When September rolls around it is always bittersweet. We have waved goodbye to Summer and the nights are definitely drawing in.
But nothing beats that crackle of an open fire, cocoa by candlight and embracing the multi-coloured beauty of a crisp walk through the forest on an Autumn day. There's only one way to describe it: pure, unadulterated hygge!
Autumn is the prefect time to visit Denmark. It is still mild enough to enjoy being outside but there is a freshness in the air, particularly welcome after the long hot spell we've just enjoyed, it was a blast bathing in the sun, but seasons change and so do we. Let's embrace it!
Hearty food to nourish your soul, exciting activities to invigorate your mind and vibrant nature to stimulate your senses, that's why we love this time of year.
So, to paraphrase a certain singing nun named Maria, these are just a few of our favourite things to see and do in Denmark in Autumn.
Should you bump into a rainy day in Copenhagen, fear not. There are plenty of indoor places to explore. Take in the royal castles, top museums and much more.
You don't have to go to Denmark to make your life more hygge
Besides being one of the world’s oldest amusement parks, Tivoli is a lush, beautiful garden with thousands of colourful lights that illuminate to create a magical atmosphere.
Visit one of Denmark's seven Wolrd Heritage Sites.
LEGOLAND® features more than 60 million LEGO bricks and is filled with WOW! for the entire family.
Denmark's not all fine dining and sumptuous hotels! There's free fun to be had in Copenhagen and around Denmark. Here's our pick of unique Danish experiences that won't cost you a thing!