9 Beautiful Villages And Towns To Visit in Denmark - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog
2) Ribe: If you like historic little places then Ribe will bring a huge smile to your face. It was founded as a marketplace in the 8th century and is officially Denmark’s oldest town. It has a beautiful medieval city centre, including an impressive cathedral from 860 AD, and a pretty epic viking museum that’ll take you back to 9th century Scandinavia! Game of Thrones has nothing on these! 🙂
With its beautiful coastal peninsula and quaint island communities, Denmark is undoubtedly one of the most scenic countries in Europe. We take in some of its most beautiful places from Ribe, the oldest town in Denmark, to the Danish Riviera town of Hornbæk.
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