The islands of Sealand, Funen and Aeroe are easily combinable with this 7-day self-drive itinerary. Starting with the capital Copenhagen, travel via the magnificent suspension bridge of Storebaelt to Funen and Denmark's second city of Odense and then by ferry to the island of Aeroe, this tour highlights some of the regions finest attractions.
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Fly from London Heathrow to Copenhagen. Collect your hire car (based on Group B car rental). Drive to Copenhagen and stay 2 nights at Comfort Hotel Vesterbro (or similar) (N)
Full day at leisure. Full day at leisure to explore the capital of Denmark. Explore the renowned Tivoli Gardens (entrance included), view the Little Mermaid or visit the old harbour of "Nyhavn". (B)
Morning drive to Roskilde. Visit to the Viking ship museum which contains a magnificent collection of Viking long ships followed by an afternoon visit to the Cathedral, the traditional burial place of Danish monarchs. Continue to Odense. Stay at the First Hotel Grand Odense or similar for 1 night. (B)
Morning drive to Kvaerndrup and Egeskov Castle (entrance included), one of the best preserved moat castles in the world. Continue to Svendborg for the ferry crossing to the island of Aeroe. Stay 2 nights at the Aeroehus Hotel (or similar). (B)
Full day at leisure to explore the island. (B)
Morning at leisure. Drive to Copenhagen and stay at the Comfort Hotel Vesterbro or similar for 1 night. (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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The Comfort Hotel Vesterbro is located in the Vesterbro district of the city, which is only a few minutes' walk from the central station and Tivoli Amusement Park. All 401 guestrooms are designed in a simple Scandinavian style with air conditioning and wooden floors. The hotel's restaurant offers an a la carte menu and a lighter option is available at the hotel bar and cafe. The hotel is part of the Comfort Inn Nordic Choice...
Located in the heart of the city, the First Hotel Grand is considered to be the city's most illustrious hotel and has been welcoming guests since 1897. The Hans Christian Anderson museum is 5 minutes' walk from the hotel. All 137 rooms are designed in a classic decor which combines modern amenities and stylish interiors. The Brasserie Grand is a French-style restaurant which offers a traditional bistro menu with Danish specialities. The hotel is part of the First Hotel chain.Read more
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