That picture you're seeing with the colorful houses and boats and the canal... that's made from Legos. You had to look twice, didn't you? All Legos. Except for the water, of course, although we're sure there's a liquid Lego prototype somewhere. Anyway, we'll be straight with you. Unless you're a kid, you're probably not going to travel to to Denmark just to see extravagant Lego set-ups. Which isn't to say that the original Legoland theme park, located in Billund, doesn't have some pretty amazing sites to be seen for all ages. Take Miniland for example, where they've erected detailed Lego versions of all sorts of famous places and cities.
Despite our own hesitations, this is the biggest tourist attraction outside of Copenhagen and can truly fill a full day of exploring the creative uses of Legos. At about $60 per adult, the price is quite steep as well, so if you happen to come between November and March when the park is closed, consider it a sign that you should try kitesurfing at Hvide Sande or walking in the Wadden Sea to the west.