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Ever considered renting a bike during your visit to Copenhagen?

Would you had been a good sailer in the old days? 

Hop on board and find out! Learn how to sail a real schooner.

Get in touch with the Danish nature and enjoy the cultural historical experience of an old sail-carrying freighter.

How well would you have pulled off being a Viking? Now you have the chance to find out - or at least a chance to sail just like the Vikings did. Do you wish to sail a Viking ship?

In Denmark, "smørrebrød" is a classic! Give your delegates an authentic experience and let them learn how to build their own Danish sandwich.

Purpose

Give delegates a chance to network

Add local spice to your event

Book a Danish "Pølsevogn".

Instead of having a traditional conference lunch, how about trying something really Danish?  Give your delegates an authentic experience by booking a private sausage wagon  – the longest living fastfood tradition in Denmark.

Become the next Carl Jacobsen – the founder of the Carlsberg brewery!

Take your delegates on a stroll through some of Denmark's beautiful gardens.

Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen

The Danish people descended from the Vikings. So why not let your meeting be inspired by Denmark's Viking heritage?

With a history of 55 monarchs since the 8th century, the Danish monarchy is one of the oldest monarchies in the world.

Why not give your delegates a fairy-tale experience in Denmark? Host your event in one of Denmark’s many castles and walk in the footsteps of Hans Christian Andersen, the Danish fairy-tale writer.

To meet or not to meet. That is the question.

Follow in the footsteps of Danish royalty as you take a tour through the majestic castles of Denmark. Give your delegates a unique experience with a visit to Amalienborg Castle - the current residence of the Danish Royal family. 

Follow in the footsteps of Danish royalty as you take a tour through the majestic castles of Denmark. Give your delegates a unique experience with a visit to Amalienborg Castle - the current residence of the Danish Royal family. 

If you are between 200-1.000 people and have organized or attended a conference in town, then proceed to the historical Circus Building in the heart of Copenhagen for an exquisite conference dinner in the company of Wallmans’ professional entertainers.

History fills the silent reading rooms, the old files, the hidden nooks and the precious collections. Both underground and above the water experiences await. Denmark's old Royal Library is a true treasure trove of magic, knowledge, and enchanting experiences in art and culture.

Placed right in central Copenhagen is the free town of Christiania. Even though it is surrounded by the Copenhagen everyday-life, Christiania is completely independent of the Danish government with its own rules and way of life.

Stay in fascinating design hotels and bring home inspiring design ideas for your home by visiting Danish design museums and exhibitions.

You might already know the Danish designer brands LEGO, Georg Jensen, Arne Jacobsen furniture, Fritz Hansen furniture and Bang & Olufsen.

"From ground to table" has become a growing expression in Denmark. Danes are very conscious about sustainable living and particularly eating organic produce, which has increased by leaps and bounds over the last few years.

Why not encourage your delegates to act sustainably by giving them a sustainable experience in Denmark? Stay in modern sustainable hotels, dine in organic food restaurants and use sustainable modes of transportation, including bicycles, segways or walking.

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