Transfers in Billund

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Image by bobbsled from flickr 

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Now you can also hire MiniBus &
Coach/Bus with driver across Europe.

A town cradled in the centre of Denmark, Billund is a city that can captivate you in a whirlwind of nostalgic emotions. A city laced with innumerable sculptures to take you to the days of rich ancient art and architecture, Billund boasts of, "Legoland Billund", which is the first Legoland theme park. 

Legoland, Billund    |        Image by bobbsled from flickr

Billund is an agreeable town, cherished for its warmth, and homely countenance, proving to be a paradise for the adherents of peace and solitude. A town that can calm your nerves, and take you beyond the mere materialism of the world - that's what Billund is!



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Legoland castle hotel        |        Image by Brickset from flickr

Apart from a chance, to embrace your inner child in the Lego factory, Billund offers its tourists, a rich countryside surrounded by cosy pub-style restaurants where, after a long day of exploration and fun, you can wind up, snug as a bug in a rug! If you are hitting the central Billund, you can try some open-faced sandwiches, smoked salmon, and a lot more exotic dishes! If you are not on a time crunch, try the avant-garde restaurant at the Lego house - a tinge of playfulness and delectable food will leave you drooling for more!

Billund, a city that has long been a part of the Grove Church, was originally known as, "Byllundt", and was only named, "Billund" in 1510. Ole Kirk Christiansen - the man who is credited for the major tourist attraction in Billund - founded the Lego Group in 1932, and thereby, contributed not only to the economic growth but also to the global significance of the city.

Billund is a city that will embrace your soul! From a dedicated sculpture park to Lalandia Sand Gallery, Billund is capable of catering to the taste of every travel bug!

What are you waiting for? 

Get those bags packed, and hit this exotic city in the summertime, which is from March to September; as they say, "one must maintain a little bit of summer, even in the winters".