My wife and I will be in Copenhagen the second week of November. We will spend a couple of days in the city, but would like to pick at least one smaller town to go stay a few days and experience a different side of Denmark. We would like a place that is a smaller town - one of those places where you walk everywhere and they have tons of little shops and places to eat.
Our dilemma is that in early November, I'm worried most of the smaller towns may be ghost towns since it is so far out of season. And we are probably a little too early for all the holiday markets to be setup. We would love to have dinner, bundle up and spend a some time walking around exploring the city. We would like laid-back, but not full ghost-town, if that makes sense.
I have a few suggestions from friends below - would love to hear your thoughts (or better ideas).
Aarhus - fun, college town which should mean plenty of nightlife. However, doesn't seem like the little quaint town we are looking for
Cross over to Malmo. Again- not a quaint little town, but its also ticking another country off the bucket list. :)
Ribe - really interested in this one, but worried it will be too out-of-season to enjoy
Those are the top contenders right now, but we would love to hear your thoughts and suggestions.