I posted my first travel experiences in Denmark here, but I still have a lot to show you. For example, Odense city in Denmark. We visited this city on a Sunday, a day when it’s peaceful and quiet in Denmark. The shops are closed but luckily the cafes are open for lunch and a coffee.
Odense is the second largest city of Denmark and is located on the island Funen. The main attraction in this city is the home of Hans Christian Andersen. He is a famous writer of fairytales.
We walked through the old city centre and saw beautiful old stone buildings, the council, a church and old streets. Just like in the Netherlands, you see loads of bikes in Denmark. Not as many I guess as in the Netherlands but still a lot compared to any other country.
Denmark is a really organized, clean and friendly country. The streets are clean, the people are nice and friendly and they all speak English. I could understand a few words of what they were saying as Danish reminds me of German, a bit of English and some Dutch words too.
The Scandinavian homes are just perfect. Some of them are made of wood (those are my favorites) and some of them made of bricks. Both are gorgeous and build properly. They have to of course, because their winters can be very cold.