The Theme Stories of Denmark will help you to understand what differentiates Denmark from other destinations and why Denmark is worth visiting!
The world's happiest people!1/9
A country rich with history2/9
Safe and open for everyone3/9
A country of castles4/9
Home of the world's best restaurant5/9
7,000km of beaches and coast6/9
A cosy yet cosmopolitan capital city7/9
Land of the Vikings8/9
The art of hygge9/9
An open, green and liveable city, Copenhagen is celebrated for its quality of life – for its bicycles, contemporary design and Nordic-centred cuisine.
Denmark’s second-largest city, Aarhus is a historic university town, which in recent years has rapidly evolved with new waterfront developments, museums and a Nordic-inspired culinary scene.
With more than 12,000km of cycle routes and cycle-friendly country lanes. And with gentle terrain and short distances between hotels and attractions, Denmark is a country made for cycling.
Denmark is a very safe, clean and relaxed country to travel in with children. Here you find top 10 kids' attractions for Copenhagen and Denmark
As the only part of Copenhagen’s extensive rustbelt docklands that will not see residential regeneration for the next decade, the shipyard on Refshaleøen is set to transform into the city’s ultimate playground for sports and urban exploring.
Treetop climbing is an exhilarating sport – and a great way to enjoy monkey fun. Denmark is home to a range of treetop climbing centres in scenic woodlands.