22 weird and wonderful things to do
How about skiing off the top of a power station? Or walking gently up through the forest canopy for views across the land? You can in Denmark!
Denmark's borders are currently closed to foreign visitors, and will remain so until at least the 14th April 2020, in an attempt to control the spread of the coronavirus. Read our updated information here.
You can't come to us, so we're coming to you. Come on in, and discover recipes, TV shows, livestreams of Danish nature waking up to spring and plenty of hygge, to help us all get through this difficult time.
Welcome to Denmark! We've put heart and soul, hygge and a little of the wonderful Danish everyday into this website, so you can see for yourself how we Danes do life and holidays. Because we are (in case you didn't know) some of the happiest people in the world. And we just want you to be happy too.
Meet Kjeld, an ordinary Dane from the rugged North of Denmark with an extraordinary job to do. In 2019 the local bricklayer was given the mighty job of moving one of Denmark's biggest wonders; the lighthouse at Rubjerg Knude.
Small is beautiful, especially when it comes to our Danish cities. And because our four biggest ones are cosy and easy to explore, they're great places to get up close to Danes in their natural habitats!
Wow. This is one of the most-searched phrases about Denmark. So we can see we have a bit of work to do. But that’s fine! We can absolutely start with the basics...
No, you can't use euros here. Yes, we do get nice warm summers. And yes, we do have pictures to prove we get nice warm summers. All your Denmark questions answered!
And it's not because we don't have any. (Although we really don't have any.) It's because our natural wonders are right here, ready to leap into and explore.
Think of this next bit as a little look book of Denmark, made by Danes and visitors on their own voyages of everyday discovery!