Early Autumn in the Gardens of Denmark

Why is Denmark, a country so close to Britain, so intriguingly and beguilingly different? Maybe the all-pervading sea, which surrounds the 400 or so islands that make up the country and threads its way through the city of Copenhagen, has something to do with it. Maybe the gentle, rolling, soft fertile landscape has fashioned a particular Danish attitude to life.

 There is a great deal to see. Away from Copenhagen, there are castles and manor houses to visit, a tiny palace set in a 19th century Romantic landscape, churches with 14th century frescoes and a cathedral with a remarkable collection of royal tombs, including that of the present Queen. There are delightful private gardens with welcoming hosts, a contemporary art gallery with views across to Sweden and very comfortable hotels and of course, the opportunity to swim in the Baltic.

  • Denmark
  • 9–14 Sept 2024
  • 6 days
  • Price from £4,150
  • 20 PLACES


Single occupancy £5,820

Double occupancy £4,150


  • Five nights in hotels
  • Four lunches
  • Dinner
  • All entrance fees 
  • Travel by luxury air-conditioned coach


  • Flights
  • Travel insurance

Alternatively email James@border-lines.co.uk please include the name of the tour and number of places you would like to book.