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Viking tour of Denmark?

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I've been wanting to go on a tour of Viking sites, and after a quick search it seems that Denmark has the most to offer. So far, the most interesting sites to me seem to be Roskilde and Ribe, and the Viking museum in Aarhus. Also, I know there's nothing Viking about it but we'd also like to stop by Billund for (surprise!) Legoland.

We'll be flying in and out from Copenhagen. I was wondering if it would be best to fly from there to Aarhus, then circle back to Copenhagen by train. It seems Ribe's a bit out of the way so I'm willing to scrap it, albeit begrudgingly, for a more convenient but equally interesting destination. Can anyone recommend a good route? We're open to renting a car but only if the cost and convenience are far superior to public transport.

Any advice would be much appreciated. Best, J.

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