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Spring in Denmark

Why visit Denmark in Spring?

One word: pop. Because that's what Denmark does when Spring arrives. It pops - everything pops! All around you'll see bright colours pop - the pink cherry trees, the neon green beech leaves, the tulips. Even we Danes pop as if out of nowhere, and all of a sudden we fill the streets and hang out on sunlight corners. So, why don't you just pop on over as well?

What to do in Denmark during Spring?

The Queen's 80th birthday

If Copenhagen isn't cute and fairytale-like enough for you, just wait until you watch our Queen ride through its streets with us Danes cheering and congratulating her on her 80th birthday. Trust us, this is one birthday party you'll want to attend!

Embrace your inner Viking

Head to the oldest town in Denmark, Ribe, and meet up with fellow modern Vikings at the International Viking Market.

Hunt for the perfect sun spot

On a sunny spring day, it might be a challenge to find a spot in the sun. Because as soon as the sun is out, we Danes are as well.

A fairytale birthday

Celebrate Denmark's world famous author Hans Christian Andersen in the town where he was born.

Watch Aalborg put on a show

Attend the biggest carnival in Northern Europe where the streets of Aalborg are filled with the sound of rhythmic music and happy people.

Top spots to watch Denmark in full bloom

These wonderful folks from all over have been kind enough to share their pictures of Denmark in full bloom with us. (When you've been, you could be featured here too!)