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Denmark’s coastal wilderness!
A region packed with attractions, from castles, flower gardens and ancient church frescos to wildlife parks and amusements.
Three specialists focusing on subjects who influence the way we should design our meetings in the future will give you a short and concise insight into their field of expertise. The opening session will give you the newest knowledge on the three topics served in an innovative and illustrative format which we believe will be an inspiration in itself, and will inspire you to see new opportunities in how to convey an effective message in a different and fun way.
According to the city’s climate strategy Copenhagen is to be the world's first CO2 neutral capital by 2025 and this has the full support of the Copenhageners as a green vibe flows through every corner of the city. Whether you are looking to eat, drink, shop or sleep with a clear conscience, Copenhagen has an eco-friendly option for you.
American gastro and travel magazine Bon Appetit is blown away by 'food that is as dramatic as the setting' and rates Dragsholm Castle one of the 'Best Food Lover's Hotels 2014'.
Looking for a weekend away in a unique and intimate setting? Then try a few nights in one of Denmark's historic country inns (kroer). Denmark has over 100 inns with a royal privilege; a special distinction going back more than 700 years. In 1286, King Erik Klipping was weary of looking for lodgings when he travelled Denmark. By royal decree, he ordered that inns with food and lodgings fit for a king be established every mile around Denmark. You can still stay in many of these original inns (kongelige priviligerede kroer), including Denmark's oldest inn, Bromølle Kro, founded in 1198.