Are you planning a visit to Denmark or maybe just looking for some travel inspiration before you decide where to go? Whether you wish to expand your vacation in Denmark with a Scandinavian tour or to combine Denmark with some other European countries, here are ten reasons why you should definitely include Denmark in your European vacation.
Thinking of a short break in Aarhus? We're here to help you plan a few days in Aarhus, packed with some of Scandinavia's most unique tourist attractions and Danish events you shouldn't miss. Aarhus is the perfect city break destination. It's small and easy to get to know, it's full of photo-worthy sights, like the Iceberg building and Your Rainbow Panorama at the ARos Art Museum.
In Denmark, Christmas is celebrated on Christmas Eve (December 24th), which is probably the most hyggelig day of the year. It’s a day full of busy present-buying, dinner preparations and anticipation! Presents are exchanged and Danish families come together to eat, drink and enjoy a hyggelig evening.
During November and December, Copenhagen Christmas Festival offers more than 100 diverse Christmas events for kids and grown ups. You can have a hyggelig time going on a Christmas guided tour of the beautiful halls and the library at Copenhagen City Hall, including a magnificent view of the city from the city hall tower.
Dancing snowflakes, giant Christmas trees, dainty sugar fairies, the twinkling eyes of a child, waltzing flowers, cheeky mice and with Tchaikovsky’s magnificent music as the golden thread. The Nutcracker is the greatest of ballet classics and no Christmas hygge is complete without it.
A Danish Christmas lunch is a feast that often involves the Danish open-faced sandwiches 'smørrebrød' accompanied with Christmas beer and snaps, a small shot of a strong alcoholic Aquavit usually flavored with spices and herbs. Eating good food in good company, that's hygge!
During December, many of the churches in Copenhagen offer various Christmas concerts. Whether you enjoy Christmas carols, choirs, Santa Lucia candle processions, classical music or gospel, you should be able to find your spot for Christmas hygge