Billund is small and fairly unassuming little city in Jutland, Denmark, and it might not seem like the most exciting place to visit… but book flights to Billund, and you’ll soon realise that this place was quite literally built for fun! Home to Legoland theme park, Lalandia Billund (a huge water park and amusement park), and the LEGO factory (which opens regularly for tours), Billund is pretty much kid-heaven, right here on earth. For the perfect family holiday in Europe, book flights to Billund with Ryanair.
Population
Billund village: 6,000 Billund municipality: 26,000
Currency
1 Danish krone = 100 øre
Weather forecast
+7 ...14°C
Legoland Billund Resort - Welcome to a World of Play!

We promise kids of all ages an amazingly tummy-tickling experience! Bring a colourful creativity as well as your wildest imagination and explore a World of Play at the Legoland Billund Resort – Northern Europe’s biggest fun-for-the family destination. Not far from Billund is Aarhus – Denmark’s second largest city, were the pulse beats but never too fast for the heart to enjoy! The city of Odense welcomes visitors with a fairy-tale adventure in the birth town of H.C. Andersen. You will find Legoland Billund Resort at the doorstep of Billund Airport - your gateway to a World of Play!

Aarhus - The second largest city of Denmark

Take a couple of days off and enjoy life in Aarhus. Here you will find everything within walking distance. You will have the opportunity to experience a great number of both outdoor and indoor places, trendy shops and cosy cafés, forests and beaches. All through the year you can enjoy music and various events all over town. In Aarhus everything is nearby even though Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark. Everything is within walking distance and you can walk from one museum to another, go shopping and enjoy the city’s many cafés. In the afternoon you can also take a walk in the woods or along the sandy beaches near to the city.

Fun in Odense

Odense is the birthplace of the famous fairytale writer Hans Christian Andersen. In addition, Odense is a city particularly attractive to children as it offers a multitude of cultural activities. Enjoy an afternoon of adventure in "The Tinderbox" and become part of the tales of Hans Christian Andersen; see penguins and manatees in their natural environment in Odense Zoo; or rent a car and visit the amusement park "Fun Fyn Park" and its vast water world. In the Railroad Museum, you will be lost in the 10,000 m2 of railway technology, discoveries, games and nostalgia. And finally, do not miss The Fiona Village which is an outdoor museum with wooden buildings and farm animals.

East Jutland – Ocean, Beaches, Fiords

Along the coast of East Jutland visitors will experience a diversity of cities, stretching their centers around beautiful fiords. In Kolding old and new walk hand in hand with the royal castle Koldinghus and the Trapholt museum with modern art. The old Fortress town of Fredericia is located down to the beautiful sea Lillebælt. Vejle offers an abundance of cultural and gastronomical experiences along with national treasures and impressive nature. Holidays in the area of Horsens offers cosy city life by the fiord, and a wide range of exciting events, concerts and musicals.

Mid Jutland – Nature, Culture, Art

The Silkeborg region is well known for its beautiful nature with the river Gudenå and Denmark’s largest forrest area as the pivotal points. To many Herning is first and foremost known for hosting exhibitions and congresses, its location in the center of the peninsula however makes the city the perfect base for exploring the many attractions of Jutland. Surrounded by moor Ikast-Brande is located in the heart of Jutland. The area offers premium experiences within art and culture, wellness as well as local gourmet specialties.

South Jutland – Tidal flats, Coast, Countryside

The Southern part of Jutland is an inspiration to all who enjoys being by the seaside. The Waddensea near Rømø offers visitors a rare experience to get close to the seabed. In the city of Haderslev guests can visit the old cathedral and enjoy the city life along the fiord. In Vejen the old trail through Jutland goes through the city center and is centre for many activities throughout the year. Tønder is the oldest Danish royal borough and enjoys being the hometown of the Danish Prince Joachim.

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Billund Airport

Located only a 5 minute taxi journey from Billund village centre, getting to and from Billund Airport could not be easier. If you are staying in Vejle, there are two public bus services that you can get from Billund, the journey time being about 30 minutes.

​Address: Passagerterminalen 10, 7190 Billund​Phone: +45 7650 5050​Website: http://www.bll.dk
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