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.
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Denmark has a number of specialized venues that allows you to drink coffee with like-minded people, chat with your friends over a cocktail or two or party into the early hours. Here is a guide to some of the best LGBT cafés, bars and nightclubs in Denmark.
The city of Aalborg offers something for everyone, regardless of interests and budget. The ever evolving harbour area buzzes of cultural attractions, including the Utzon Centre, and it's a great place to walk and take in views of the city.
Autumn is a special time in Denmark. This time of year, Denmark goes through a transformation year that can be seen not only in nature but also in the types of events on offer.
At the heart of Denmark
Shopping in Denmark
Discover atmospheric streets and get up close to local culture in Denmark's four fantastic city break destinations. In Aarhus and Aalborg, attractions and natural areas are within walking distance, making both cities easy to get to know on a short break.
Get to know Copenhagen, one of the world's cosiest capital cities, where top sights and attractions are within walking or cycling distance. Explore parts of the city less travelled by visitors, such as the calm and chic Frederiksberg or architectural Amager.
A toast with the gods
'Follow the Vikings' is a collection of ten small educational pieces on Vikings, published in Danish by forlagetepsilon.dk.
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.
The Viking and his ship
When the king died, his ship was towed on land and filled with all his most valued belongings and things that he needed for his last journey to the underworld.
The Viking's last journey
In the Viking age it was tradition to burn the dead. This might seem weird but one explanation is given by the traveler Ibn Fadlan after experiencing the burial of a Viking chief.
All national museums in Denmark have a free access policy for young persons under the age of 18. They are: