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Billund

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Denmark



Billund is affectionately deemed ‘The Capital of Children’, and it’s easy to see why; play and creativity is at the heart of everything in this town in central Denmark. Visit the Legoland theme park, a sprawling zoo, or Scandinavia’s largest water park. In Billund, your days will be long, but always filled with excitement. Fly from April 2019!


Known for

Lego – known for being the birthplace of Lego, Billund boasts a number of Lego-based activities; visit the Lego Inside Tour for a behind-the-scenes look at the toy’s creation or visit the theme park made from 60 million Lego bricks.

Lalandia – Scandinavia’s biggest water park offers waterslides for the kids and hot tubs for the adults; it also boasts bowling, indoor skiing, badminton courts, and trampolines.

Biking – when you want a break from theme parks, hop on your bike and enjoy one of Billund’s cycle routes. Travel through rural farmland, picturesque forests, and past the onion-shaped turrets of the Engelsholm Castle.


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The best way to experience Billund is by first visiting Legoland, the theme park responsible for the town’s growth. The 45-acre park is divided into nine areas, including Pirate Land, Adventure Land, and the Imagination Zone. Mini World is a particularly popular park, where visitors can explore recreations of monuments such as The Statue of Liberty, the Acropolis, and Egyptian Temples in 1:20 scale. Next, explore the Lego House, a 12,000-square metre building that’s home to towering Lego dinosaurs, make-your-own Lego movies, and other exciting activities. Don’t miss the chance to dine at the futuristic Mini Chef, where Lego Robots serve your meal.

Want to get outdoors? Billund is home to Givskud Zoo, a 120-hectare wildlife park filled with playgrounds, dinosaurs, and over 60 species of animals. Drive the classic safari route in your car and watch zebras and lions cross the road in front of you. Kids can also take part in activities such as campfire bread baking and digging in the sand for ecological treasures. If it’s a leisurely walk that you’re craving, take a stroll through Sculpture Park; the grassy trail passes by 19 pieces of modern art, and it makes the perfect place for an afternoon picnic.

No holiday to Billund is complete without a visit to Lalandia, a tropical waterpark filled with waterslides, wave pools, and hot jacuzzis. Children can tear down thrilling slides such as the Twister while adults enjoy a more relaxing experience at the sauna and spa. The park is also home to an ice rink, ski slope, climbing wall, bowling, and an indoor playland.

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