Set in the 1920's Copenhagen, The Danish Girl tells the incredible story of the Danish artist couple Einar and Gerda Wegener.
Hygge is a big part of Danish culture, and you often hear Danes referring to the special feel of wamth and togetherness.
Need some tips on what to do on your weekend break to Denmark? We have collected the 10 best guides with ideas of exciting and beautiful places to visit, attractions to see and things worth exploring further.
Get struck by Cupid’s arrow in Denmark and take your loved one on a dreamy weekend break to Denmark. Get ready to be seduced by world-class Danish gastronomy, charmed by old cities and captivated by beautiful coastline sunsets.
The road from farm to fork is short in the East of Denmark and you can taste this freshness at farm shops and specialist producers across the region.
With this guide to gastronomic experiences in North Denmark, you can delve deeper into the culture and landscape of this dynamic part of Denmark and taste some of Denmark's best local raw ingredients.
Fancy trying Denmark’s best duck? Or tasting cheese right where it’s produced? Then the Limfjord area is a good fit for you. This part of Denmark is famed for its seafood and you can pick up fresh fish and seafood at the fish market in Thyborøn or oysters at Glyngøre.
The island of Funen has plenty of excellent foods and Danes celebrate the delicious local produce with food festivals. From May through October, there is plenty of opportunity to get a taste of Funen – whether they are composed of vegetables, cheese, fruit, beer, or chocolate.
The Danish Lakelands on Denmark's Jutland peninsula and close to Billund Airport is an extraordinary place where impressive forests, tranquil lakes, wild coasts, charming towns and lots of warm-heartedness takes you in to a world of good old Danish values, where intimacy, natural resources and c
Good food feeds the soul, and Royal North Sealand, just 30 minutes north of Copenhagen, offers a wealth of culinary treats spiced with cultural experiences and excursions in stunning natural surroundings.
Denmark boasts 4700 miles of coastline and you are never more than 30 miles from the sea. Whether you choose to visit Denmark in summer or winter, the sea is often a part of your holiday. Even more so if you choose to experience some of Denmark’s many islands.