We are considering traveling to Denmark for the last week of September and early October, for 10 days and 9 nights. I've read about the weather there, but I am more interested in learning about your experiences there at this time. Does Copenhagen really shut down? Or does this not kick in until later in the autumn?
Also, for those who have been there, would you recommend staying in Copenhagen for the entire trip with lots of day trips (Malmo, Mons Klint, Roskilde, Hillerod, Helsingor, etc.) or moving around the country? There are things on Jutland I'd like to see/do (Jelling, Ribe, Legoland, to name a few), but I'm also hesitant to try to cram too much in. We are experienced travelers in our early thirties, so a busy schedule with lots of moving around isn't a problem for us.
Finally, would you do Odense as a day trip (looks to be about 75-90 minutes by train each way), or recommend staying a night there?
I very much appreciate any advice.