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Billund Airport is centrally located in Jutland, and it is quick and easy to reach many of the area’s major cities, where many of the largest Danish companies have their headquarters. Within an hour's drive you can reach places such as Aarhus, Herning, Horsens, Kolding, Vejle and Esbjerg. Billund Airport is Denmark's second largest airport, with a British Airways ticket office, car hire and a variety of shops and places to eat. If you need a hotel room, the Zleep hotel is located next to the airport, with plenty of additional accommodation in Billund itself.
Many tourists come to Billund to experience Legoland, an exciting and colourful theme park where both children and adults can enjoy rides, shops and other Lego-themed attractions. For the ultimate Legoland experience, spend the night in one of the many spectacular themed rooms of the Legoland Hotel. See more here.
In Billund you can also visit the brand new LEGO® House, which is a a unique experience house placed in the middle of the home town of the brick. Here LEGO fans of all ages can get the ultimate LEGO experience. Click here for more information.
Northern Europe's largest waterpark, Lalandia, is also located in Billund. As well as water slides and splash pools, the park features a playland, shops, child-friendly restaurants and a gym. Book a getaway in one of the beautiful cottages with plenty of room for the whole family. See more here.
Get closer to nature at Givskud Zoo, a zoo and safari park where you can observe animals from across the globe, including lions, the park’s speciality.
At the 30-45 minutes away from the sea, you can reach some of the Denmark’s best beaches from Billund, including the dramatic scenery of the North Sea coast and the fjord beaches of Vejle and Kolding.
Billund’s surrounding cities such as Vejle and Kolding are great for a spot of retail therapy. Kolding’s vibrant shopping street and large shopping centre (Kolding Storcenter) means you can pick up just about anything on your visit, from clothes to souvenirs.
If you interested in history, the old royal town of Jelling is certainly worth a visit. The city’s main historical attractions are its two burial mounds and the famous runic stones, which symbolise the birth of the Danish nation. In 1994 the Jelling Monuments were included on UNESCO's World Heritage List and you can find out more at the Kongernes Jelling museum, which is free for both children and adults. See more here.
The Jelling music festival, the third largest in Denmark, draws crowds from all over the world and is a must-visit for music fans. It takes place every year in late May and features both Danish and international musicians, as well as a variety of music genres.