Lonely Planet is my guide book of choice, and this compact but useful guide to Denmark is no exception. There is plenty of information on Copenhagen and surrounding areas - I didn't travel further afield so can't comment on the rest. The information is accurate and up to date and I actually agreed with most of the reviews - not something I always do with LP authors. It's well laid out and easy to find what you need, with maps that I actually managed to use without getting lost (quite an achievement on the part of the book). As with all LP guides, it gives a good balance of comprehensive coverage, practical information, and background on history, culture etc. There's a simple language guide at the back though everyone I encountered spoke perfect English. There could perhaps be a little bit more travel info for those using public transport - though in a country where information in English is easily available this isn't a big problem. The 'greendex' at the back - which looks to be a regular feature of newer LP guides - is good for travellers trying to be more eco-friendly. My main criticism would be the lack of colour photos, but since it has everything else a traveller needs, I'd go for this over a picture-heavy, text-light book any day.