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On Sunday 1 December it is the first of four advent Sundays – is your wreath ready?

If you are new to this Christmas tradition find here a few tips on how to take part by either buying one or making your …

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Nature calls all year round – weather no excuse

Granted the season’s weather does not always invite you outdoors but spending as much time as possible outside in the daylight is important for your …

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Delightful Christmas market 9 and 10 November

If you live in the Copenhagen area, and would like to visit one of the annual Christmas markets outside of Copenhagen, the one which takes …

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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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On a trip to Jutland with your children? LEGO House is worth a visit.

If you always wanted to go to Legoland during the winter, but found out that it was closed, there is a solution: LEGO House! Pictures …

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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 the markets represent a unique opportunity to visit sites otherwise closed to the …

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November

What’s on in November? Find here 16 tips for things to do in Copenhagen and around the country. November is the first of the dark …

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Find a J-DAY bar near you

Friday 1 November is J-day, the Christmas beer day. At exactly 20:59, to be more precis, you can take part in this fun tradition, first …

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Enjoy a Christmas ride with the old steam train

Take your children, young or old, for a great train ride on the old steam train. This year the stream train will make several different …

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Crown Princess Mary to participate at the annual hunt, Hubertusjagten.

It is the picnic of the year and it takes place every first Sunday in November. This year on SUNDAY 3rd November expect a large …

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Were the Americans inspired by a Danish tradition?

Halloween is coming up and for many Anglo-Saxons, it is an important event. Disguised children do the trick or-treat  candy round. Did they “steal” that …

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Time for a bit of Hallowe’en reading – find our best tips here

Pull on your cosiest sweater, light lots of candles, and enjoy the long, dark hyggelige evenings with a good book. The article continues below. By …

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