Afternoon tea in the most lovely of rose gardens – a different summer experience

Explore the lovely park and castle of Bernstorff Slot, go back in time in the small and cosy rose garden of Danish Queen Louise, and …

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MINI-GUIDE to JAZZ venues and concerts not to miss

Selecting from more than 1,200 concerts can be a challenge. We are happy to give you our best advice on what not to miss. By …

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Important changes of the S line and the regional train Kystbanen this summer

If you are in Copenhagen during the first two weeks of July, it is worth taking note that the Danish S-train will not have departures …

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Summer in Denmark

“Summertime is definitely the best season of all in Denmark,” I heard one expat say to another. ”It’s really a pity to leave and miss it,” she …

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Travelling the Royal Paths

Arriving for the first time in Denmark and having read that it is a country with the oldest monarchy in Europe, my desire to visit …

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New NORMAL is a huge success

Four years after opening its first retail shop with parallel imported goods in Silkeborg, NORMAL is showing all signs of being a huge success. An …

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Visit stunning Wroclaw, the city of bridges

Poland’s fourth largest city is also one of its most stunning, boasting a range of architectural charms that add to its thriving cultural agenda. With …

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Seaside hotels from the golden days -checkout the Danish BADEHOTELLER

Danish Seaside hotels are really a relic from olden times -as they were built before any consideration was taken concerning coastal protection. They are a …

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UV protection is needed in Denmark from April until September

You might associate the need to protect your skin from the dangerous ultraviolet (UV) rays of the sun with being in a warm and sunny …

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The Danes and Their Bread

Have you ever entered a Danish bakery and felt a bit lost when faced with shelf after shelf of bread and cakes in all shapes, …

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