While driving through parts of Denmark this summer, we stayed a night in Holbæk before heading to Copenhagen. Since we had quite a bit of time, we chose to take the slower routes instead of the motorway, and ended up on the route known as Margueritruten in Denmark. As Wikipedia will tell you, it’s a route taking you past approximately 1000 historical sights and attractions around in Denmark.
This picture was taken late July 2016 from a road called Munkholmvej looking out on Bramsnæs bugt. The road was very peaceful and you got to see more of Denmark than you see from the motorways, so if you have that extra piece of time while driving in Denmark, it’s recommended.