Summer time from May to August is especially lovely in Denmark. This is the most difficult time to get reservations for accommodations and attractions. This is not to say though that there is no reason for travelers to see Denmark at winter time. The country during this time of the year, has something to offer as well. October to March may be very cold and days are dark and short but January still stands out as the coldest month to be in Denmark.
During winter time, the number of visitors drops drastically. Less crowd though means more opportunities to explore Denmark with the least cost and worries. This also means better chances of getting those desired reservations for popular commercial establishments like hotels and restaurants. It should be noted that popular places never really get to the point of being empty no matter what time of the year it is. Winter time may simply mean shorter waiting time for those reservations to be confirmed.
Public places like parks and the streets are particularly inviting at this time because there is actually space for leisurely walks. Even when snow, ice, and icy winds rule at this season, it is not enough to discourage exploration. Danes in general, are also said to be more accommodating during leaner months for visitors, probably because the extraordinary heavy load of visitors during peak months can be quite challenging for everybody, locals and travelers alike.
Winter attractions are also definite reasons to go to Denmark at winter time. Aside form enjoying the white and frosty scenery outside, indoor fun activities in museums and aqua domes never fail to work for families and children. Travelers can opt to go uncomplicated by having picnics on snow, going fishing or even stargazing on the winter sky.