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Legoland – A perfect choice for the family

If you’re travelling to Denmark together with your children, it’s very likely that you’ll visit Legoland. This is a paradise for kids and of course also for adults with their playfulness intact.

At Legoland you will find something for all tastes – both the most adventurous ones and those who prefers to watch and be impressed by things will find a lot that pleases them here. You have plenty of activities to try and different scenes and surroundings to explore. For those who likes action for most of the day, or perhaps even days, a great deal of the time can be spent at Adventure Land. There you’ll find a roller coaster and plenty of other adventures to try out.

Something that suits everyone, from the littlest ones to the oldest is the part of the park where you can see the whole world, in miniature, built up by lego. Miniland certainly gives you an impressing scenery. You’re also able to visit Pirate-Land, the Wild West and a land with Princesses, Knight and Kings. There are also other parts of the park where you can watch 4D films and visit the deep blue sea.

If you are visiting the park together with small children, there are also a part of Legoland where they can play and explore in a way that suits them well. Therefore, legoland is a great alternative for a family with children of many ages.

Remember that this is one of Denmarks most popular place to visist and so there will be plenty of families going here from all over Europe. Make sure you have lots of time so you can visit the whole park without feeling stress in any way. One day-ticket for a whole family(two adults and two children) costs 1156 dkr and if you book 7 days in advance you get 15% off. Legoland is open from the 2 April and is open all days of the week during high season. If you want to avoid long queues and the largest amount of people you can choose to go in low season. In that case, make sure that the park is open on your day of arrival. You’re also able to book your ticket online if you know which day you’re going.

If you want a memory for life, both for yourself and your family, then Legoland is a perfect choice and a good break from the beach if you’re on a holiday in a summer house in Denmark. If you make sure that you bring with you a happy mood and plenty of time to this place of fantasy and adventure, this can be the day from your holiday that you’ll all remember.