

  3. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Every time I've gone to Copenhagen, I went in with no plan. You'll be fine. Tivoli is cool but don't feel obligated to go, it's beautiful in the winter though. Both the little mermaid statue and Christiania are completely overrated, don't bother unless you have to say you've been there. The walking thoroughfare is great, tons to do and see, or just people watch. If you can, I would make sure to hang around Nyhavn. Tons of cafes and restaurants. Do a water ferry tour of the canals. There's lots of museums, honestly just pick one and go. IIRC there's a museum of the history of guns, cannons, and artillery through the ages that was pretty cool. Also check out the various castles, palaces, and the gardens they got. Be friendly and ask your hotel staff for places or bars to go to, there are some pretty cool hidden away speakeasy style places that are worth experiencing.

  4. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    you are closed off to things to see, i am reluctant to tell you any suggestions

  5. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    >since I'm lazy and sort of want a relaxing trip.
    Play vid games in Hotel room. Danmark is boring and Zealand is a huge pile of sand covered with some plants. You miss big nature, lot to travel, beautiful coasts, nice ferry trips. Up to you.

  6. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Bro where are you that you can still buy liter cans of Faxe? Haven't seen that in leaf land since like 2001

  7. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    eating out seems moronicly expensive, like you could easily rack up $200 on nothing special for two people.

    THOUGHTS?

    i want lots of seafood and fish roe, the BEST and for cheap

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