Autumn Holiday = Efterårsferie

The next school holiday is 12-18 October, also known as week 42. Week 42 is always the autumn holiday in Denmark. During October it gets colder and darker, however this autumn season is perfect for a tour in one of the many great forests and for “hygge” indoors with your family. At VisitDenmark you can … Continue reading Autumn Holiday = Efterårsferie

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

Copenhagen Restaurant Series: Aster (vegan café)

Prior to visiting Aster, I read about two of their key values on their website: plant-based nourishment is better for our bodies and being more responsible for the environment. As someone who is trying to eat more plant-based meals for the same reasons, Aster's key values really appealed to me. On a rainy Saturday, I … Continue reading Copenhagen Restaurant Series: Aster (vegan café)

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

Labor Day and Holidays in May-June

The months of May and June are filled with public and non-public holidays. This post will provide you with the overview of them all! If you're looking for a full year overview, don't forget that you can always check out our post on Annual Holidays in Denmark in 2020. May 1: International Worker's Day / Labor … Continue reading Labor Day and Holidays in May-June

Stor Bededag – How to Celebrate it Like a Dane

On Friday the 8th of May we celebrate the Danish national holy day Store Bededag, Great Prayer Day. Great Prayer Day is always be celebrated on the fourth Friday after Easter Sunday. The source for Great Prayer Day can be traced to one man, Hans Bagger, who was a bishop in Roskilde in the late … Continue reading Stor Bededag – How to Celebrate it Like a Dane

Summer in Denmark

Although slightly late, here's our 2019 updated guide for summer in Denmark. We might not be sure to have +25 degrees celcius - but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty of great things to do. We've done our best to make the post as thorough and as versatile as possible, feel free to skip to … Continue reading Summer in Denmark