With its 7,000km of coastline and more than 400 islands, Denmark makes a great holiday playground. Follow readers’ advice and it needn’t be expensive either
We travelled around Denmark, sleeping in B&B/hotels, called kroer. These were brilliant. On the menu at every kro there was at least one Danish speciality, which was half the price of any other item. We ordered it one night and it came plated up and piled high. We were told that the Danes subsidised the kro to have traditional Danish food on the menu, instead of bland international cuisine. So, from then on, we chose the speciality, and ate well, at much lower cost!
Source: The Guardian