Picturesque scenery, idyllic landscapes, charming villages A self-drive route into the heart of Denmark From lighthouses to museums, blue lakes to coastal cliffs, follow the ‘flowers’ of the Marguerite Route from north to south & east to west.
Travel past renaissance castles, fabulous scenery, idyllic landscapes, and charming villages. Simply follow the easy to spot Marguerite route ‘flower’ signs. Combine with city stop-offs, or extend or shorten your tour as you wish.
Witness the beauty of Denmark and experience more than 200 top attractions in one go. From the tip of North Jutland where two seas collide to Moen’s Klint in the south of Zealand, a beautiful 100m light chalk cliff.
Silkeborg in East Jutland – land of blue lakes, lush fields, and hilly landscapes. Sail the lakes on the oldest paddle steamer in the world.
It is gardens galore in the idyllic landscape of Funen. Visit Odense, the birthplace of Hans Christian Anderson.
Feel the maritime past pulse through you at museums, lighthouses, galleries and historical houses in West Jutland.
Places covered 12 Days
|€ 1,675 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.