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Denmark is a popular FIT destination, and few would know that better than FIT wholesaler Avanti DestinationsTo prove our point, the company has just introduced two new customizable vacations, 10 new hotels and 16 new tours and experiences in the country, plus it announced a new partnership with VisitDenmark. The latter has produced a new 40-page downloadable and shareable e-brochure and a webinar, which will be your key to selling Denmark and helping your clients with their options.

“Whether your independent travel clients are interested in castles, colorful quaint towns, the latest environmental innovations, Vikings, museums, cycling, contemporary architecture and interior design, or award-winning gastronomy, Denmark is a wonderful destination, and we are pleased to partner with VisitDenmark,” said Paul Barry, Avanti’s CEO, in a press statement. “The northern Jutland region, where we have added many of our new hotels and experiences, is actually the Danes’ own preferred vacation destination. In May SAS Airlines launched a summer nonstop flight between Newark and Aalborg to facilitate travel there.”

Avanti Custom-Crafts Denmark for Your Clients

Avanti has three FIT vacations within Denmark with a list of 47 hotels and 60 tours and experiences ready for your clients; plus it has two separate vacations that include Denmark as one of the Northern European countries they visit.

Denmark’s small size and great public transportation system make it easy to navigate, whether your clients choose to cycle, rent a car or go by rail—all options with Avanti. There are six destinations highlighted in the brochure: Copenhagen (the capital), with its canals, Royal Palace and famous Tivoli Gardens; Aalborg (Northern Jutland), a must for lovers of Viking lore; Roskilde (Zealand island, 20 miles west of Copenhagen), also rich in Viking heritage and where visitors can actually sail on replicas of Viking ships; Odense (Funen Island), Hans Christian Anderson’s hometown; Aarhus (Jutland peninsula), another Viking historic site, now filled with art, music and modern architecture; and Skagen (the northernmost tip of Northern Jutland), a picturesque historic fishing port with a penchant for ecotourism.

Among the new tours, your clients can expect, among many others, a private two-hour walking tour of an ancient Viking burial site, a private three-hour Aalborg walking tour and a small group guided wine walk tour of Aarhus, plus cycling tours and “Sandworm” vehicle adventures.

The two new customizable independent vacations or an 8-day/7-night Best of Denmark self-drive excursion in Copenhagen, Odense and Aarhus with cooking classes, private walking tours and more, and the 7-day/6-night Copenhagen and North Jutland tour via first-class rail that includes a private seven-hour tour of Frederiksborg and Kronburg castles, both renowned for their beauty, among other exciting excursions.

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