No matter if it’s summer, winter, Christmas or Easter, Tivoli in Denmark has a way of creating the perfect atmosphere to get you in the right mood for each season. Halloween is no exception!
In 2016 the Danish expression hygge almost got chosen as word of the year by Oxford Dictionaries. Even though it didn’t make it to the final it is still a word that has sparked a buzz the last couple of years, where Denmark has also ranked among the happiest countries. A theory is that hygge is one of the reasons for this. Here is a quick guide for you who wants to experience Danish hygge when visiting Copenhagen.
It is that time of year again, where people flock to experience the blooming of the cherry trees. And no wonder - there is something magical about standing under a pink cloud of cherry blossoms. The cherry tree or sakura in Japanese, has a long tradition within Japanese culture and the last couple of years, this has spread to Copenhagen as well.
Denmark’s capital has endless of opportunities to do in a day. But if you want to do as the locals on a spring day, just follow this simple guide and you will fit right in.
If you have made a “to see” list before visiting Denmark’s capital, a safe bet on the list are probably the famous Little Mermaid and a pit stop in Nyhavn to take a photo of the colorful houses.
But, did you know that Nyhavn is not the only colorful photogenic façade in the city?
There are countless of cities in the world that are worth a visit, but if you should just pick one to explore in 2019, Copenhagen is the place! Lonely Planet, one of the most iconic travel guides in the world, named Denmark’s capital ‘Best in Travel 2019’ and we completely agree!
From the first glance, Copenhagen might seem like any other capital, small but packed with classic attractions. However, a lot is happening to make this city flourish. From the delicious food scene to sustainability initiatives all combine in a city with old historic roots.