Hygge During Winter Months in Copenhagen

I could feel it creeping up. I’ve had this feeling since the start of October. I gravitate towards staying at home, make tea, and curl up with a good book. I sigh every time I look out the window, unsure of whether I should bring my umbrella or not. I caught only a fleeting glimpse … Continue reading Hygge During Winter Months in Copenhagen

Join a Club – the Highway into Danish Culture

Denmark is a country with thousands of clubs and associations that all citizens can join no matter where they come from. This is where Danes meet, sharing the same interests or hobbies and if you have common interests, then culture and language become less important. Everyone is welcome to join! Therefore, if you like to … Continue reading Join a Club – the Highway into Danish Culture

Kulturnatten: Culture Night

Join the Culture Night “KULTURNATTEN”, 11 OCTOBER For more than 25 years, Culture Night has been one of Copenhagen’s most well-attended cultural events. When the schools begin their autumn holiday the association Kulturnatten creates a festive evening, where the entire cultural life of the city works together to create joy and inspiration for all of … Continue reading Kulturnatten: Culture Night

Mum & Baby Guide to Copenhagen

Copenhagen is without any doubt a baby-friendly city. Read about the city’s attractions and places that provide you with all you need for you and your baby to relax and enjoy the big city life. In Copenhagen, you can see parents with kids or groups of mums with strollers everywhere. In cafés, food halls, museums … Continue reading Mum & Baby Guide to Copenhagen

Making Denmark Your New Home

Once you have handled all the practicalities, it is time to get to know the city, the culture and meet new people. In this section you can read about: Learning Danish Useful Words and Phrases Childcare and Schools in Denmark Expat Groups and Associations Libraries Your Guide to Danish Food Labels

Residence and Work Permit & CPR Number

Everything starts with the CPR number In order to be able open a bank account, be covered by the Danish health insurance or sign up for free Danish language classes you need a Danish CPR number. To get a CPR number, you need a residence permit and a registered address in Denmark. Below you can … Continue reading Residence and Work Permit & CPR Number