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Lolland is an island of Denmark located in the Baltic Sea, which is separated from southern Zealand by Smalandsfarvandet Sound. Lolland is known as the "pancake island" because of its flatness: the highest point of the entire island is 25 m (82 ft) above sea level. It is the fourth largest island of the Danish archipelago and its irregular coastline is broken by Sakskobing and Nakskov fjords.
Billund in the South Jutland area of Denmark is mostly popular because that is where the head office of Lego is!  There is also the Lego theme park
Odense is Denmarks third largest city with a bustling city centre offering lots of things to do and see. There is though also a calm natural side to the city on the waters edge. The birth place of Hans Christian Anderson with excellent air, rail and road travel links!
Frederikshavn is in the north Jutland region of Denmark and the translation of its name is 'Freds Harbour' so you can be sure that there are lots of wonderful places for scenic photos with water!
Middelfart is a bit of a hidden gem in Denmark, it is 6 hours from Germany, 2.5 hours from Copenhagen airport, and has the airport of Billund around 1.5 hours. There are weddings in Middelfart daily except for Sunday, and generally witnesses can be provided on weekdays. Great venue for German residents.
Svendborg is actually on the Island of Funen. It is easy to get to by train from Copenhagen, is the gateway to the Island of Aero and has been names "most charming town in Denmark". A surprisingly large town, on the water, and with a lovely (and lively!) Marina.
Faaborg is a historical old Port Town. Narrow streets, cozy shops, atmospheric restaurants, and an almost Mediterranean feel...
Aero Island is a stunning place to marry, it is quaint, picturesque, and very very Danish! It is known as the main Danish Wedding Island, or the Danish Island of love - and for good reason. All of our couples who marry there are so happy with the location, and also make a special mention to how wonderful the registrars were. And they are!!
Getting married in Gibraltar is wonderful, this beautiful 'rock' is situated just off the Southern Spanish coast, it is British governed and a stones throw away from the African coast line. This means all year round sunshine and enough love to make sure that you have a wedding day like no other.
Get married close to the Danish border but in Sweden - best of both Nordic worlds!! You can fly into Copenhagen, Helsingborg or Malmo!