The Queen’s horses and the Royal Stables

Being an old Kingdom also means maintaining old traditions such as the upkeep of a royal stable more than 300 years old; a visit a …

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Northern Delights & Santa

As the cold season takes hold, it’s tempting to head south to seek a warmer climate for a winter break. However, for those with a …

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Gløgg – take the shortcut or make your own from scratch

On a cold winter day, a glass of hot glögg  to warm you up is great. If you think Danes only make it from scratch …

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Enjoy a festive Christmas market at a Danish Manor House

Christmas markets at old manor houses in Denmark are great fun and they are a unique opportunity to visit sites otherwise closed to the public. …

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What to send home for Christmas?

This year you may be sending your gifts for family and friends. But what to buy ? You want something that travels easily, is lightweight, …

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Our best tips for spending Thanksgiving in Denmark

The Thanksgiving holiday is just around the corner for North Americans. Although Christmas decorations are up, and jingle bells are ringing in Denmark, for US …

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Sunday 27 November is the first of four advent Sundays – is your wreath ready?

If you are new to this Christmas tradition find a few TIPS on how to make your own wreath. By Bente D. Knudsen An important …

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This season explore the world of ballet – no Danish needed!

Not familiar with ballet? Well, you’re in the right place to be introduced to this royal dance form, as Denmark boasts one of the oldest …

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Black Friday offers will be important this year

Despite being a more recent event imported from the US, Black Friday is a huge success. This year due to large stocks, rebates and offers …

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To bake or to buy? Baking your own Æbleskiver

Maybe you are one for the ready to eat version of this delightful sweet afternoon treat. However, making your own is extremely gratifying as our …

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