The weather in Denmark is not the friendliest, but fortunately you have a lot to see here even in the cold season. Of course, the best time to visit Denmark is late spring and summer, between May and August, when temperatures rise and the streets are filled with people looking for fun. Also then is the season of outdoor events, with great chances to find many concerts and street performances. But summer also comes with higher rates for flights and accommodation, so if you want to spend as little as possible you can plan your vacation between March and May, when the temperatures are good for walks. Starting with October, the city goes into hibernation, except for the winter holidays, when everything comes to life for a few weeks.
A day in Odense
After a few days of lego pieces, a change of scenery will be welcome. Jump on a train from Billund Station or in a rented car and head to the green island of Denmark, Fyns. In the center of the island is an equally green city, Odense, full of attractions, picturesque streets, cafes and restaurants that entice you everywhere. You will be impressed by the old buildings, the Odense Fortress Slot, the Royal Garden, the Fyns Kunstmuseum.
Be sure to remember another attraction that will please the whole family, the Danish Railway Museum where, in addition to impressive exhibits, steam locomotives, royal wagons and other railway treasures, the little ones have the opportunity to build their own trains from lego pieces, the big ones "You can play" with high-performance simulators for driving locomotives, you can even make short trips with a special train of the Museum. Obviously, for the little ones, the Odense Zoo will be a real joy, so don't forget to book at least an hour to visit this place loved by the little ones.