North Zealand’s beaches by train

The local train called, Grisen, is an easy way to reach the magnificent coastline if you don’t own a car. Find our tips here. The …

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Relocating – a challenge.

Are you relocating this summer, either to Denmark, or from Denmark to a new country with your family? Then you will recognise the hardships involved …

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The North Zealand seaside tour

The North Zealand seaside towns are great to visit. Report from a day trip to the amazing coastline and small sleepy seaside towns only 65 …

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My favourite cycling route through Copenhagen

When I first moved to Copenhagen 30 years ago, cycling along the lakes, “Søerne”, on the non-traffic side, was not allowed. We did it anyway, …

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Smørrebrød – a quintessentially Danish delicacy

Are you new to the world of smørrebrød or do you just find them a bit daunting? We have sampled some of the best eateries …

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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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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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Koldskål with kammerjunkere – a summer delicacy

There is nothing more Danish than enjoying a bowl of koldskål with kammerjunkere in the summer. The article continues below. By Susanne Simmons Kee As …

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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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