How to spend New Year's Day in Denmark
For obvious reasons, New Year’s Day is a quiet day across Denmark. January 1 is a public holiday in Denmark, so many shops and most museums and attractions are closed. If you’re staying somewhere self-catering, know that supermarkets are typically closed.
When you finally wake from your long and well-deserved sleep, either carry on the party, take a walk in the fresh new year air, or dive into some more hygge at home.