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Denmark Itinenary for 10 days

Hello friends,
I am a doctor and going for a conference in Denmark from 8 September to 18 September.
i am travelling with my parents and wife and a kid. can any one suggest a good itinerary for the same. i am ok visiting other scandivian countries as well but would prefer to see most of denmark and sweden or norway with it.
I am staying at airbnb on Brygge island. so please help me with a plan.
is it worth taking a car hire or should i use public transport.
dr vipul vakil

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I suppose that means you are going to be away at the conference while your family has all day to tour - and you will join them in the evening on the days when there is no evening arrangement. This means that they will only be apple to do day tours - no three day tours to other cities or countries.

I'll suggest

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I'm sure others will add their own preferences :-)

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On the day you go to Helsingor, stop at the Louisiana Art Museum on your way home in Humlebaek. Also consider a part day trip to Hillerod (Fredericksborg Castle). Are you staying in Copenhagen the entire time -- is it already booked? If you have flexibility at all, spend a couple of nights in Odense (which is on the center island of Funen). We really loved it there, some nice museums, a beautiful park, nice restaurants, great pedestrian-only city center, about a 1.5 hour train ride from Copenhagen. It's kind of a lot for a day trip, but if you have a couple of nights, I'd highly recommend it.

Use public transportation, I would not recommend renting a car. Look into the Copenhagen Card - it covers a lot of museums and attractions, but it really saves money if you plan to do a lot of train travel around the island of Zealand, which is all included in the card.

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i have conference from 10 to 14. that means i have first 2 days and last 3 days free
hope you can suggest some other things as well. my house is booked but can decrease the number of days i stay so that should not be a problem. also how many daysand what days for what place if you can ellaborate on that would be great
Dr Vipul vakil

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You should get the Rick Steves Scandinavia book. That will help you plan out your time. There is plenty to keep you busy in Copenhagen depending on your interests. Kalmar and Roskilde are definitely worth visiting. Depending on your interests, you could do an overnight ferry to Oslo as well.