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Suggestions for 5 days in Denmark

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We've planned to spend 5 days in Denmark next May. Originally, we'd plan to divide the time, with three nights in Copenhagen and 2 nights in Arhus. Our mother's family emigrated to the US from Arhus in the late 19th century, and they once owned a farm near Mammen 40 miles outside Arhus where the famous Mammen Ax was found, along with other Viking relics.

However, Arhus is some distance away from Copenhagen, and we're not sure if it offers enough of interest to merit the travel time from Copenhagen. What do you think? Keep Arhus on our limited itinerary or not?

If you had 5 days in Denmark, how would you spend them?

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