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Hotels in denmark, Hotel Oasia

Enjoy a getaway to Aarhus’ designer hotel in highend Scandinavian style – the guest comes first and quality is in focus.

The home of fairy-tale romance

New Year's Eve in Copenhagen

A Royal Affair (2012)

Gay Copenhagen

Denmark has long been a tolerant and relaxed country for both the Danish and international LGBT communities.

Read our country-specific terms and conditions

1. The Scandinavia Show competition is not open to employees of VisitDenmark or any agency connected with this competition

2. All entrants must be residents in the UK aged 18 or over

3. Only one entry per person is allowed, no multiple or third party entries

Denmark is perfectly located for cruises in and around Scandinavia, the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.

VisitDenmark (Head office)

Islands Brygge 43, 3.
DK-2300 Copenhagen S

Tel: (+45) 32 88 99 00
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The Viking age

The Viking age is generally accepted to have lasted from the first Viking raid on the Lindisfarne monastery in Northern England in 793 to the decisive Battle of Hastings in 1066. 

48 hours in Copenhagen

Shopping, sightseeing, eating, partying... you can do it all in 48 hours in Copenhagen.

Getting to Copenhagen

Copenhagen Airport is modern and quick, and best of all, you can go from airport arrivals to the centre of town in less than 15 minutes!

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Practical information Denmark Chrsitmas

Public holidays during the Christmas period

During the Christmas period, Denmark observes national public holidays on 25 and 26 December, as well as 1 January.

Danish hygge

Hygge is as Danish as pork roast and cold beer and it goes far in illuminating the Danish soul. In essence, hygge means creating a nice, warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with good people around you. The warm glow of candlelight is hygge.

Bringing home the Danish Christmas tree

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.


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