According to food critics, Denmark is at the cutting edge of cuisine and boasts the best restaurant in the world with Noma. You will visit the best of what this Danish cooking revolution has to offer coupled with stays in historic hotels, the highlight being Broholm castle. Table reservations are made for you while in Copenhagen to sample healthy and well prepared cuisine and also in your stay at renowned Falsted Kro.
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Fly from London Heathrow to Copenhagen. Stay 2 nights at Admiral Hotel or similar (N)
Full day at leisure to explore the capital of Denmark. Explore the renowned Tivoli Gardens), view the Little Mermaid or visit the old harbour of "Nyhavn". Alternatively there is an optional food tour which visits eight food-tasting locations in the city. A table reservation will be made at one of Copenhagen's finest restaurants. (B)
Collect your hire car (based on Group B car rental) and drive via Odense, the home of Hans Christian Anderson to Gudme. Dating back several hundred years, the Falsted Kro Inn is considered to be one of the best restaurants in Denmark. A table reservation will be made. Stay 1 night at the Falsted Kro or similar. (B)
Morning drive via Gudme to Broholm. Stay 1 night at Broholm Castle. (B, D)
Morning at leisure. Afternoon drive to Copenhagen and stay 1 night at the Admiral Hotel or similar. (B)
Drive to Copenhagen airport and drop off your hire car. Fly back to London Heathrow with British Airways. (B)
(B) = Breakfast, (L) = Lunch, (D) = Dinner, (N) = No Meals
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Owned by the same family for over 12 generations, Broholm Castle is a 400 year old Gothic style manor house which has been superbly converted into a 15 room hotel. Set in vast forested area on the island of Fyn, this property is the perfect place to unwind and experience some of Denmark's finest scenery. If you only take a relaxing stroll through the gardens to the summerhouse which serves afternoon tea, a stay at Broholm castle will still be an unforgettable...
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