Afternoon tea in the most lovely of rose gardens – a different summer experience

Explore the lovely park and castle of Bernstorff Slot, go back in time in the small and cosy rose garden of Danish Queen Louise, and …

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Checkout the little hunting lodge this summer; the views are spectacular

A special treat is a guided tour of the beautiful royal hunting lodge, The Hermitage, in Dyrehaven. Guided tours are available until the end of …

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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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Denmark’s sunniest destination Bornholm – a Baltic gem

A remote island in the Baltic Sea, 200 kilometres east of Copenhagen it is  described as the sunniest part of the country. Full of quaint …

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Once again a unique event not to miss – the ambassador reception at Fredensborg Castle

The official reception of a foreign country’s highest representative is a very formal event and an ancient tradition. On 6 May it takes place at …

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Candles will grace the windows in Denmark on 4 May at dusk

If you go for a walk as dusk sets in on the evening of 4 May you will see burning candles in many windows. Not …

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Season coming up in a few months – take up SAILING while in Denmark

In a country with 7,314 km of coastline and 406 islands sailing is the obvious choice for a hobby, even for the most committed of …

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Wegner, Denmark’s King of Chairs, was never satisfied!

“If only you could design just one good chair in your life . . . But you simply cannot.” (Hans J. Wegner, 1952). Hans J. Wegner …

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SOUP could be your easy “fast” food alternative until fresh spring vegetables arrive

With the coming cold weekend maybe this is the time to go looking for the quick alternative to your homemade soup? Check out the counter …

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A unique piece of Cold War history: the Danish military bunker and nuclear attack-proof fortress

Deep down in the limestone cliffs of Stevns a secret fortress lies buried. The only access is a vast amount of stairs which lead you …

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