1. The Cisterns
The cisterns is a cave within a city which located under Frederiksberg hill in Søndermarken Park. The stalagtites and stalagmites blend beautifully in concrete structures. Forbes listed this cave as one of the most unusual places in Europe in February 2009.
2. Giants in Ishoj
In Ishoj there are impressive art pieces made by a sculptor Thomas Dambo. He made six wooden sculptures that resembles Giants.
3. The Park of Music in Aalborg
The Park of Music is in the heart of Aalborg and part of Kildeparken City Park. The trees here is planted by the musicians since 1987 such as Sir Cliff Richard. Sir Cliff Richard is the third top selling artist behind The Beatles and Elvis Presley. His famous work is “Move It”, a hit single in 1958. Not only planted by musicians, some of the trees also accompanied by each artists music and can be played by pressing a button at the foot of the tree.
4. Samsø Labyrinten
Samsø labyrinten brings this game into a whole new level. Instead of a garden maze, this labyrinth is more like a forest maze with 50,000 of beautiful trees inside it. This labyrinth also a home of various animals such as deer, fox, hare, and birds!! You will feel as if you go traveling inside a fairy tale “Alice in Wonderland”.
5. Two clashing Seas in Grenen
Grenen is located on top of Skagen, the northern most city of Denmark. Grenen has more to offer from white sandy beach, classical museums, and it also rich of flora and fauna. But, the main attraction is in its sea where you could see two sea; Skagerrak (flows into North Sea) and Kattegat (flows into the Baltic sea). These two seas will meet under your feet but they don’t blend with each other. This natural phenomenon makes as if this two seas are clashing with each other.