1. Insects are not a trend. Yet. Ants are found at quite a few restaurants today, though, and even bee-larva has entered the gastronomy scene.
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How much of an impact has the New Nordic movement had in the UK – if any?
From your perspective, how do Danes perceive themselves?
'Stegt flæsk' - an all time Danish favourite
It is the third edition of the festival, presenting some of the freshest and most vibrant filmmaking talent from the Nordic region.
What is The Legacy all about?
"The mix of contemporary and historic museums and cultural buildings, the waterways, great shopping and wonderful restaurants and cafés have provided the perfect mix for us for a few days away.
Denmark's long summer nights await you
The Danish summer time is truly amazing. With white sandy beaches, cosy villages and everything within easy reach, Denmark is an ideal place for a stress-free, hassle-free summer holiday with family or friends.
Could you be next?
Any possible new competition with JYSK will be announced on this page. Så stay tuned. Until then, don't forget to sign up to the VisitDenmark newsletter, where we announce regular competitions.
Canute the Great (995-1035) is one of the most famous Danish Viking Kings, reigning his great Anglo-Scandinavian kingdom of England (1016-1034), Denmark (1018-1034), Norway (1028-1034) and
The cities of Denmark are ready to welcome you for a true autumn in Denmark experience. Celebrate autumn in Denmark's second city Aarhus, Denmark's oldest town Ribe, in Royal North Sealand or one of the many other wonderful destinations.
A holiday centre in Denmark is almost like a combination of hotel and cottage. You have your own place with bathing and kitchen facilities but there is also a reception, restaurants and a wealth of activity options.
When the British contestants plunge into the task of recreating parts of the Big Cake Table from South Jutland they are also diving into Danish culinary history.
At the heart of Denmark
Shopping in Denmark
A toast with the gods
The Viking Ships
In the Viking age, the easiest way of transportation was by ship and the contact between one end of Denmark to the other was only made possible by ship. The Viking ships also allowed for both trade and war to be expanded to for instance England.