Beyond the Campus: Exploring Denmark’s Tourist Attractions for University Students

 

Bored in college? let’s explore some of the following destinations, when you study in Denmark! While you’re studying in Denmark, there’s nothing wrong with exploring the city, right?

 

1. Roskilde

 

 

Roskilde is well known for Roskilde Cathedral which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Students like to visit this cathedral that is the burial place of the Danish kings. In fact, Roskilde also hosts the Roskilde Music Festival, the largest music festival in Europe, which attracts many visitors every year.

 

2. Odense

 

 

Odense is mostly known as the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen, a famous fairy tale writer. It is often visited by students in Denmark to see and learn about the life and works of Hans Christian Andersen. Odense also has beautiful parks and historic buildings that attract visitors.

 

3. Skagen

 

 

Skagen is known for its beautiful beaches and traditional fishing villages. Located in the far north of Denmark, this small town is often visited by students as one of the places for refreshing, healing with its beach views.

 

4. Kopenhagen

 

 

The capital city of Denmark is popular with many tourists because it has many sights that are visited by many tourists, such as: Tivoli Park, Christiansborg Palace, Amalienborg Palace, the Little Mermaid, etc. In other places, there are also a lot of other tourist attractions, such as: museums, art galleries, and beautiful parks.

 

Those are 4 cities in Denmark that you can make as tourist destinations or places to relax for a moment from university activities. You can bring friends, or even family if they are visiting you. Solo traveling is also fine! You can freely decide the destination as you wish.

For you prospective students, if you would like to continue your studies in Denmark, you can join our upcoming webinar straight from Engineering Faculty by Ms. Signe Lund as an International Officer of Southern Denmark University.

If you need more information regarding this event, please contact us: 0895-6030-44611 (Shelly)

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