Denmark is perfectly located for cruises in and around Scandinavia, the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
Aalborg is bursting with cultural attractions and events, whether you're into music, theatre or art. Domestic as well as international artists regularly hold gigs or exhibitions throughout the city and Aalborg is also home to a flourishing underground art scene.
Nature in Aalborg
Constructed in the second half of the 14th century, Saint Laurence church was the biggest church in the region at the time. By the beginning of the 1600s, sand drifts began to slowly encroach upon the area around the church, finally reaching it in the 18th century.
Skagens Museum features over 1,800 works from Danish and international artists, roughly covering the period from the 1870s to the 1930s.
The wild winds and waves shape the landscape and dictate the lives of both the humans and animals inhabiting the area.
Denmark is a Viking country and for thousands of years, the Vikings where superior at sea and kings of the battle-fields, dominating the culture and history of Northern Europe.
Shopping, sightseeing, eating, partying... you can do it all in 48 hours in Copenhagen.
Stella Polaris Competition
Traditionally the Danish Christmas tree is the common spruce type, also known as Norwegian spruce. In more recent time, the common spruce has made way for the Normann spruce as it lasts a bit longer and results in fewer scattered needles on your living room floor by New Year's Eve.
In the old days it was common to give the animals a special treat on Christmas Eve. It was widely believed that all animals could talk on this special night, and nobody would like the animals to speak ill of you. Today some families continue that tradition.