Can you feel it? Hear it? Smell it? There's something in the air. Splashes of colour are starting to shoot out of the ground and sprout from the trees. Yep, Spring has sprung!
Nothing beats that feeling of the days getting longer and the weather growing warmer, when you can see the world around you opening up to shiny new possibilities and fresh adventures.
Here in Denmark we love Spring more than most. After a long winter our cities come to life and our landscape transforms into a vibrant palette of beautiful and inspiring hues. We won't lie, it's pretty special.
There's no better time to visit Denmark. Here's the proof as we take a look at things you can see and do in Denmark in Spring.
Hard to explain and even harder to pronounce, 'hygge' describes a sense of cosiness. But there's much more to hygge than that!
If you love outdoor pursuits there are plenty offun outdoor activities in Denmark, from porpoise watching to fossil hunting.
You’ll find clusters of trade and shops dotted around the city, which makes looking for something in particular even easier and brings you around Copenhagen’s neighbourhoods
It may be one of Denmark's oldest cities, but you'll find Aalborg to be young at heart and full of new attractions.
Denmark's third largest city and home to Hans Christian Andersen is a walkable, lovable urban paradise.
Try any of these weird and wonderful things to do in Denmark and see Scandinavia's smallest kingdom from a whole new perspective!