Copenhagen has been called the happiest place on Earth; this historic city offers a wide range of entertainment, cultural and shopping activities, and has become one of the most visited destinations on the globe. There is always something fun to do here, with all kinds of attractions and sights within easy walking distance. Major attractions include the 100-year old national monument and amusement park, Tivoli Gardens, the royal past and vibrant present on display at the Amalienborg Museum and the great stores in the heart of the downtown at Stroget.
Copenhagen is the center of golf in Denmark. Only a few minutes away from this fascinating city you can find the two world-class courses designed by Robert Trent Jones II at The Scandinavian, which offers golf in a natural setting that seems to have gone untouched for centuries. The Royal Copenhagen Golf Club is Denmark’s oldest course, being built on what were once royal hunting grounds in one of the country’s most beautiful natural areas, where more than 2000 deer roam freely over the greens and fairways. Ledreborg Palace, about a 35-minute drive from Copenhagen, is a Nick Faldo design and another of Denmark's picturesque courses; its links-like layout opened in 2007. So if you’re looking for something a little different, why not try a golf break on the edge of the Baltic Sea?
Other courses around Copenhagen are: Barsebäck Golf and Country Club, Bokskogens Golfklubb, Broendby Golf Club, Falsterbo Golf Club, Hedeland Golf Club, Landskrona Golf Club, PGA of Sweden National and Skaebae Molle Golf Club (9-hole course).