How to “hygge” with the Danes

Meet the Danes
- some of the happies people in the world

Denmark is the smallest of the Scandinavian countries with the mildest nature. No mountains, only green hills, making it easy to get around and therefore an ideal destination for independent travelers of all ages. We tailor package tours for your customers – independent as well as groups – throughout Denmark. By coach, train, car or even bicycle.

Welcome to the land of hygge

Although blue seas and beautiful beaches surround the 443 Danish islands, the main attraction in Denmark is probably the happy-go-lucky way of life. Hygge, as it’s called – is a defining word in Danish culture, impossible to translate, but cozy and contentedness comes close.

With no natural resources, Danes have always lived on their own ingenuity and creativity. There is a straight line from H.C. Andersen’s fairytales to today’s many award-winning movies and TV shows, world-class gastronomy, architecture and innovative design. Who do you think invented LEGO?

When you go north to Skagen, you’ll experience the most beautiful soft summer light – eternalized by the famous Skagen painters. The west coast is one long sandy beach with cliffs and dunes. The rest is hygge – in landscapes, in villages, country inns, romantic castles and charming cities such as Odense, Aarhus and Aalborg.


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  • Capital: Copenhagen, an 850-year-old city and still very much alive 24/7.
  • Tivoli Gardens, the little mermaid, Louisiana Museum of contemporary art and The Castle of Kronborg are popular sights.
  • Easy to get around by bike, bus or Metro.
  • Denmark is a constitutional monarchy. Population: 5,750 mill.
  • The Danes use krone, DKK. Euros are widely accepted.
  • Summers are warm but seldom hot. Winters are mild.

Have a look at our tailor-made tours in Denmark – for groups as well as individual travelers:


5 days, 4 nights

Welcome to Denmark and a charming tour in a beautiful capital.

The day starts with a 2 hour walk through Copenhagen, past the Royal Palaces of Amaliaborg, the Nyhavn Canal and Christianborg Palace (the parliament) and into the old, medieval city centre.


Tour by train. 5 days, 4 nights

This is your chance to explore three charming cities of Denmark in just a few days!

You will also have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful, green Danish countryside, whilst relaxing by train between cities.

Drive through Denmark

Self drive tour. 5 days, 4 nights

Drive through the beautiful rolling green landscape of Denmark.

Take time to enjoy the views – both near and far. Stop at some of the highlights of Danish history and culture and don’t miss a visit to one of the many attractive small Islands, Ærø.

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