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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

Make your own Christmas confectioneries to experience Christmas hygge

A very popular Christmas hygge tradition in demark is to make your own Christmas confectioneries with nougat, marzipan and chocolate. It is a time for friends and family to connect and be creative. And the best part: you can eat what you make. 

Ice Skating is a great way to experience Christmas hygge.

Whether you are an ice skating rookie or pro, we recommend that you put on the ice skates and have a hyggelig time at the ice rink at Frederiksberg Runddel, by the entrance to Frederiksberg Garden.

Enjoy Christmas hygge while making your own Christmas ornaments

At Juleboden in Tivoli Gardens you can design your own personal Christmas ornament by engraving a picture of yourself or a loved one.

Danish gløgg will keep you warm and create a hyggelig atmosphere.

We recommend that you can keep warm with a cup of Gløgg from Gløggkompagniet while you enjoy the magical Christmas lights at Tivoli Gardens. Here, you and your friends can hygge with all different kinds of Gløgg including new special H.C. Andersen Gløgg.

Hygge at a Christmas market

During the Christmas season, Copenhagen and the rest of Denmark is filled with magical Christmas markets

christmas hygge

One of the most commonly-used words in Denmark has no English translation. Hygge, pronounced hoo-ga, is often translated as coziness. But to the Danes, hygge means a lot more than that.

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It's December, and the holiday spirit is sweeping through Copenhagen! Here is a small selection of the many events you can experience this month during the city's festival, Copenhagen Christmas.

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No matter what month it is, you'll find captivating events to entertain and thrill you in 2016. The winter and autumn months are a perfect time to check out Denmark's world-class museums. During the spring and summer, there are plenty of outdoor festivals and music events. 

Set in Copenhagen in 1926, The Danish Girl tells the remarkable story of the Danish artist couple Einar and Gerda Wegener.

A different side of #Copenhagen 

Paperboyo visits Copenhagen

Something's entering stage right in the state of Denmark.

The travel bug bit Jason Hort at an early age.

"I had an ambition to travel and see the world when I was a kid, and it's never gone away," says the financial manager from the UK, who goes by the tag @serialtourist on Instagram.

According to Jason Hort, Denmark's charm lies in its variety of sights and experiences. The financial manager from the UK has visited Denmark about a dozen times over the years.

Located just a 30-minute train ride from Copenhagen, Skjoldungernes Land was created to preserve the rich natural areas that border Roskilde Fjord.

Some are jogging across the new Circle Bridge designed by Olafur Eliasson. Others are biking it. Latte-drinking parents push their prams across, and stock traders take a break on it.

Understated #70s cool

Backstage from the Bruuns Bazaar show.

The quality assessment mark Bed+Bike shows you the way to bicycle-friendly accommodation throughout Denmark. Follow the blue Bed+Bike sign, and you you no longer need to worry about, whether you can put your bike in a locked shed, get your tires pumped, or borrow tools for any repairs.

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