Denmark is regularly placed at the top of the World Happiness Index for its quality of life, city planning and design with people in mind. Why is Denmark so happy? Well, take a look at some of the places that put a smile on our faces, and see if you can figure out why.
The Happiness Museum in Copenhagen is a small museum ready to put a big smile on your face. Created by The Happiness Research Institute, a think tank dedicated to well-being, happiness and quality of life, it is all about what happiness is, how we measure it and what on earth living in the Nordic region has to do with it all.
There's nothing like play to put a smile on your face. And at LEGO House in Billund, there is no shortage of ideas to get you playing around with LEGO. It helps that it's at the heart of LEGOLAND® Billund Resort, a collection of fantastic family attractions, in a city that is known as the Capital of Children.
Imagine the joy of walking inside a rainbow. People in Aarhus don't have to imagine it - they can experience it whenever they want, by walking inside Olafur Eliasson's joyful circular walkway, Your Rainbow Panorama, on top of the ARoS Aarhus Art Museum.
We take pride in our city planning and how it is all designed with people in mind. And we also take that thinking into our countryside design, with sculptural and urban-influenced towers and developments like Camp Adventure's Forest Tower. A walk in the woods leads to a spiral tower and views as far as Sweden - just another way that Denmark's designs can put a smile on your face.
Discover more ways to have fun in Denmark, the Land of Everyday Wonder.