The first kilometres seem to be OK. I encounter small winding roads through the fields and I come across some picturesque villages. The Danish TET covers Seeland, the largest East-Denmark-island. The landscape is rather flat and – as an agriculture region – mostly covered with crop fields.
Although the ride is only on tarmac roads, I enjoy the countryside trip. It’s just a great and relaxing trajectory and such a welcome relief after my earlier experience on the German TET. If you are into lively places, pubs, restaurants, crowdy places…you don’t have to be in Denmark. It’s very calm and quiet. But I enjoy it, to the max.