You can find on this page the Denmark cities map to print and to download in PDF. The Denmark map city presents main cities, towns and presents the capital of Denmark in Northern Europe.

Map of Denmark with cities

The map of Denmark with cities shows all big and medium towns of Denmark. This map of cities of Denmark will allow you to easily find the city where you want to travel in Denmark in Northern Europe. The Denmark cities map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Denmark residents enjoy a high standard of living and the country excels in the fields of education, healthcare, governance, civil liberties, and prosperity. Thus, the cities of Denmark are also some of the world best cities in terms of living conditions, infrastructure, health and education facilities, and other related factors. Aalborg as you can see in the Map of Denmark with cities, is a city in the North of Jutland in Denmark with 211,000 and was founded around 1000. Today it is an important industrial center within the Danish economy. It is well developed with an excellent connection to major European cities and has lovely beaches and forests in the vicinity. Aalborg has been ranked as a top 5 city in Denmark, with the 2nd highest score for housing and infrastructure and 8th for wellness factors. It was named “City of sports” back in 1960 due to its sports activities such as football (FCA), hockey, handball, winter sports, etc.

Hilleroed city is located just north of Copenhagen as its shown in the Map of Denmark with cities, and it is safe with an excellent quality of life. The city offers an extensive range of activities, including biking, hiking, swimming, visiting art galleries, or many family-friendly festivals such as Strings in the Park, which showcases classical music performances. There are also various sports facilities, including tennis courts, soccer fields, and even horse riding facilities. Horsens city is located in west Denmark, and it has a population of 60,000. It ranks as the fourth most liveable city in Denmark by ECA International with its low crime rate, safety, and pleasant climate. It also has numerous green spaces for families to explore, such as Gammel Estrup Park, which showcases animals from all over the world in a beautiful setting.

Herning city is a part of the Viborg metropolitan area, and it has a population of 85,000, which makes it the fifth most populated city in Denmark. It is also ranked as one of the safest cities in Europe by the Numbeo Crime Index. It boasts many family-friendly attractions, including green areas, picnic sites, playgrounds, and many festivals. Vejle is located in the east of Jutland, and it is well-connected to nearby cities by bus. It offers easy access to nature with its lakeside parks, biking paths, and forested areas. The city also has an advanced healthcare system, and it is ranked among the 5 best places to live in Denmark. Roskildecity is located in the west of Denmark, and it has a population of 50,000 as its mentioned in the Map of Denmark with cities. It also has been ranked as one of the best cities to live in by ECA international due to its picturesque setting, low crime rate, high level of education, and job opportunities. The city offers many activities for families, such as biking around the canals, visiting museums such as Roskilde Viking Ship Museum, or participating in its annual Viking market.

Map of Denmark with major cities

The map of Denmark with major cities shows all biggest and main towns of Denmark. This map of major cities of Denmark will allow you to easily find the big city where you want to travel in Denmark in Northern Europe. The Denmark major cities map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Copenhagen is the biggest and capital city of Denmark situated on the Zealand island eastern coast. A small section of the city is also located on the Amager Island. Copenhagen was founded in the 10th century as a Viking fishing village. Since then, the city witnessed several periods of ups and downs till it finally emerged as one of the most developed and happiest cities of the world in the current century. The city is home to several major universities of the country like the University of Copenhagen, Technical University of Denmark, and more. Ranking second among the biggest cities in Denmark, Aarhus is located on the Jutland Peninsula east coast, 187 km northwest of Copenhagen as you can see in the Map of Denmark with major cities. The city was founded as a fortified Viking settlement in the 8th century. The industrial revolution led to the rapid development of the city, and today it is the economic and cultural core of the region. The city ranks among the top 100 conference cities in the world. Aarhus is the country’s important industrial port and trade hub with major Danish companies having their headquarters in the city.

The third largest Danish city of Odense is located on the island of Funen, 167 km southwest of Copenhagen as its shown in the Map of Denmark with major cities. The area in and around the city has a long history of settlement of over 4,000 years. Odense houses some of the major industries of the region like the GASA and the Albani Brewery. The tourist attractions here include the Odense Palace, Odense Theatre, Hans Christian Andersen Museum, the Odense Symphony Orchestra, etc. Aalborg ranks fourth among the biggest cities in Denmark. The industrial and university city is located in the North of Jutland, 118 km north of Aarhus. Aarhus has served as an important harbor since the Middle Ages and later became a major industrial center in the country. The city architecture displays half-timbered mansions that were built by wealthy merchants of the past. Aalborg is an important cultural hub in the country and houses several museums, palaces, orchestras, theaters, and more. The end of May Aalborg Festival is one of the biggest festivals held in the Scandinavian region.

The city of Frederiksberg is an affluent Danish town that is part of the Capital Region of the country as its mentioned in the Map of Denmark with major cities. There are vast tracts of green spaces in the town and some attractions considered to be part of Copenhagen like the Copenhagen Zoo are actually part of Frederiksberg. Esbjerg in the region of South Denmark with its 72,205 inhabitants is a place in Denmark - some 161 mi or ( 260 km ) West of Copenhagen , the country capital city. Randers city was destroyed and rebuilt three times in the 13th century. In 1246, it was burned down by King Abel of Denmark troops during the civil uprising against King Eric IV of Denmark. Randers was granted privileges as a market town in 1302, which created a significant amount of trade.

Capital of Denmark map

The capital of Denmark map shows the main city of Denmark. This capital map of Denmark will allow you to easily plan your travel in the capital of the country Denmark in Northern Europe. The capital of Denmark map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Copenhagen (play /ˈkoʊpənheɪɡən/ or /ˈkoʊpənhɑːɡən/; Danish: København pronounced [kʰøb̥m̩ˈhɑʊ̯ˀn], Latin: Hafnia) is the capital of Denmark and its most populous city, with an urban population of 1,213,822 (as of 1 January 2012) and a metropolitan population of 1,935,746 (as of 1 April 2012) as you can see in the Capital of Denmark map. With the completion of the transnational Øresund Bridge in 2000, Copenhagen has become the centre of the increasingly integrating Øresund Region. Within this region, Copenhagen and the Swedish city of Malmö are growing into a combined metropolitan area. Copenhagen is situated on the islands of Zealand and Amager. First documented in the 11th century, Copenhagen became the capital of Denmark in the beginning of the 15th century. During the 17th century, under the reign of Christian IV, it became a significant regional centre.

Apart from being the national capital, Copenhagen also serves as the cultural hub of Denmark and wider Scandinavia as its mentioned in the Capital of Denmark map. Since the late 1990s, Copenhagen has undergone a transformation from a small Scandinavian capital to a metropolitan city of international scope in the league of cities like Barcelona and Amsterdam. This is due to massive investments in infrastructure as well as culture and a wave of new successful Danish architects, designers and chefs. Copenhagen is the capital in the world where organic food has the largest market share. One in every ten purchases is organic in Copenhagen. Within the municipal sector in Copenhagen, 45% of all food consumption is organic but the target is considerably higher. With the environmental strategy "Environment Metropolis: Our Vision 2015" the politicians wish that solely organic food is to be served in 90 per cent of the Copenhagen old-age homes and residential homes for children and young persons in 2015.

The conurbation of Copenhagen consists of several municipalities. After Copenhagen Municipality, the second largest is Frederiksberg Municipality, an enclave inside Copenhagen Municipality. Both are contained in the larger Capital Region of Denmark, containing most of the urban area of Copenhagen as its shown in the Capital of Denmark map. However Danish road authority (Vejdirektoratet) still uses the name Greater Copenhagen (Storkøbenhavn). This area had around 1.45 million inhabitants in the mid 1990. Copenhagen and Frederiksberg were two of the three last Danish municipalities not belonging to a county. On 1 January 2007, the municipalities lost their county privileges and became part of the Copenhagen Capital Region.