this trip is in the middle of a much larger 4 or 5 month trip so I have a good amount of time on my hands if I wish to extend anything. Im looking to spend 10 - 15 days in Denmark and I have a rough itinerary if you would look over, give some tips or suggestion. Im into hiking and am a history buff and will be traveling to Denmark in the beginning of March. I will be staying mostly in Airbnb as they seem to be just as expensive as hostel rooms. I will be coming from Sweden most likely so my first stop would be in Copenhagen, and purchasing the Copenhagen Card for a couple days of rail travel and museums.
-Copenhagen (5) days.... 3 full days in the city I was thinking of doing some hiking or biking in 'The Deer Garden' just north of the city. Day trip to Kronborg castle and Frederiksborg castle. Day trip to Roskilde for the cathedral and Viking Museum.
-Odense (1) day There are a couple of churches I would like to see here. Mabye Egeskov castle.
-Kolding (1) Only staying here one day so I can check out the Moravian Church in Christiansfeld.
-Ribe (2) Two days on the cobblestone streets of Denmark's oldest city. Mabye stay an extra day here, any good day trips that are easily done with public transportation?
-Aarhus (3) days. On the way from Ribe to Aarhus I will stop off in Jelling to see the rune stones. Seeing the Cathedral and ARoS museum as well as The Old Town Museum in Aarhus. I hear it has a good nightlife so I may hit up some jazz pubs or brew pub.
I was thinking about possibly adding one or two more stops along the way. Perhaps Svendborg or Ærø? anyone have any suggestions I would love to hear them.