Looking for a reason to visit Denmark in the autumn? Here are 12 reasons why autumn is the best season to visit. (Please note that some of these events might not happen due to the current situation, but we're certain you'll be able to be able to spend your time here productively anyhow.)
Did you know that there are over 70,000 tons of oysters just waiting to be found in the muddy banks of the Wadden Sea? So what are you waiting for? Get yourself to the Oyster Festival on the island of Rømø, where you can go on guided tours or join a masterclass in cooking tasty oysters.
Did you know that Danes love potatoes so much that our autumn break was once also known as the potato holiday because the children had to help out with the harvest? And that's why you can participate in Potato Day around the country, such as at Mosbjerg in North Jutland.