Nordisk Korthandel has published a new Tourist Map of Denmark and Major Cities with The Marguerite Route.
As a newly added feature the Tourist map of Denmark includes the scenic Marguerite Route.
The Marguerite route is a 3600 km long route through the danish landscape, and was opened in 1991 by Queen Margrethe of Denmark. The route runs through beautiful regions of Denmark, and in most places it is possible to cycle or walk along the route. Most of the route is situated on small roads, and therefore it is not the quickest or shortest way from point A to B, but instead it is an invitation to visit the many attractions, that you will find in Denmark. It runs through the danish mainland and is therefore not covering islands like Bornholm and Samsø. If you want to leave the mainland, you can find information, on ferry routes that depart from danish harbours, on the map.
The route uses the daisy flower as a symbol, and you will find it on the road signs, that are placed alongside the route, so follow these signs, if you want to make sure to stay on route. The signs are equipped with an arrow, that shows when to turn.
The Tourist map of Denmark contains: Main roads and motorways with road numbers, beaches, campsites, attractions and ferry routes with travel information. Detailed city maps in scale 1:15.000 of Copenhagen, Odense, Aarhus and Aalborg with road names.
The Tourist Map of Denmark is a perfect choice, when the summervacation takes you around Denmark.
You do not need to take the quickest or the shortest route - take your time - make a detour and get new natur experiences and explore the many sights of Denmark.
Practical information in Danish, English and German.
The map fits nicely into your pocket and comes with a protective plastic cover.