Ever thought of a short break to Denmark?

When you are planning a short break away from the UK and want to try somewhere different why not look at spending time in the city of Aalborg Denmark’s fourth largest city and the home to the half-timbered Aalborghus Castle an important fortification in the sixteenth century. The city has plenty to offer visitors who are interested in the history and culture of Denmark and is incredibly clean and well looked after as are most cities in Denmark.

The city centre boasts a wealth of superb hotels, cafes and restaurants with menus to suit all tastes whether you enjoy fine dining or a more relaxed atmosphere there really is something for everyone.

Everywhere you look in Aalborg you are bound to see something that reminds you of its rich cultural heritage however the centre also boasts exhibition spaces that celebrate the growing technological inventions of the age including Denmark’s famous children’s toy namely Lego.

If you enjoy a spot of retail therapy during your break away the city can offer you a wide range of quaint independent shops in the many side streets as well as the usual high street department stores.

Flights to Denmark directly from the UK are frequent and inexpensive should this be the break for you.