Jazz, blues, rock, opera, guitar, & street parties galore Denmark is a music festival nation come & join in! Indoors, outdoors, in Copenhagen’s historic streets or in a field with some of the biggest names in music, Denmark knows how to party!
The Danes love to live and what better way to show it than through their love of music and festivals. Indoors, outdoors, in Copenhagen’s historic streets, or in a field north of the country, Denmark is a true festival nation. From jazz and classical to electronica and heavy metal, from folk and blues to opera and chamber, you’ll find a festival to satisfy your soul here.
It’s a great way of seeing Denmark, getting to know the Danes, and experiencing Denmark’s very own Glastonbury, at Roskilde –northern Europe’s largest music fest. And while you’re there, step into a world of Vikings at the Viking Ship Museum.
Denmark’s music festival nation
Buy a Copenhagen Card. It gives free entrance to 70 major attractions and unlimited transport around the city. The city parks, gardens and canals are alive with music, parties and events.
Combine a music fest in Copenhagen with a swim in the centre of the city at Harbour bath Islands Brygge.
Watch Viking boats from restaurant Snekken at Roskilde as they sail around the harbour.
Places covered 6 Days
|€ 1,500 per person||(Prices are in Euros and exclude international flights)|
|Price Per Person in Twin Sharing Accomodation|
|(Prices are in Euros and exclude international flights)|
All rates mentioned are an approximate price per person on a twin-sharing basis, and are based on a minimum of 2-5 adults travelling together. Rates are subject to change based on the number of passengers and the time of year. (Flights, visas, travel insurance, lunches & dinners, personal expenses not included. There may be some itinerary activities not included also – please ask).
- Traditional ,Boutique or Heritage accommodation where possible or Quality accommodation (on a twin-sharing basis) in centrally located 4*Hotels .
-Meals – breakfast in all destinations
- Internal Travel by rail - ferries - coach as applicable
-Guided sightseeing excursions as per the itinerary as applicable
-First arrival and last departure transfers
-Entrance and excursion costs as indicated
Most Holidays are based on Independent Travel . Holidays could be Customised to your requirements and you could choose to upgrade to Selfdrive or Exclusively Private basis .
Spring in Denmark usually brings bright sunlight and cloudless skies
The best time to visit Denmark is during the summer months of June, July and August, when the climate is warm and the blossoming landscape at its prettiest, and when travel season is in full swing
Autumn can also be a good time to visit, with the falling leaves providing a gorgeous golden show – though bear in mind that the coastal waters can get chilly as early as September, and that most sights and attractions maintain reduced hours outside of high season, from mid-September onwards.
Denmark’s winters are decidedly less severe than those of its northerly Scandinavian neighbours.