Will I need an ETIAS or a Schengen Visa?
Denmark is part of both the EU and the Schengen Zone. This means that an ETIAS visa and a Schengen visa will both allow you access to Denmark. However, you should consider the rest of your journey or any likely future journeys when applying. A Schengen visa will only allow you to visit one country on your journey (Denmark). ETIAS will allow you to visit an unlimited amount of EU countries within a 3 year period. However, remember to check if you are eligible for both visas prior to starting an application.
Why should I visit Denmark
Denmark is made up of over 400 islands, one of which contains the elegant capital city of Copenhagen. Copenhagen itself hosts many of Denmark's most famous attractions, including a ferry boat tour that takes you to a statue of The Little Mermaid. The city also boasts many other Hans Christian Anderson related attractions. In addition to that, there is also the city centre amusement park Tivoli gardens. This is the second oldest amusement park in the world and is surrounded by natural and architectural beauty.
Outside Copenhagen, Denmark has a lot to offer in terms of other cities and nature.
Aarhus, Aalborg and Roskilde offer smaller attractions such as the Viking boat museum (Roskilde). Whilst the Oresund Bridge is one of Denmark's most spectacular, and one of many gateways to another nation.