Food is an important part of a good holiday, and even though you are getting around by bike you can still get the wonderful taste of Denmark. Let us do the preparations for your dinner, or explore the Danish food traditions on your own, and be sure to taste the regional specialties wherever you go.
When you book one of Memory Tours cycling holidays in Denmark, you can also book half board, if you want to have dinner in the hotel where you stay for the night. This is a both comfortable and popular solution, but is it also possible for you to make arrangements with the hotels yourself or find a nice restaurant on stroll around the cosy towns.
Many Danish restaurants are internationally recognised for their good taste, and Nordic food traditions have grown very popular in recent years. The food products and meals in the hotels are high quality and generally healthy, and the water from taps are always drinkable.
Breakfast is always included in your accommodation and all the hotels serve a rich buffet of international standard.
There are plenty of ways to get lunch. Find small places on the route, where you can eat or buy lunch, or visit a local supermarket to buy bread, cold cuts or cheese, fruit and beverages. Then pick the perfect spot for your lunch break and have picnic in the most incredible setting. It is your choice. sildenafil citrate 20mg cost
When you cycle near the cost, you will normally find a snack bar in the little harbours on your route. viagra bez recepty
Sometimes you can also decide to combine a break with a visit of a special place. E.g. on the Mid Zealand route, you can visit the beautiful Gisselfeld Castle. viagra russian group 2012
In bigger towns supermarkets are easily found, and if you are opting for the self-made picnic it might be a good idea to load the bike with treats for your lunch. That way you are ready for the lunch break whenever you want.