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Summer in Denmark with great beaches and top water quality

A Danish summer day can be really beautiful, and with an early sunrise and late sunset, a summer day seems endlessly long. Find inspiration in …

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Sankt Hans is possible again with multiple public events

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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Pilot strikewarning can take effect in two weeks SAS pilot union warns today

Without an agreement for new work conditions, since 1 April 2022 SAS pilots have been working without an agreement as the former one ran out, …

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Royal Salute when DANNEBROG celebrates her 90th birthday in Copenhagen Harbour

On 25th May, a grand old lady celebrates 90 years of travelling with the royal family. Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary …

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Copenhagen Airport warns: Pressure high until 1 June, arrive in good time

In an unusual press release, Copenhagen Airport encourages travellers to arrive early to be sure to catch their flight. The article continues below By Bente …

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A one day trip to Aarhus? Try the seaplane – it flies between Copenhagen Habour and Aarhus Harbour

After several years with high prices, special offers on select flights are available this year. The barely a one-hour flight from harbour to harbour where …

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How to choose a school away from “home”

When you move to a new country once again, or leave your home country for the first time, and you bring along children, one of …

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Once again a unique event not to miss – the ambassador reception at Fredensborg Castle

The official reception of a foreign country’s highest representative is a very formal event and an ancient tradition. On 6 May it takes place at …

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Big “howling day” coming up on 4 May – thankfully no need to worry

The testing of the howling sirens is an annually recurring event, taking place on the first Wednesday in May at 12:00. A reminder of what to …

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Candles will grace the windows in Denmark on 4 May at dusk

If you go for a walk as dusk sets in on the evening of 4 May you will see burning candles in many windows. Not …

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Danish Police warns the public looking to find an affordable rental against FAKE LANDLORDS

Finding an affordable accommodation is difficult in many cities in Denmark and unfortunately, fake landlords and swindlers are (again) just waiting to deceive those looking …

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The blossoms have bloomed early this year – ahead of Japanese cherry tree festival

Do not miss out on the most amazing and spectacular sight the Japanese Sakura Festival in Denmark at Langelinie along the harbour front of Copenhagen …

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