Hi. I am thinking of taking my fairly travel savvy (we have been to Great Britain and Italy together, and the two adults have traveled extensively in Europe) Western Washington family on a fairly slow paced vacation in Denmark this August/September. Two mid 50s adults, with 3 or 4 girls ranging from 24 to 16. I was thinking of spending about a week in Copenhagen, about 4 days on Aero, 4 or 5 days driving through Jutland, and then maybe a trip to Malmo or Gothenburg for 4 or 5 days. Would likely rent a car for the last two legs. None of this is set in stone. I have had good luck with Airbnb, and was thinking of using that as well as Rick Steves recommendations to find places to stay for 5 or 6 that won't cost a fortune.
Any tips, comments or suggestions would be appreciated.