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Where fairy tales are very much alive from its literacy legacy to its textbook castles, Denmark is a place where most citizens feel content with its quality of life, blockbuster dining and design, and a cheerful emphasis on hygge. As old-fashioned charm embraces the most avowedly forward-looking design and social developments, enjoy Danish design philosophy towards fashion, food, architecture, furniture and art.

Destination in a Nutshell

42,951 km²


5.831 million




Quick Facts

  • Denmark has been named the world's happiest country on numerous occasions.

  • “Hygge” is a word for that cosy feeling of togetherness.

  • Known for its biking culture, Denmark does not have mountains, so biking is never uphill.

  • Denmark has 444 islands, but only 76 of them are inhabited

  • Currency: Danish Krone

  • Language: Danish

  • Time zone: GMT +2

Best Time to Visit:

Shoulder Season: March to May and September to October
  • With chillier weather, weather in late spring and early autumn gets a bit chilly.

  • Recommended for cyclists looking for quiet roads but reasonable temperatures.

High Season: June to August
  • These months are when the sun is shining at its brightest when temperatures hit around 22◦C and there can be as many as 19 hours of daylight.

  • Denmark comes to live with sidewalk cafes, festivals, and tourists.

Low Season: November to March
  • Winter can be as cold as -1◦C and feels colder with wind chill although price is at its lowest. There’s also only a few hours of daylight each day, so sightseeing time is restricted.

  • Christmas is a fun time with Christmas meals, Christmas market, and seasonal festivities.


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