Look up this afternoon as fighter jets fly over Copenhagen and Zealand

The Danish air force celebrates the 40th anniversary of its F-16 fighter jets in the sky above Denmark. The article continues below. By Bente D. …

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January

What’s on the last weeks of January? Find here a few tips for things to do in Copenhagen January can be a hard month to …

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The Fastelavnsbolle – a must have winter treat

Now is the time to have a great big heavy bun of Danish pastry filled with cream or whipped cream and chocolate icing on top. …

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It helps – to put your CULTURE in perspective – when trying to understand the Danish one

Coming to Denmark as an expat means having to deal with a culture that is not your own, and that can be a puzzling experience …

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Afternoon Tea in Copenhagen

Across from Vesterport Station, around the corner from Tivoli Gardens, is the loveliest spot for a formal afternoon tea in the city. Inside of the …

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Shopping for your daily groceries – how to navigate the maze

Apart from the classic mistake of buying yoghurt instead of milk, getting used to the Danish prices, very high many find, and the general lack …

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The coolest place to hang out? Libraries

Yes, we said libraries. As an expat, English language literature is a must, and as our expat writer found out, the Danish libraries excel in …

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Little Mermaid vandalised

She has had her head cut off, an arm as well, this time she is pulled into the China/Hong Kong issue with Free Hong Kong …

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Looking for places to bash the cat on Fastelavn’s Sunday?

The Carnival season in Denmark is really NOT as big a thing as at our neighbours’ further south – however Danes with children do celebrate …

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The Danish Royals may seem rich but they actually don’t own much

The Danish royal family does not posses a huge fortune – even if they look rich with their castles, classy cars and amazing jewellery. The …

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