Setting up your own business in Denmark – our quick guide

Our guide to getting started will walk you through the steps required, so you never know – the next big thing in Danish business could …

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EXPAT CHILDREN: WHAT IT’S LIKE TO GROW UP ROOTLESS

Interview with psychologist and founder of Global Children, Anita Mayntzhusen. Be inspired to help your own children by her findings and insights from her study of …

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What’s up with this FLAG the Danes always are WAVING?

No occasion is better to understand the Danes’ fascination with their flag than at the Royal Family’s birthdays or an important football match. But what …

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Check out Sam’s Island – a little piece of the best of Denmark

Sam’s island , Samsø, is known as a wonderful tourist destination – and for its many locally produced fruit and vegetables – all of which …

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Shopping in Hamburg

Hamburg- the vibrant metropolis right on your doorstep By Bente D. Knudsen Do you find the Danish cities too small, and do you miss the …

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Season about to start – take up SAILING while in Denmark

In a country with 7,314 km of coastline and 406 islands, where you are never far from the sea, sailing is the obvious choice for …

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Danish HYGGE – even Danes don’t realise that, surprisingly, it is not about the candles

Put candles on the table, in the windowsill, and a couple elsewhere in your room. Buy candy, snacks, wine or beer, invite some friends, and …

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Take Your Garden Furniture out on Sunday

Do you find it hard to remember if you are to put the clock forward an hour or back an hour? Then just use this …

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BELGIAN KING ANG QUEEN’s visit means lots of horses around in COPENHAGEN next week

A state visit is an important event for the Queen’s Royal Mounted Guards and they are a grand sight in the streets of Copenhagen. While …

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TREAT YOURSELF TO DANISH CAVIAR – STENBIDERROGN

Danish caviar, Stenbiderrogn, is a real treat and a small luxury Danes enjoy in the early spring. March is usually the high season, so now …

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