Chief Designer. Scandinavia is a place where everything revolves around childhood and family. This is striking when you see bicycles with trolleys for children (they can be rented for 15 euros per day) and a huge amount of city entertainment, where adults, by the way, can be no less interesting. Most museums have fairly sparing children’s rates, and the roads and streets are completely safe for quiet city walks. A vacation with your family in Denmark is an opportunity to combine several entertainments at once both in the city and beyond its borders, since the road from a quiet village to Copenhagen usually takes 20 minutes, and a house in the suburbs can be rented on popular Homeaway services (homeaway.com) and Airbnb (airbnb.ru). The main entertainment in Denmark, from which all children get numb and where the queues stand, is Legoland (legoland.dk) with a miniature copy of the Earth made from the designer, its own polar station and amusement park (the program is adjusted for every Christmas). If your head has not yet gone round from Legoland, you can go to the Tivoli baroque park with completely updated attractions (tivoli.dk) in the scenery of the medieval kingdom. An alternative to it is a slightly more budgetary Bakken park (bakken.dk). After you find out if the children again tear off the head of the Little Mermaid statue on the waterfront (and this has already happened), you should go to the museum of the writer Hans Christian Andersen (Radhuspladsen, 57, 1550 Kobenhavn, children under 17 years old – admission is free) and watch it (quite common for the Dane) apartment. And then head out to collect fun facts about the world at the Guinness World Records Museum (ripleys.com). [How to get?] It is most convenient to fly to Copenhagen by Air Baltic and Aerosvit Airlines (from 17,000 rubles per adult and 7,000 rubles per child), Aeroflot and SAS offers are more expensive (19 thousand rubles). Season: in summer, the temperature is about 20 degrees. In winter, the tourist peak is during the New Year holidays.