You can find on this page the Denmark tourist map to print and to download in PDF. The Denmark tourist attractions map presents the monuments, museums, parks and points of interest of Denmark in Northern Europe.

Denmark tourist map

Map of Denmark travel

The Denmark tourist map shows all tourist places and points of interest of Denmark. This travel map of Denmark will allow you to easily plan your visits of landmarks of Denmark in Northern Europe. The Denmark tourist map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Tourists in Denmark consist mainly of people from neighboring countries, especially Germany, followed by Sweden, Norway, and the Netherlands. With 4.7 million visitor arrivals in 2007, Denmark ranked 43rd in the UNWTO World Tourism rankings as you can see in Denmark tourist map. Statistics show, however, that the total annual number of overnight stays in Denmark is currently declining. Denmark has many sandy beaches which attract mainly German tourists. Swedish and Norwegian tourists often come to visit the relatively lively city of Copenhagen while many young Scandinavians come for Denmark cheap and readily accessible beer, wines and spirits. As Europe oldest kingdom and the home of Hans Christian Andersen, Denmark is often marketed as a "fairytale country". The term is so ingrained that it is still used in international news reports, especially when the news is of a nature contradicting the image such as the Copenhagen riots or the Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy.

The tourism industry is growing in Denmark, and increasing numbers of tourists pay a visit to the Nordic country. With over 56.1 million overnight stays in 2019, Denmark registered the highest number of overnight stays in its history, continuing the annual increase since 2012. Most overnight stays were made by international tourists, reaching 28.9 million in 2019, while 27.2 million nights were spent by domestic tourists as its shown in Denmark tourist map. The increase in both the number of overnight stays and number of tourists aligns well with Denmark national tourism strategy for 2025: increasing the number of overnight stays by 17 million, and generating a revenue of 140 billion Danish kroner. In 2018, the revenue of the tourism industry reached 132.5 billion Danish kroner, most of which were generated in the municipality of Copenhagen. Furthermore, 169 thousand jobs were created within the industry. Needless to say, the tourism industry plays an important role in terms of both economic development and employment in Denmark.

Among the Nordic countries, Denmark attracts the most tourists by far. Since 2008, 45 percent of all overnight stays in the Nordics were spent in Denmark. In 2019, most tourists stayed in holiday houses in the Region of Southern Denmark, while hotels were the most popular accommodation type in the Capital Region as its mentioned in Denmark tourist map. The largest share of tourists visited Denmark to experience the coast and nature, and aside from domestic tourists, German travelers paid the most visits to the country. The neighboring countries, Germany, Norway and Sweden all accounted for the highest number of visits to Denmark. In 2018, the majority of visits came from Germany with nearly 3.5 million visits.

Denmark attractions map

Map of Denmark tourist attractions

The Denmark attractions map shows all monuments and sightseeing of Denmark. This tourist attractions map of Denmark will allow you to easily discover monuments, museums ans places to visit of Denmark in Northern Europe. The Denmark attractions map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Among Jutland regional attractions are Legoland close to Billund Airport, the easterly village of Ebeltoft with its cobbled streets and half-timbered houses, Skagen in the far north famous for its seascapes and artist community and the north-west beach resorts of Løkken and Lønstrup as you can see in Denmark attractions map. Finally the island of Mors, famous for its natural beauty, attracts tourists to its Jesperhus Flower Park and to the cliff at Hanklit which overlooks the sea. Jelling, near Vejle in the south-eastern part of Jutland, is a World Heritage Site, famous for its two great tumulus mounds erected in the late 10th century and its runic stones erected by King Harold. Near Esbjerg on the west coast stands Svend Wiig Hansen enormous sculpture of four chalky white figures gazing out at the sea. Known as Mennesket ved havet or Men at the Sea and standing 79 m high, it can be seen for miles around.

The cities of Aalborg, in the north, and Aarhus, in the east, attract a considerable number of visitors, whether for business or pleasure. Aalborg 14th century Budolfi Church, 17th century Aalborghus Castle and the Jomfru Ane Gade (a lively old street close to the city centre) are major attractions. In Aarhus, Den Gamle By (the Old Town) is in fact a museum village in which old houses from various parts of Denmark have been brought together. Funen, linked to Sealand by the Great Belt Bridge, has strong associations with Hans Christian Andersen who was born in Odense. The small coastal towns of Fåborg and Svendborg are popular with tourists both as attractions in their own right and as centres for visiting the surroundings, particularly the castles of Egeskov and Hvedholm and the unspoiled islands of Thurø, Tåsinge and Ærø with their narrow streets and thatched cottages as its shown in Denmark attractions map.

The island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea to the south of Sweden offers tourists a variety of attractions including rocky seascapes, picturesque fishing villages and sandy beaches. Among the quaint towns worth visiting are Gudhjem, Sandvig, Svaneke and Rønne. The magnificent ruin of Europe largest castle, Hammershus, is the island most famous monument. There are ferry services to Bornholm from Køge near Copenhagen, from Ystad in the south of Sweden, from Rügen in the north east of Germany and from Kołobrzeg and Świnoujście in the north west of Poland as its mentioned in Denmark attractions map. There is also an airport at Rønne. In 2004 Copenhagen Region had 136 hotels with a total of 4.9 million nights spent. There were 250 cruise liners calling at Copenhagen Port with more than 350,000 passengers. Among the major tourist attractions are Tivoli Gardens, the Freetown Christiania and The Little Mermaid, all located in Copenhagen. A survey conducted by the newspaper Berlingske Tidende in July 2008 listed The Little Mermaid as the most popular tourist attraction in Copenhagen.