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Beware of FAKE LANDLORDS

Getting cheap accommodation is difficult, and unfortunately, many fake landlords and swindlers are (again) just waiting to deceive the young students. By Bente D. Knudsen …

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Packaging deposit system expanded to include also juice and lemonade bottles

As of 1 July 2019, take note whether there is a deposit brand on bottles, which were not previously part of the” pant” system, the …

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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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The fourth largest city in Denmark – Roskilde Festival

Renowned Roskilde festival attracts 130,000 guests making it, in Danish terms, one of the country’s largest cities. All run by volunteers! The article continues below. …

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Important TIP – pay in local currency when travelling

If you have a Danish credit card or a combined Dankort/Visa card from your Danish bank –it can be tempting to choose the Danish currency …

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It’s that time again – the JAZZ festival time

Despite its American origins, jazz has an amazing long standing and strong profile in Denmark and the Copenhagen Jazz Festival, one of Europe’s largest and …

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Danish minority government: Here is what they want to do

Outcome of the elections: A minority social democratic government headed by Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen. Today she will be appointed by the Danish Queen, and …

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NEW Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen. Who is she?

Denmark’s next prime minister is Mette Frederiksen from the Social Democrats. On 26 June 2019, she will visit the Queen and officially be appointed as …

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Currency, creditcards and the euro;when and where in Europe?

Traveling around Europe can be amazing. It can also be confusing; so many different countries and currencies. Find here our short guide to help you …

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A spectacular sight today when Dannebrog flies the Danish sky

If you look up at the sound of an F-16 fighter jet, you will see a new amazing one, covered in the colours of Danneborg, …

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Danish tradition of burning the witch at Sankt Hans

If you ask Danes, why they celebrate Sankt Hans, you’ll likely hear it’s an old Danish tradition. However, as with many traditions in Denmark, the …

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Five things your Graduate Won’t Tell you about their Cap (Studenterhue) and a bit of Cap History

It’s that time of the year again – streets full of trucks or horse-drawn carriages full of students and loud music, parading through the streets …

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