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Denmark cycle tour

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Like most years I plan a bike trip around a European area dependant on ferries and airlines as they start to offer great deals. Right now I'm looking to fly into Copenhagen in early July where we will rent bikes as prices in Denmark are amazingly low compared to schlepping our old things over to Manchester and then flying them in. We aim to ride from Copenhagen through the islands of Mon, Falster, Lolland, Longland, Funen, catch the train over the Storebaelsbroen and then back to Copenhagen. I'd expect this to take 2 weeks which allows for roughly 35km a day (taking it easy) with a few double nights in a place or two and probably a double night in Copenhagen at the end. I'll buy the bikeline guide before I go. I have the link for the Danish bike route system.

I need some help; what are the best things to do and see along the way? I and Mrs Bilbo like to see engineering marvels, architectecture, train stations, museums, fabric based arts and crafts, sculpture and just a bit of wildlife (not that excited by zoos, circuses, nghtlife, "modern" theatre, opera, fireworks, fast cars or firestations).

Denmark experts, what are your thoughts?

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