Want to go fishing – but where and how to?

Eating fish is healthy – and delicious too. If you find them expensive – why not have a go at catching your next meal your …

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The Danish Museums are full of child-friendly winter activities

Despair not if you are in Denmark during week 7 with children ready for fun. All of the Danish museums are prepared for your visit. …

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Are you on the look out for events and people to meet in your local area?

If you are already a SoMe expert, you an skip this article. If not, find our short guide on how modern technology quickly can become …

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An unlikely global running club – the Hash House Harriers

“Do you want to exercise a bit more and meet more expats and Danes in less traditional meetings? Then this club is your thing. Age, …

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Family Fun – why Denmark gets it right

It is often said that Denmark is one of the best countries in the world in which to raise children. It offers good childcare at …

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Take a walk up and down the Old King’s Road – an enjoyable excursion

Whatever the weather is like, taking a walk up and down this more than 1.8 km long road, lined with shops and eateries, is a …

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English Language Theatre: The Lover

“Is your lover coming today?” Sarah nonchalantly asks her husband as she leaves for work at the start of the play. The article continues below. …

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Meet Amadeus at the Royal Theatre

A magnificent and mesmerising play performed with eloquence at Copenhagen’s Royal Theatre. Peter Shaffer’s modern classic, Amadeus is being staged by the Director of the …

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Hamburg – the vibrant metropolis right on your doorstep

Do you find the Danish cities too small, and do you miss the buzz of the big city? If so, you don’t have to travel …

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A must-see museum – and worth more than one visit.

In the heart of Copenhagen, a few minutes from the Central Station, you will find the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Ideal for the discerning art critic …

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