The old railroad on Amager in Copenhagen

Sustainable travel in Denmark

Bäume im Mols Bjerge Nationalpark, Dänemark

The joy of going green

We like to have fun here in Denmark, even when it comes to serious topics like sustainability. We don't believe leading a sustainable life means you have to sacrifice having a good time. Read on to see just how much fun you can have going green in Denmark.

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Stay in the great outdoors

Getting the basics right

Plan your trip the greenest way possible with our links to hotels, restaurants and transport that have the green seal of approval. It's actually harder to make a decision that's bad for the environment than a good one!

Two people on the Green Kayak

Adventurous and good for the planet

Inspirational and sustainable

Some other ideas to help on your journey to sustainability with a side order of fun: Take long trips rather than short breaks. Travel slowly. Pack less. Buy less. Spend time in nature. Come camping in Denmark. And explore a few of these great ideas too...

Thomas Dambo's troll Kaptajn Nalle

Don't miss the trolls!

Why not travel in the off season?

Our peak season for travel is June and July, so if you plan a trip here at any other time of year, you'll be making a difference.

Cherry Blossoms Bispebjerg Cemetery, Copenhagen
Spring

Spring

Heartland Festival at Egeskov Castle Denmark
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Summer

Black Sun at the Wadden Sea National Park
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Autumn

A wintry road in Fjerritslev, North Jutland
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Winter

How green can you go?

Consider this a challenge from us to you...

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