- Wonder at Egeskov Castle, Europe's best preserved Renaissance moat castle
- Explore the cathedral city and birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen, Odense
- Go island hopping in the South Funen Archipelago
- Visit the quaint cobbled town of Ærøskøbing
Apart from being one of the most popular art museums in Denmark, ARoS has now become an even more popular meeting venue for staging gala dinners, product launches, teambuilding events and conferences too.
How does a shaken cocktail of fashion, design, gastronomy, art, music and architecture sound? In Copenhagen you can indulge in just that when the Wondercool festival fills the city and its cultural scene with good vibrations during February.
Rather than just being cold, February is going to be super-cool this year, as the winter festival, Wondercool, launches a programme featuring more than 100 events encompassing food, music, design, architecture, art and fashion.
Koldinghus Castle Ruin is a treat in itself, but it also houses some interesting museums, including one dedicated to Danish silver. Just outside Kolding, you’ll find the Trapholt museum, where you can enjoy contemporary art, handicrafts and design.
Bornholm has a strong tradition of craft artisans, particularly within the fields of glass work and ceramics. You can visit open workshops all over the island and see the artisans in action at places such as Hjorth's Fabrik, Bornholm's Ceramics Museum in Rønne.
Set the stage in Aarhus, the vibrant capital of Jutland. A Viking city by birthright, Aarhus was originally called Ārōs. Aarhus keeps the past very much alive, with the oldest city quarters being some of the most atmospheric, bustling and trend-setting in the city.